George Washington mandated his troops get small pox inoculations (he was initially hesitant, as he was afraid it would signal weakness to the British then realized the pros vastly outweighed the cons), when its efficacy wasn’t exactly peer reviewed. He didn’t tolerate the insipid line of thinking that confuses freedom with utter self-absorption. If youContinue reading “George Washington: Freedom Hater”
Like anything else humans are or do, humor is equally equipped to salve or savage, to poison or purify, to nurse wounds or grudges. But please, rest assured I will in no way attempt to explain the nature of comedy, or what makes something “funny.”
Funny is more than serious: it’s essential.