If you were a fan of BILL COSBY before . . . let’s say, 2014 . . . could you still appreciate his career, knowing what you know now? Or is everything he accomplished tainted for you? JERRY SEINFELD was on NORM MACDONALD’s online show this week, and he said that Cosby is the “biggest comedian of all time.” He said, quote, “I don’t think anyone will ever match his production and quality of material.” Norm didn’t say anything for a few seconds, which made for an awkward silence . . . but then he said he loved Cosby too. And he joked, quote, “I had maybe the greatest Bill Cosby story ever . . . and now it’s not in the top 10,000. Because I’ll tell people the story. And then I’ll constantly be interrupted by, ‘And then did he rape you?’ He never raped me.” Jerry asked Norm if it bothered him to appreciate Cosby’s career, knowing all the “horrible things” he did. Norm said, quote, “Not at all.” Jerry didn’t answer for himself . . . but if he still considers Cosby the biggest comedian of all time, it apparently isn’t tainted for him.