Thursday, January 3, 2008

Why are there no right-wing plays?


Because you haven't fucking well written and staged them, you dumb fucks.

That is all.

PS - Why are there not more plays challenging the "left-liberal consensus"?

Because, according to you, it's a fucking consensus.

That is actually all.


wilko said...


Andrew Field said...

"... guys like us, we don't pay attention to the polls. We know that polls are just a collection of statistics that reflect what people are thinking in "reality." And reality has a well-known liberal bias."

Cleverer, funnier, betterrer things can be found here..oh really said...

No it was - here are some examples of mainstream concerns that are being apparently overlooked by today's playwrights, is that because there's a liberal consensus in theatre, let's ask some directors for their views, some say yes, some say no - who's the dumb fuck. you, i suggest

alexf said...

Hey anon,

"Why do so few of today's plays challenge the Left-liberal consensus? Dominic Cavendish talks politics with three artistic directors"

That's the tag line on the article i link to. So it was, quite literally, "Why do so few of today's plays challenge the left-liberal consensus?" So when you say "No" you are quite literally and exactly wrong. Whoops!

Oh, and point of inormation you big anonymous hero you, the "cleverer funnier betterrer" you attempt to get all sarcastic with points outward, to the a list of other places on this here interweb you might want to look. So unless you're saying that there's nothing cleverer than this blog on the internet, you've kinda fucked that one up and look kinda stupid. Whoops!

Whos the dumb fuck? Here's a clue: it's the one who jumps into an argument without understanding what all the big (and little) words mean.

But bless you for trying.