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2,294.  Humor is reason gone mad.  (Reason & Humour)  Groucho Marx

 

 

2,348.  Humor is something that thrives between man’s aspirations and his limitations.  There is more logic in humor than in anything else.  Because, you see, humor is truth.  (Humour & Logic & Truth)  Victor Borge

 

 

2,986.  Humor is just another defence against the universe.  (Universe & Humour)  Mel Brooks

 

 

6,922.  The French are not noted for their sense of humour.  (Teacher & Humour)  The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie III starring Geraldine McEwan & Amanda Kirby & Lynsey Baxter & Vivienne Ross et al, Brodie with lasses in art gallery

 

 

12,884.  Humour about Christianity ranges from gentle mockery, though sharply critical, to the downright hurtful.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  Ann Widdecombe, Are You Having A Laugh? Comedy & Christianity, BBC 2013

 

12,885.  Comedy can be a window into the state of our society.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  ibid.

 

12,886.  Christianity is now being subject to a level of mockery that some find disturbing.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  ibid.

 

12,887.  The mocking of Jesus Christ is deeply hurtful.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  ibid.

 

12,888.  Upon the release of The Life of Brian thousands protested.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  ibid.

 

12,889.  The change isn’t accidental and it isn't the product of ignorance, it is deliberate, and it sets out to vilify and to ridicule Christianity and Christian belief.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  ibid.

 

12,890.  At its best, comedy can be provocative, truthful and can offer a check and balance for all of us.  (Christian & Humour & Comedy)  ibid.

 

 

50,691.  The source of all humor is not laughter, but sorrow.  (Sorrow & Humour & Laughter)  Mark Twain

 

 

76,682.  Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing.  Mark Twain

 

 

76,683.  Humor is the great thing, the saving thing.  The minute it crops up, all our irritations and resentments slip away and a sunny spirit takes their place.  Mark Twain

 

 

76,684.  Humor is laughing at what you haven’t got when you ought to have it.  Langston Hughes

 

 

76,685.  Humor is one of the leavening agents that makes the tragedy of our position possible.  Professor Steven Weinberg, interview Professor Richard Dawkins

 

 

76,686.  Humour is odd, grotesque, and wild,

Only by affectation spoiled;

'Tis never by invention got,

Men have it when they know it not.  Jonathan Swift, To My Delany

 

 

76,687.  And realising that humor is the most powerful way to make a political statement and say the things that you want to say.  And it's not used enough, at least not in the US.  Michael Moore

 

 

90,345.  The secret to humor is surprise.  (Surprise & Humour)  Aristotle  

 

 

111,016.  News on the March: Nixon Nominated For Nobel War Prize.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon, Sky Arts 2017, article

 

111,017.  This totally outrageous voice that was screaming, Here I Come.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.  reader

 

111,018.  Nancy Reagan’s Guide to Dating Dos and Don’ts by Doug Kenney.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.  article    

 

111,019.  First Blow Job by Doug Kenney.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,020.  Children’s Letters to the Gestapo by Michael O’Donoghue.  Dear Heinrich Himmler, How do you get all those people into your oven?  We can hardly get a pork roast into ours.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,021.  Welcome Vulgarity Lovers! Here’s Your Very Own Copy of The Liz Taylor and Richard Burton Gift Catalogue.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,022.  Guns and Sandwiches The Finest in Its Field.  July 1974 $1.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,023.  Telling a Kid His Parents are Dead.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,024.  Vietnamese Baby Book.  Baby’s First Wound.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,025.  If You Don’t Buy This Magazine We’ll Kill This Dog.  Jan 1973.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.  

 

111,026.  The Sixteen Amazing Differences Between Lincoln & Kennedy by David Smith.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,027.  Are Jews White People?  Technically, yes, but …  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,028.  ‘It is the job of a satarist OK to make people in power uncomfortable, really uncomfortable, to point where they go, This has to be stopped.’  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.  Tony Hendra, Lampoon editor

 

111,029.  Disco Beavers from Outer Space.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111.030.  ‘Doug was very distraught and upset that Caddyshack wasn’t as big as Animal House.’  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.

 

111,031.  Doug Kenney, one of the founders of National Lampoon died in a hiking accident on the island of Kauai on August 29 1980.  (Magazine & Comedy & Humour & Satire)  ibid.  

 

111,032.