Over at Economics Job Market Rumors someone asked why is Seinfeld considered so funny. One reply said, watch this. I think it's a fine choice.
A lot of the time I found that a little Rickles went a long way. But this is a nice sampling of his better moments.
New Yorker cartoon.
"The Destruction of This 200-Ton Boulder Proves That Humans Will Not Be Intimidated By Stupid Rocks"
What do you bet the Oregon DOT will be sued by activists claiming "rock cruelty"? (Hey, stranger things have happened.)
Some of the "Hitler" videos are still funny. Like this one. (You may need to be an economist to fully appreciate it, though.)
Link via EJMR.
One difference between men and women in a 1:41 video. I laughed.
Funny. "The dad's not even there to protest. The baby made him go."
Not to everyone's taste I'm sure, but I think he was really funny. ("Salad's not food. Salad comes with the food. . . . Salad is a promissory note that food will soon arrive.")
And besides, it's a bit uplifting that a man can make a good, honest living based on being fat.
Made me laugh.
MICHAEL: Is the generator gassed up? How many gallons of gas does it take to charge a tablet?
ALEXANDRA: In this apocalyptic scenario, we’re assuming there’s no internet, remember?
MICHAEL: How many gallons to charge a Kindle?
ALEXANDRA: ESSENTIALS, MICHAEL. That means cellphones, passports, pussy hats. Should we take supplies to make protest signs?