In Jack Handey's new humor collection, he has some tough words for our enemies.
I downloaded this just so I can listen to it every once in a while. It makes me laugh every time.
This is funny, both on the face of it and when you think of the historical/social contexts from which some of the observations are drawn. Lewis Black observed that we must always beware of the pwoplw who can't laugh...most of all at themselves and their foibles (we got them friends.)
I love everything about this show except for everything by Jack Handey. Really, he is so beneath Studio 360, and I don't find him one bit funny -- ever. I can't believe anyone pays him to write humor, and I can't imagine who would buy his book.
Everytime I hear something by Jack Handey on your show I change the channel. Please please please get rid of him! Well, don't actually get rid of him, but please don't air anymore of his dreck on your otherwise really interesting, informative and entertaining program.
Jack Handey, This is the most hysterical thing I'veheard in some time. I was driving in my car and had to pull over. My eyes were tearing too much to drive.Thank you for your humor its obviously in sync with mine.I feel very safe knowing you would negotiate with aliens but be wary of their tricks with some of your own.
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