Mirror posted the link to the ART blog about this and I was hoping that there would be something about it in the paper, but there wasn't (that I saw). Read the post and there's a YouTube of the incident as well. Then Writers Life x3 posted about it and commented on how you don't think it could still happen in Cambridge. As Daisey himself goes on to say, this is the ART for heaven's sake! If language were the worst thing that happened there-- well, it wouldn't be an ART show. And everywhere is everywhere, isn't it? I don't know his work, but certainly what prompted the walk out is nothing compared to most comedians.
I was struck by the power of these words above in his blog, because C.S. Lewis considered pride one of the worst of the sins. It presumes that you are somehow better than other humans when we are all worms in the sight of God (my interpretation, obviously). What could be worse than pride coming from one's Christianity? How pointless and wrong.
I want to know more about this group. I want to know what they thought they were going to, because it just seems suspicious to me that they all "decided" to walk out at the same time. Did a whisper go down the line OR did they agree beforehand?