I got a few moments earlier this week to take a good look at Aaron McGruder's Boondocks on AdultSwim. I must admit, I haven't laughed that hard since..who knows. Bro. McGruder is obviously a brilliant Artist as well as comedy Writer. And I do understand his critics to some degree...you know- the use of the "N-Word", the profanity, the stereotypical satire towards Blacks. Humm....sounds like Hip-Hop doesn't it. In mist of my own laughter, I had to ask myself- is this sort of comedy healing or hurting us? Here's a clip from the recent Boondocks episode, when Uncle Ruckus steps into the picture he delivers a few messages that are very hard to escape. Uncle Ruckus is among us. Has Hip-Hop Culture produced a brand of comedy that is tasty to the palette today, but sour in the stomach tomorrow?