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Posted: Fri, 15 Nov 2013 1:51 am
by bloodhound123
JR8 wrote:Oh.

I thought you might say what you disagreed with.

No? No clues?
He is probably referring to the "line" wherein a satire morphs into sarcasm owing to the reader's interpretation.
nakatago wrote:A guy like this isn't helping why a rape festival was used in satire:

The director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Ranjit Sinha, on Tuesday made out a case for legalising betting in sports, arguing “if you can’t prevent rape, enjoy it”

Posted: Fri, 15 Nov 2013 11:23 am
by JR8
Either way: Sounds pretty serious :???:

Posted: Sat, 16 Nov 2013 12:16 pm
by bloodhound123
I thought there is a very thin line between satire and sarcasm. Though both make fun of the follies in the society satire in general evokes a positive response whereas sarcasm could evoke a negative response as well. While dealing with sensitive topics like rape it could go either way depending on the reader's interpretation.