Tuesday, October 9, 2012

the changing science of sleep

The following short film, "How To Sleep," was written, narrated, and acted in by humorist Robert Benchly, and won an Oscar for "Best Short Subject" in 1935.

This demonstrates three things: First, that it's harder to impress people than it used to be. Second, that humor changes over time. And third, that if you're having trouble with insomnia, you should just watch this film.

For a more serious discussion of Jokes and humor, please visit THIS POST at the Experimental Theology blog.

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