"The problem with Seth MacFarlane’s humor, as always, is that he’s almost always punching down instead of punching up. He’s picking on people who have always been picked upon, and he thinks he’s hilarious for doing so. What’s more, he’s making a lot of money from other people who enjoy that sort of thing. But that doesn’t make him funny. It makes him one of those fratboy douchebags who seem to be everywhere in life, even into middle age, making uncomfortably insulting wisecracks that always seem to end with the protest that “I’m just joking.” The result? The two white guys are the straight men in this bit. Everybody else—foreign, old, female—is ripe for the ribbing."
Joel Mathis, “Seth MacFarlane’s Racist, Sexist New Show, Dads
” (via seriouslyamerica
cause of death: second hand embarrassment
Literally the American employment system.
But you could just get an unpaid barista internship and live on $0/hr to get experience, duh!!!
Put a letter from A-Z in my ask and I’ll tell you 1 thing I love which starts with that letter.
“There’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things. Isn’t that the point?”