It must be nice to be filthy ****ing rich. So rich that if he wrote that last sentence, he wouldn't need the asterisks.
Slap-your-mother-while-you-watch-and-have-nothing-happen type money.
But even then, you don't wanna piss off over half the human population by going into a public space and crapping on female comedy. Hard. Mentioning vaginas and period detrimentally. Not smart.
So goes it with Lee Aronson, co-creator of 'Two And A Half Men.' They're looking to do a 10th season with what has long been the #1 show on television and he forgot himself.
He complained that too many ladies have their own shows on TV...to start.
Whitney Cummings, a comedienne who's show he later kinda backhand complimented, responded with:
"You came out of one. You probably spend lot of your time trying to get into one. This is kind of a mixed message. Had I known vaginas were so offensive and appalling to men, I certainly wouldn’t be talking about them.”