Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Guilt-free pleasures

It's nonsense to applaud acts such as Borat and Little Britain for being 'non-PC', says Stewart Lee in The Guardian.
There's a vast difference between the casual, inadvertent offence prevalent in my childhood and the choices made today by performers and writers of my generation, operating in a post-PC world, where they are aware of the power and meaning of the taboos they choose to break.

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