Saturday Night Live interview with iceberg

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Aidan Bowe

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Interesting thought/debate for you all. Does the passage of time mean it's acceptable to turn a disaster where over 1500 people died into a comedy sketch? Would people find a sketch in 109 years time funny if it featured an "interview" with the planes that flew into the twin towers? Just interested in what people's thoughts are?
 
Kyle Naber

Kyle Naber

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I think there’s a difference between making fun/making light of objects and making fun of victims/survivors. I find this skit in much better taste than the blow-up sinking titanic slides found at carnivals.

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This has been made for fun, but at the cost of disrespectfully simulating very real deaths. The skit only personifies a chunk of ice in my opinion.
 
Tim Gerard

Tim Gerard

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I'm undecided on my opinion about an SNL interview with the iceberg. I definitely agree with you Kyle 100% that an inflatable Titanic slide like the picture you shared is very tacky and disrespectful to those who really did die in the disaster.
 
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