Wednesday, December 12, 2007


The news is about last Saturday, but I was not apble to post it before. Daniele Luttazzi's italian satiric TV programme "Decameron" was stopped because of a quip about the journalist Giuliano Ferrara and some italian politicians.
The quip was too much vulgar, even if Luttazzi, as he already did, replied: "Satire is never vulgar, it's explicit."
With so much vulgarity in TV, it's always who said what he think who causes troubles. This is the sense of my comics, for who didn't understand it already, where censure erase the mouth; as you can say: be vulgar, but speakless.

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