“Jerry Seinfeld is one of the most successful comedians in the history of stand-up. He is also one of the least offensive. His act is filled with sharp, quirky observations that have found a wide audience for nigh on four decades without really upsetting anyone.
Until the “Me!”-stained, perpetually aggrieved participation trophy progressives got to town.
Or to college, as it were.
In days past, America’s collegiate youth were an easygoing demographic who crammed occasional bits of seriousness into lives that were mostly characterized by a relentless pursuit of fun and on-sale ramen. Now, the vast majority of them are pinched creepers who wrap themselves in Social Justice Warrior hemp ponchos and wander around muttering, “I see privileged people.” Retirement communities in Florida aren’t as badly in need of Metamucil.” – Stephen Kruiser