Michael Rapaport on why he doesn't have a problem with addressing big issues and being disruptive

Michael Rapaport admits that he's always had a mouth and been disruptive. He tells Bill Anderson why he doesn't have a problem using these qualities to address important issues by taking big swings at topics that frustrate him. He adds that people often miss the humor that he's trying to get across, because they feel so strongly about what he talks about, and that he is sometimes troubled by how hostile some of the responses can be.

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