We can all stand a good laugh, can't
we? Here are some sites on the web which I often turn to when looking
for a fix.
Satire, the lowest form of humor
The Onion is usually good for
a laugh, even if they are sometimes a bit smarmy.
SatireWire has impressed me
lately with some of its topical takes.
Shuttlecocks seem to have lots of fans among my IMSA crowd.
Cartoons, political and otherwise
You can see loads of cartoons from the New Yorker at Cartoonbank.com.
The New York Times has
links to a lot of good editorial cartooning.
Bill Plympton is either
seriously disturbed, seriously creative, or both.
And there's always Dilbert,
though I think it's gone seriously downhill since the early 1990s.
And to think I only got one autographed book from Scott Adams in
Dublin, California back in 1993, because I wasn't sure if he was going
to go anywhere.
News of the Weird
offers a number of "he's so stupid" moments along with "ow!", "that's
very sad", and "huh?!" moments as well.
As Zoolander taught
us, there is a lot we can learn from supermodels.
More to come shortly.