Was Dane Cook's Decision To Pull Material From Boston Strong Gig Poor Form?

By Mack Rawden 2013-05-31 08:43:38
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Ordinarily, people arenít criticized for showing up and doing their best to help out at a charity event. Ordinarily, celebrities arenít taken to task for volunteering their own time for a worthy cause, but thatís exactly the position Dane Cook is in right now after he performed at the Boston Strong charity event at TD Garden and wound up receiving a stream of angry Twitter comments for his troubles.

Unlike the majority of controversies involving comedians, no one is angry for something Cook did say. Rather, people are furious about what he didnít say publically, notably anything during his set on the live stream. While an overwhelming majority of participants agreed to let their performances be broadcast, Cook gave no such okay. He forbid the powers that be from streaming his set online. Hereís how he explained the decision on TwitterÖ

On the one hand, itís easy to see why people are a little miffed. The majority of those who watched the concert for Boston were forced to do so from their own computers. Tickets to the live show went very quickly, and interest was very high everywhere. So, in essence, anyone who wasnít at the live show didnít get any Cook at all. On the other hand, however, itís easy to see why Cook didnít want the material getting out. Heís obviously going to release a CD in the future, and unlike music, jokes usually arenít as good the second time around.

What do you think of Cookís decision? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll belowÖ

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