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Being a critic of a comedian such as Denis Leary is an easy concept for one to conceive These critics are people that believe he crosses the line into outrageousness This causes him to be seen in two different perspectives One is that people see his outrageousness and view his comedy as not funny but out of hand The other perspective is that people view him as not crossing the line but being himself They believe that this is the selective trait that sets him apart from all other comedians In their minds this is what makes people laugh I believe that many people have a valid argument when they say that Denis crosses the line with his comedy in his routine Their opinion has some validation because of the things that he does on stage During his act Denis smokes a numerous amount of cigarettes and he is probably being criticized by non-smokers By doing this he is putting himself in a position where he can be criticized by viewers non-smokers This may cause these critics to dislike him and in turn his comedy Another Denis does during his routine that may cause anger from these type of critics non-smokers is that he tells the audience how much he likes to smoke and that he will continue to smoke until he dies He also expresses the fact that he does not care what people think of him when he smokes Others may be critics of Denis use of vulgar language These critics are people who believe that by him using profanity in his routine he is not being funny at all He uses profanity throughout his routine and raises his voice when he uses it This raising of his voice tends to be criticized by people who dislike the use of profanity at any time in his routine or life in general In the beginning of his act he starts out by
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