404 - Noam Dworman: The Risk of Censorship…

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I talk to Noam Dworman, owner of the Comedy Cellar about censorship, starting and running a small family-owned business, freedom of information vs. freedom of speech (which is more important?) and... Louis C.K.'s return to the stage. Some background: a few weeks ago, Louis C.K. showed up at the Comedy Cellar. Noam wasn't there. He got a text. "Louis's here." He saw it the next morning. Now everyone is asking Noam, "Where do you draw the line?" He's gotten death threats. I told Noam “When we were growing up no one had peanut allergies. A generation later, because we’ve disinfected everything, millions of kids have peanut allergies. And now, people are allergic to language. It doesn’t seem like this trend ever reverses. First, we were disinfecting our food. Now we’re disinfecting language. What’s next?"

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Jerry Seinfeld’s Documentary “Comedian”

“Tough Crowd”

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Gary Shandling

Robert Kline

Harvey weinstein

Bill Cosby

Aziz Ansari

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Jim Gaffigan

Norm MacDonald

Roseanne

“The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure” by Greg Lukianoff

“1984" by George Orwell

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