I wrote an article about Skrillex. It is doing a great job of showcasing the intelligence that Dubstep fans have.
Not every Dubstep fan, but a majority. It’s insane how people will defend a person that they’ll never meet, and the lengths they’ll go to try to indtimidate others.
One of the biggest things about my comedy is my overwhelming love of satire, sarcasm and weirdness. I am VERY weird, and odd and have a habit of making people uncomfortable. I also cannot get enough of sarcasm. It’s this weird combination that makes my comedy so endearing (to me.)
I’ve been doing stand-up in order to better round my comedy skills. I’d love to write for The Onion or any other comedy publication (but my writing skillz suck LOL RITE?) but the quickest way to get a job is by networking and struggling at stand-up so that’s what I’m going to do.
I digress —
Writing for Christwire is a great social experiment. I can understand why people would be mad at the nonsensical, hate-filled articles my alter-ego posts — but when they send messages like “I hope you die in a fire” or “I hope you are raped by pitbulls,” it doesn’t make them any different than my alter-ego, does it?
Anyways, I am getting an unhealthy boner from all this hate directed to me, (well not me, but my pen-name, alter-ego.) and I have a lot of fun responding to it. I don ‘t want to quit. And judging from the responses I get on Twitter, I don’t think I’ll have to.
For clarification —
I don’t hate Skrillex. I like electronic music. I am not racist, or sexist — in fact, I am a fat Mexican who some would call “gay.” (Not gay, not that there is anything wrong with that though.) I like black people, gay people, all people. Even the people who don’t understand satire.