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Was it wrong of Dane Cook to pull his set from the livestream?

ABC News U.S. 2013/05/31 16:43:32
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  • Crystal 2013/06/11 09:53:20
    No! It's his material and he can do whatever he wants with it.
    Crystal
    I don't see anything wrong with what Dane cook did. Just because people aren't patient enough for him to release the material himself, he gets hated on? He's talented, and it's his material. He's entitled to protect his material from being public if he wants.
  • Zercomnexus 2013/06/01 06:32:42 (edited)
  • SoBz 2013/06/01 03:40:04
    No! It's his material and he can do whatever he wants with it.
    SoBz
    +2
    Get off the guy already Boston!
    It's "Boston Strong", not Boston Entitled.

    Like him or not, Cook performed and helped raise $$ for the One Fund. I doubt he was paid to do that.

    Unlike the other performers, he's got an upcoming comedy tour. Who here has ever gone to see a comedian's same routine twice?
  • mngodes 2013/05/31 21:54:50
    No! It's his material and he can do whatever he wants with it.
    mngodes
    +1
    Whats the big deal! The people that paid to hear him did. Bottom line!
  • Lisa Oriordan 2013/05/31 20:42:03
    Yes! He was performing at a benefit concert, and he knew what that entailed.
    Lisa Oriordan
    If he did not want anyone to hear his new material dont do it until its time for your new show. You don't just let a select few in on it when you knew ahead of time that this benefit was going to be livestreamed. Dane cook just gave the people of Boston the Big F.U. Well I hope everyone from Boston wiil not pay to hear his new material and show him how Boston Strong we really are.
  • Ellen K... Lisa Or... 2013/05/31 22:43:37
    Ellen Kipfer
    +3
    What a ridiculous comment. Dane Cook gave time (a day or 2) up from his life, his family, his gig and/or whatever else to perform for a benefit that raised money for the people who were hurt or killed at the Boston Marathon and their families. He decided to use his best new material to entertain the people who gave hundreds to the One Fund to be at the concert. He had no duty to share the new material that he created and by which he ears his living to everyone. He didn't say a big FU to Boston. On the contrary, he gave a lot to Boston by being part of the concert. So grow up and stop crying about not getting someone's work for free. Next time find a way to contribute and go to the concert however you can. If you can't afford the ticket price or be on line early enough to get tickets... Tough. That is the way the world works. SMH...
  • Sperry23 2013/05/31 18:21:22
    Yes! He was performing at a benefit concert, and he knew what that entailed.
    Sperry23
    +1
    He made a deal and broke it. Wrong!

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