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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In his new column going up tomorrow, David Wong uses the hilariously outdated Billy Joel song 'We Didn't Start The Fire' to illustrate a confounding problem with dominant white and western culture.
In 1848, on the eve of the California Gold Rush, there were less than 1000 white settlers living in the California territory.
Dave Barry spent over 20 years of his life writing a nationally syndicated humor column every single week like clockwork.
If you recall the 2006 movie 'The Prestige,' you'll remember the plot is roughly about how 2 Batmen fight an army of Wolverines created by David Bowie.
The entertainment industry has a great way of being subtly racist while proclaiming their open-mindedness.