Stuff I Liked in 2013: Momentary Catharsis

December 13th, 2013 by | Tags: ,

I’m a simple man who enjoys simple pleasures, like this clip from Trisha Goddard’s tv show.

The woman in red’s laughter is the sound of the pain of centuries of oppression finally finding an outlet. It reminds me of a moment from Howard Chaykin’s issue of SOLO, when a Neo-Nazi finds out that he’s part Jewish.

It’s not a victory. That would be overselling it. This guy is still walking around North Dakota and actively trying to turn a town all-white using terrorism.

But it still feels really, really good. I laughed until I cried watching this video. It was one of those things that can totally make a night. It’s worth hooping and hollering.

Sic semper tyrannis.

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One comment to “Stuff I Liked in 2013: Momentary Catharsis”

  1. I can’t decide if ‘cackling’ is the right word for this, or it has too much of a negative aspect to it. It’s the only one I can think of that captures the sheer carefree glee of that sound.