When a comedian makes an offensive joke, what comes to follow is fairly predictable. Some people are angry, others less so and, inevitably, there's a rush of defenders claiming at least one of two things: 1.) That comedy clubs are a safe space and 2.) that comedians, by virtue of their profession, should be able to say whatever they want. Okay, fine. Like Lindy pointed out last month, you can say almost whatever you'd like, but what about the notion that the comedy club should be a safe space?