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John Hinckley Jr.
By John Aparicio

In today’s society, we live in a world where people that think that it is ok to make fun of individuals who are different than what they consider to be normal. What is normal? Many people have their own perception of what normal should be. There may be people who may think that is ok to spank their children, because they may have been spanked when they were younger. However, one who has not been spanked may find that as a form cruelty. In more ways than one, it is all in the way that people perceive things.

I do believe that the parents of John Hinckley Jr. do have a valid point for feeling the way they do about Robin William’s jokes about him or the crazies. However, I have mixed feelings about the situation. I understand both John Hinckley’s parents as well as Robin William’s perspective. John Hinckley Jr. attempted to commit a serious act of violence against Ronald Reagan (the former President of the United States), so in the minds of the parents they are attempting to protect him… Comedians will use ANYTHING to get the audience to laugh. I will now explain my reasoning for understanding both parties.

Many of the jokes that comedians say are somewhat wildly entertaining but they can also be very outrageous and ignorant. The main goal of the comedian is assure that the people who come to his/her show get what they pay for, and they are going there to be entertained. Comedians are very offensive, they tell offensive jokes but there are some people who find that art form entertaining. People do not go to a Joe Rogan show to listen to him talk about how his day was; they go because he will most likely tell an extremely funny and offensive joke. To a comedian though, this is just an art form and a way of expressing themselves and getting paid for it. At the end of the day, everything that a comedian says is just for…...

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