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Air Conditioners for President!

Awesome post from awesome comedian Paul Johnson.

 

 

 

The Good Greatsby

I’m a peace-loving man. Indeed I was kicked out of the Peace Corps for loving peace too much. Those phonies in the Peace Corps say they want peace, but I was the only one willing to fight for it.

As part of my commitment to spreading peace I’m constantly studying the science of aggression, and did you know studies have shown people are more likely to fight and commit crimes at high temperatures? You might ignore a Disneyland line-cutter at 75 degrees but you threaten utter and complete destruction at 95. We like to think we’ve evolved a great deal as rational humans but in reality the only thing keeping the peace is the thermostat.

I spent a few months in New York last summer. My first two months everyone was friendly and polite, and I kept thinking NY must be one of the safest cities in the world. But…

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