February 18, 2022
The Reader’s Digest has a monthly column called: “Laughter, the Best Medicine.” In this month’s magazine cover story, it says that laughter takes our minds off our problems and connects us to one another, but in today’s turbulent society, one had best filter carefully before sharing a joke. Humor may be used to defuse some volatile situations but could have the opposite effect.
Politically correct has become the new buzz word but cable and streaming services have allowed uncensored content aimed at specific agendas. In the ‘70s, controversial comedians like Richard Pryor and Ge...