On this week's minisode, Jack O'Brien & Michael Swaim discuss how comedy ages, the idea of a comedy vanishing point in culture, and the connection between comedy and the Flynn effect.
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The history of the music industry is littered with weird and possibly apocryphal stories of how people were discovered and how songs came to be.
A short list of completely ridiculous things we put up with as English speakers:
If you look back at the most popular comedies through the years, there are always parts that don't hold up.
Remember when memes actually made sense and weren't just screencaps of Minions with text like, 'Obama: You Only Had One Job!'
Most disaster movies make cannon fodder out of almost every single living person on the planet who isn't a president, a fighter pilot, or the one scientist who has the key to solving the alien/meteor/whatever problem.