DS: Yeah! And for some reason I absolutely love doing it, and a woman came up to the front of the line, and she slapped a note on my table, and stormed off, and it said "For your information, joking about people dying is never funny." I have such a problem with that, when people say "'Blank' is never funny," I'm really amazed sometimes at the things I laugh at. I mean, there's something to be said for giving something a little time, you know, if a tragedy happens, but I mean, Sarah Silverman has said some really funny things about rape, really funny things. Someone less skilled than she is might not be able to pull it off, but I've seen it done. I've seen people say things about 9/11—I mean I've heard them—so anything's possible, I just don't ever see the point in cutting yourself off for that. A couple of years ago on tour I collected jokes. I said when you come to get a book signed please tell me a joke. I've heard a lot of jokes over and over again, and I've heard jokes that were lame, you know, I don't like to fake laugh, but you don't want to embarrass anybody, you know, they're putting themselves out by telling a joke. Jokes with three things, you know, there's a priest, there's a rabbi, a witchdoctor, those jokes take forever. I said to people, I want you to tell me gay jokes. Everyone's afraid to do it. Gay jokes would be like, "what does a gay horse say: 'Hayyy.'"