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Louis C.K. laughs Parkland's students during comedy in N.Y.



Audio appeared from Louisa C.K. mocking students-activists from Parkland, Fla.

Only sound recording was released on Sunday in a video that was removed from YouTube and said it was a stand-up set from December 16 at the Levittown, NY comedy club. Several media recorded and published clips and transcriptions.

"You are not interesting because you went to high school where children were fired", added C.K. an excuse can be heard on the recording. "Why does that mean I have to listen to you? Why does that make you interesting? You were not hit, you pushed a thick kid by the side, and now I have to listen to you talking?"

Parent of Parkland Fred Guttenberg replied to C.K. material on Twitter.

"My daughter was shot dead in Parkland," Guttenberg said. "My son escaped from bullets, my wife and I are losing each day, why not come to my house and try out your new pathetic jokes?"

The most prominent student activists from Parkland did not comment. Message requesting comment left on C.K. site not immediately returned.

C. K. recently returned to the stage after a break after admitted to dealing with sexual mischief.


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