'What the fudge' title of the week? Anyway heres the setup. Miley Cyrus poses in this picture: You can guess the warm reception that it got. But who would of thought? Who in their right mind would have thought that a comedienne who does a good number of gay and lesbian jokes and who has dabbled in some anti-Christian material would actually take offense and call the girl out for this? I guess Margaret Cho did. So whats the deal? Is it okay to disparage groups in the name of comedy? Performance bigotry is acceptable? Essentially that is what Cho is saying. That or maybe she is trying to say that lifestyle group memberships are less worthy of the respect than nationality and skin color are afforded. Personally I have a pretty high tolerance for "edgy" comedy (love Carlin, Dave Attell, Lewis Black & others) and topics that walk that fine line but what I don't have a high tolerance for is blatant hypocritical BS. Lady earns her living by cracking jokes about certain groups and then gets all hurt and upset when someone turns the tables on her. Not that that is exactly what Miley did but you can tell the picture wasn't taken with harmful intentions in mind. Immature and a poor decision, yes. Michael Richards v2.0? No. Just ridiculous, IMO. Most likely Cho is trying to rustle up a little bit of free publicity by attaching her name to Cyrus. Weak attempt and bad form in my book. Nearly as ridiculous as THIS angle of the story where a Los Angeles lady thinks that suing for 4 Billion dollars on behalf of the city's entire Asian-Pacific Islander population is reasonable. By the way, I was not reading gossip sites when I found this. Just want to put that out there. I am in no way all that fascinated with celebrities, just bored to death.