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When I watch this, I can’t help but think of Freud’s Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious. __________ This nicely illustrates that, to be in the upper classes, you needn’t actually have class. And think about it. In your … Continue reading
For a bit of flavoring, I tell these three religiously-charged jokes a tad differently from where I stumbled on them (see here). They’re pretty good, I think. How do fundamentalists drive agnostics from a neighborhood? They burn question marks on … Continue reading
I remembered a math joke this morning that I haven’t thought of in a long time. Two mathematicians, both 30 years old, married to one another, are talking over coffee. The husband says to his wife: When I’m 60, I’m trading … Continue reading
In February of 1967, Marty Allen and Steve Rossi were on the television show, What’s My Line? and Woody Allen was on the panel. Steve Rossi is my uncle, and “Rossi” is his stage name. His actual last name is … Continue reading
One of the most promising young comedians of the 1980s was Steven Wright, but he only put out one album: I Have a Pony. Roy of Hollywood, an iconic late night hippie FM radio DJ for KPFK in Los Angeles, used … Continue reading
Sarah Can Do That for Ya!: A Clip That Foreshadows What a Sarah Palin Vice Presidency—or Presidency—Would Be Like
When John McCain asked Sarah Palin to be his running mate, she might have had the good sense to say, “No John, I’m flattered by the offer—but I simply have no qualifying experience for such a position. Frankly, it would … Continue reading