A Good Bullet Comedy Violence and All the Terrible Things That Make Us Laugh

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A Good Bullet  Comedy  Violence and All the Terrible Things That Make Us Laugh

Bullets are violent. Jokes are violent. Can either be used for good? What is "good"? A Good Bullet will make next to no effort to answer the last question because it"s too hard. But it will have a crack at asking why and how sex, war, history, death, insecurity, hatred and loss - all the good stuff - make people laugh.

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