I will not promise that this is the last one

My favorite high school English teacher once told us that to be truly educated was to have the ability to “get the jokes” – whether you’re laughing at Shakespeare’s double entendres or nerdy comics like this one. (Also, to be the one who says “double entendre” instead of “dirty joke” in the first place). Sure, I’d argue that being educated provides many more valuable services than that – but then again, comedy is one of the joys of life.



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  1. Although Meursault says that he does not believe in God, this cartoon made me think that maybe he does. If he believes that he has no control over the outcome of the situation, does he believe in destiny/fate/someone else controlling his outcome? Why else would he have no strive to do…anything?

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