Sarah Tollemache, stand-up comic and podcast host, joins Bridget for a hilarious conversation about anything and everything, including what they miss about live stand up, defending their right to be hyperbolic, worrying about being caught in the background of a viral video that would get them cancelled, and their shared fascination of black market arms dealing and money laundering. They discuss their ability to create for themselves rather than the gatekeepers, why corporations that stand up to woke public pressure tend to be European, the stereotypes of traveling, why Bridget should go into PR to advised celebrities who are being cancelled, and swap restaurant industry horror stories. Check out Sarah’s podcast Vadge here.

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  1. HankRhody Freelance Philosopher Contributor
    HankRhody Freelance Philosopher
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    Why do corporations fire cancelled people at the drop of a hat? Money.

    If you don’t fire an employee for making an off color joke then the next time you’ve got some whackadoo to fire she’s going to sue you for discriminatory practices, and she’s going to bring up that joke as evidence that your company condones that sort of thing. It makes it harder to fight the lawsuit and more likely that you lose. Which all means money.

    Yeah, it’s cowardly. Were you expecting anything else?

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