By way of Peace Dividend, which I could'a sworn I had linked here at some point, but just added to the sprawling list since it seems I was wrong about that, as I am so very many things, NYTimes Comedy Review: Wait Till You Hear What Makes Those Doughnuts So Good:
Part of [Chris] Rock's appeal is that he is a black comedian who is willing to criticize black culture. And since he routinely performs for largely white audiences, as he did on Wednesday, that puts him in a tricky position. He seems keen to keep his audience from getting too comfortable, but he seems unwilling to do it directly: he never singles people out, and he never steps out of character to acknowledge the relationship between comedian and fan.
Instead, he kept everyone off-balance by interrupting the laughs with a tendentious middle section devoted to politics and race. There was a startling riff on abortion, in which he compared murder rates in the ghetto to murder rates in the womb. He contended that African-Americans dominated sports because of the way slaves were bred. Then he added: "You know what they did to smart slaves? They killed 'em." He wisely declined to follow this line of thought to its logical conclusion.
I'm so not going near that one.
So that's two more Black women in a links list which is often dominated by. . . y'know, I guess I should go through those links to see who the list is dominated by at some point.
Wait, that's right. I don't care.
There's a load off my mind.