Examining humor (Orange Jews 100% Concentrated)

Orange Jew: 100% concentrated. To paraphrase Goethe: Among that which we find "humorous" are moral-contrasts within a harmless concept; conversely if there is no moral-contrast--or if the concept is not harmless--then we will find no humor.  Moreover, we can examine whatever we would consider "humorous" by no less than two points: 1) is there a moral-contrast? 2) is the concept harmless?  Thence respective persons' perception of humor varies by no less than two points: 1) variance in perception of what constitutes a contrast, 2) variance in perception of what constitutes harmlessness.

Orange Jew: 100% concentrated. To paraphrase Goethe: Among that which we find "humorous" are moral-contrasts within a harmless concept; conversely if there is no moral contrast--or if the concept is not harmless--then we will find no humor. Moreover, we can examine whatever we would consider "humorous" by no less than two points: 1) is there a moral-contrast? 2) is the concept harmless? Thence respective persons' perception of humor varies by no less than two points: 1) variance in perception of what constitutes a contrast, 2) variance in perception of what constitutes harmlessness.

Orange Jews: 100% Concentrated

To paraphrase Goethe: Among that which we find “humorous” are moral-contrasts within a harmless concept; conversely if there is no moral contrast–or if the concept is not harmless–then we will find no humor. Moreover, we can examine whatever we would consider “humorous” by no less than two points: 1) is there a moral-contrast? 2) is the concept harmless?

Thence respective persons’ perception of humor varies by no less than two points: 1) variance in perception of what constitutes a contrast, 2) variance in perception of what constitutes harmlessness.

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