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  • South Park Creators Stun Leftie Awards Audience: 'We're Republicans!'

    03/31/2018 9:24:05 PM PDT · by DoodleBob · 24 replies
    Media Research Center ^ | March 29, 2018 | P. Gardner Goldsmith
    ...when receiving the “Freedom Award” from producer/writer Norman Lear’s collectivist “People for the American Way” organization, Parker and Stone must have sensed that the leftie group really didn’t understand “freedom” or their long-standing devotion to mixing satire with their love of liberty. So, in their inimitable in-your-face-yet-kind-hearted style, they asked conservative/libertarian talk show host Larry Elder to introduce them at the event! And when Parker and Stone accepted the award, they got to the stage, stood before the microphone, and in classic fashion, kindly informed the statists they were Republicans. As Elder explained on Twitter: “After they graciously accepted, they...
  • New Satire Comic 'My Hero Magademia' Book Makes SJW Comics Fans Cry Salty Tears

    03/27/2018 4:40:49 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 27 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 27 Mar 2018 | Megan Fox
    The creators of the surprise runaway bestseller Thump! The First Bundred Days are at it again with the first comic book written by an openly pro-Trump team of comics professionals. My Hero MAGADEMIA, a parody of the Japanese hit My Hero Academia, hits comic shops on Wednesday, March 28, and is already stirring up all kinds of outraged angst on Twitter. ... In My Hero MAGADEMIA, the Trump figure is named "Wall Might," a nod to the Japanese manga hero "All Might." ... "Wall Might is America's mightiest hero!" reads the description, "Wielding the cumulative power of E Pluribus Unum,...
  • ‘South Park’ Creator: Show Will Lay Off Trump Jokes To Avoid ‘Becoming CNN’

    07/07/2017 5:31:17 PM PDT · by Helicondelta · 32 replies ^ | 07/05/2017
    “South Park” creator Trey Parker says his subversive show won’t feature too many Trump-themed gags in its upcoming season, a deliberate effort to avoid becoming a cable news show disguised as an animated comedy. Parker told the Los Angeles Times that he never intended “South Park,” now entering its 20th year, to be a show that obsesses over every political controversy of the moment, which today usually involves the president’s latest tweet. “We did start to become that, though, especially the last season,” he said. “We fell into the same trap that “Saturday Night Live” fell into, where it was...
  • ‘South Park’ creator on avoiding Trump: We don’t want to become CNN

    07/07/2017 11:19:21 AM PDT · by ForYourChildren · 25 replies
    The Hill ^ | 07/06/2017 | Robin Eberhardt
    Trey Parker, a co-creator of the Comedy Central staple “South Park,” says the next season of the not-for-children cartoon is going to be scaling back on political humor, according to an interview with the Los Angeles Times. Parker, who also voices several characters in the long-running satire, thought showrunners were falling into the “same trap” as "Saturday Night Live," he tells the the Los Angeles Times in an interview published Thursday. He didn’t want the show to turn into CNN, where viewers can just “tune in to see what we’re going to say about [President] Trump.” {..snip..}
  • Trey Parker says South Park will ignore Trump because he just 'doesn't care' anymore - despite

    07/04/2017 9:46:27 AM PDT · by ColdOne · 22 replies ^ | 7/4/17 | dailymail reporter
    Full Title.........................Trey Parker says South Park will ignore Trump because he just 'doesn't care' anymore - despite their 'crazy ratings'...................South Park star Trey Parker seems to be over creating jokes around the President of the United States, despite the 'crazy ratings'. Parker, who voices four of South Park's main characters, said he and longtime collaborator Matt Stone, are fed up with the Donald Trump jokes. 'We fell into the same trap that Saturday Night Live fell into, where it was like, "Dude, we're just becoming CNN now. We're becoming: Tune in to see what we're going to say about Trump,"'...
  • Confessions of a South Park Conservative

    12/14/2016 3:49:37 PM PST · by The_Harlequin · 16 replies
    Thought Crimes ^ | 12-13-16 | Chris Shugart
    I was one of those annoying kids that always asked why. Trust me, I was annoying. I queried anything and everything. Why should I eat my vegetables? How come I had to dress up for certain occasions? Why was it rude to point and stare at people in public? No one ever explained it to me. I wasn’t trying to be impertinent. It just seemed that life was filled with rules, customs, and standards of behavior about which I had no say. How did these codes of conduct come about? Who created them? Nobody seemed to know. I don’t think...
  • Controversial South Park episode shows Donald Trump being raped and murdered ...

    09/24/2015 5:30:11 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 114 replies
    (UK) Daily Mail ^ | September 24, 2015 | Chris Pleasance
    Complete Headline: Controversial South Park episode shows Donald Trump being raped and murdered: Show attacks tycoon's run for President, his immigration policies and then kills him off in shocking final scene Donald Trump was on the receiving end of a vicious take-down by South Park on Wednesday evening, which skirted the borders of decency and taste and arguably crossed them. In an almost unprecedented attack on a running presidential candidate, the adult cartoon lampooned the Republican and in a shocking finale, showed the billionaire businessman being brutally raped to death. The inflammatory episode of the satirical cartoon, created by...
  • Marine Corps veteran says criticism of Islam made him homeless

    11/18/2014 2:21:56 PM PST · by Morgana · 7 replies ^ | November 18, 2014 | Joe Newby
    Like so many Americans, Jarrad Winter didn't pay much attention to Islam. Now, it's foremost on his mind. In an exclusive interview with Sunday evening, Winter, a Marine Corps veteran, single father of two boys and a computer programming specialist who runs, says he is now homeless because he openly criticizes Islam. It wasn't until the South Park creators were threatened by a Muslim that he felt the need to study Islam, he told Examiner. In 2010, Jesse Curtis Morton -- a Muslim convert also known as Younus Abdullah Mohammad -- plead guilty to communicating threats to South...
  • South Park Creators Approached Obsidian Directly for Game

    12/07/2011 3:23:34 PM PST · by EveningStar · 7 replies
    Tom's Hardware ^ | December 7, 2011 | Kevin Parrish
    Obsidian's CEO talks about meeting Matt Stone and Trey Parker, and kick-starting development of an RPG that will stay true to the show's roots, vulgar language and all.
  • MTV college network names 'South Park' creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone as Men of the Year

    11/30/2011 2:25:36 PM PST · by EveningStar · 10 replies
    AP via The Washington Post ^ | November 30, 2011
    MTV’s college network, mtvU, has crowned “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone as its “Men of the Year.”
  • "60 Minutes" goes to "South Park"

    09/23/2011 10:00:24 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 12 replies
    CBS News ^ | September 23, 2011
    They still haven't found a line they won't cross. The latest taboo busted wide open by "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone is religion. It's a comedic assault on religious dogma called "The Book of Mormon" and it's currently the hottest show on Broadway. Steve Kroft talks to the pair about that musical comedy and brings "60 Minutes" cameras to observe the creative process that's kept the foul-mouthed school boys of "South Park" at the top of the basic cable television heap for years.
  • Trey Parker and Matt Stone (South Park) say they will definitely make a 'Book of Mormon' movie

    09/13/2011 1:53:33 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 32 replies
    Entertainment Weekly ^ | September 12, 2011 | Clark Collis
    South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have confirmed to EW that they plan to adapt their Broadway hit The Book of Mormon for the big screen.
  • 'South Park' creators respond to fan freakout

    06/16/2011 10:18:49 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 26 replies
    Today ^ | June 16, 2011 | Ree Hines
    Shortly after “South Park’s” midseason finale aired last week, fans (and many television critics) predicted that the end was near for the long-running series. After all, a cynical episode framed around the notion of that we’re all getting too old to appreciate more of the same must mean the show is on the way out, right? Wrong.
  • 'Book of Mormon' wins big at the Tony Awards

    06/12/2011 9:21:49 PM PDT · by Borges · 152 replies
    Yahoo - AP ^ | 06/12/11 | MARK KENNEDY
    The profane and hysterical "The Book of Mormon" took home nine Tony Awards on Sunday including the prize for best musical, a considerable achievement for a pair of first-time Broadway playwrights known more for their raunchy cartoons featuring potty-mouthed kids. Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of the Emmy Award-winning "South Park," found a kindred soul in Robert Lopez, who co-wrote the Tony-winning "Avenue Q," and all three found themselves with plenty of awards when they collaborated to gently mock Mormons and send-up Broadway itself. Collecting the best musical prize, a subdued Parker, who tied Josh Logan of "South Pacific"...
  • Trey Parker and Matt Stone Talk About The Book of Mormon and the Future of South Park

    03/12/2011 8:55:51 AM PST · by EveningStar · 24 replies
    New York Magazine ^ | March 11, 2011 | Carl Swanson
    South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone describe their Broadway Musical, The Book of Mormon, as an “atheist love letter to religion.” The show, which opens March 24, tells the story of two young missionaries who travel to a troubled area of Africa — beset by AIDS, poverty, a warlord who likes to force clitoridectomies, and just, overall, lots of despair — to spread their faith. We spoke with the pair at length about just why they love and are obsessed with Mormons, how Star Wars is a religion, and the future of South Park.
  • 'South Park' Creators' Mormon Musical Has Some Mormons Excited, Others Suspicious (LDS/Mormon)

    01/27/2011 7:35:02 PM PST · by Alex Murphy · 16 replies
    Fox News ^ | 1/27/2011 | Jo Piazza
    No one has seen Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s musical comedy “The Book of Mormon” yet. It doesn’t start previews on Broadway until the end of February. But early chatter from the Mormon community is already divided between those eager to see the show, and a more conservative group who views the play as another instance of persecution against their faith. John Dehlin, 41, of Logan, Utah has already purchased his tickets to the Broadway musical and will be flying to New York with a group of 10 people (only one of whom isn’t Mormon) on March 25th. He says...
  • Dueling Fatwas

    10/05/2010 8:10:20 PM PDT · by forty_years · 7 replies ^ | 10/5/2010 | Daniel Pipes
    Norris and all Americans currently live under the "Rushdie Rules," which punish whoever disrespects Islam, Muhammad, or the Koran. Make fun of Muhammad and you're on your own. Local and national politicians had nothing to say about her plight. Journalists, usually keen to protect one of their own, went silent. No organization sprung up to raise money for her protection.
  • Attention South Park fans: FReeper LS needs your support

    05/29/2010 12:51:32 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 42 replies · 1,178+ views
    Attention South Park fans! FReeper and best selling author LS (Larry Schweikart) needs your assistance. He would like to contact Trey Parker or Matt Stone personally. If you think you can help him, please FReepmail him or ping him here on this thread. Thank you.
  • South Park's Attacks On Faith: Irreverence For Irreverence Sake, Not Humor

    05/28/2010 6:34:29 PM PDT · by Daniel T. Zanoza · 32 replies · 482+ views
    Illinois Family Institute ^ | May 26, 2010 | Daniel T. Zanoza
    Throughout civilization, there have been those who have attempted to find humor at the expense of others. This has been the case in American history as well. People who are different because of their social class, skin color, ethnic or religious backgrounds have often been the butt of the most vile so-called humor. However, supposedly, we now live in a time of tolerance. Yet it is clear there are certain groups who apparently are fair game to be the recipients of mean-spirited attacks which have little to do with levity. Recently, an episode of South Park -- a cartoon which...
  • Islamic Web site warns ‘South Park' creators (Denmark R US)

    04/21/2010 9:09:36 PM PDT · by pillut48 · 19 replies · 787+ views
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 5:05 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, 2010 | Ty Tagami
    A Web site that promotes Islam is warning the creators of the television cartoon "South Park" that they could be killed for airing a recent show that depicted the Muslim prophet Muhammad in a bear suit. The site says in an entry posted Thursday that the authors of the irreverent cable show, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, could wind up like Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh. He was killed by a radical Islamist in 2004 after making a movie that featured a beaten, naked Muslim woman covered in writings from the Quran. The post includes a photograph of van Gogh...