JUDD SPEAKS OUT

GREAT COMEDIANS. GREAT STORIES. TOLD DIFFERENT. 


The legendary director Judd Apatow, touched on Hillary Clinton’s campaign, The Apprentice, and a meeting with Trump as a young stand-up during his latest New York Times interview.

“There’s a danger on the internet that you think you’re accomplishing something,” he says. “So you see an article about a disease and retweet it and think ‘It’s cured now!’ And you’ve fooled yourself into thinking that you’ve done something productive.”

I thought Judd made another great point in the article. He talks about what we all can do now to fight Trump and the alt-right, instead of sitting around and bitching about it. 

“I’m trying to transition from making comments on social media to choosing one or two organizations to work with and support so that I feel like I’m actually being a positive part of the process. You don’t want to be a crank.”