An eclectic potpourri of political comment & observations plus the insane ramblings of an old mythster: (that suffix modifies a noun (or adjective) to create a new noun that serves to associate a person or thing involved with the original noun. "mythster" - a person who is associated with myths
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Saturday, September 07, 2013
"What Are You Laughing At?"
One of several things that I learned rather late in life, is that a sense of humor is neither objective nor universal. Some people are completely devoid of any sense of humor and all of us will never agree on what's funny. Research in neuroscience of the brain indicates that there's a strong possibility that humor may have its origins in the frontal cortex,the most advanced or evolved part of the brain. This area is the last to develop, with full development occurring in the mid or later part of our twenties. So, it might be possible that a genuine sense of humor is probably only possible for mature adults. No wonder much of the 'humor" in popular movies and TV sit-coms seems "under my head".