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Verne can’t win. If he ever wins, it means we all lose, because without Verne losing all the time we don’t have conflict and we don’t have comedy.
It’s not my fault. I can’t be blamed. I’m bound by the conventions of comedy to be mean to Verne.
Verne loses. But hey, Pumpkin Americans win!
I’m as guilty of lacking in compassion as anyone. Comedy and empathy really don’t mix. And there is no comedy without conflict. Yet… we should all take some time to consider the other’s POV. Just a moment. A second. A nano-second.
Then go ahead and make fun of your dancer wife tripping over a pencil on the floor.
Because, you know, it’s funny.
RJ abuse! See, it happens.
Let’s all say this together… A happy Verne is not a funny Verne.
I fall down an open manhole and it’s not funny. You fall down an open manhole and it’s hilarious.
I don’t make the rules. I just follow them.