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untitledLast week I wrote about Hannibal Buress’s standup routine about Bill Cosby–the one that propelled those rape allegations into the news – and wondered whether smartphones in comedy clubs might begin to jeopardise such outspoken standup. One week later, and it’s one of the things worrying Chris Rock in the interview he has given to New York magazine. “If you think you don’t have room to make mistakes,” Rock told Frank Rich, “it’s going to lead to safer, gooier standup. You can’t think the thoughts you want to think if you think you’re being watched.” At The Guardian