Did anyone happen to catch Comedy Central's "Night Of Too Many Stars" which was supposed to be a benefit for autism? We caught the first 1/2 hour and ended up changing the channel. It was disgusting and i just felt it was a slap in the face, not just to my boys but to autistic kids and their families everywhere. When you're raising money, especially when it is something to benefit children, there are some lines that should not be crossed and these guys were beyond that. I'm sorry I sound like I'm preaching but it just made me sick to see the antics on stage by supposed adults and to hear comments made that were below the belt. I will NOT support Comedy Central but I will do all I can for autism research!
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