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I Love Lucy

October 4, 2007

Yep, it's a pun. I Love Lucy really is my favorite TV show, though. My mom, who obviously knows what my favorite TV show is, called and told me that it's I Love Lucy marathon week on TV Land. So I've been digging up VCR tapes and setting my VCR to record every episode this week. OK, I'm really old school, I know. I don't have TEVO, and I don't even know what the season's newest and hottest TV shows are.

I Love Lucy makes me laugh, sometimes really hard, too! That's why I like it. Here's something else that's probably going to show you again how old school I am. I get Reader's Digest, and I noticed that this month's emphasis is all about laughter and comedy. Anybody out there get Reader's Digest at your house? Do you ever read it? Did you read, "Why Men and Women Laugh Out Loud?" Anyway, that's the article I'm talking about.

It spells out how scientists have studied guys' and girls' brains and found out that we process funny things differently. Girls actually think more about whether or not something is funny, while guys tend to laugh more without thinking. It also pointed out that the brain's comedy central has a very long and hard-to-pronounce name: ventromedial prefrontal cortex. Don't wanna hit your head in that area, you know?

I think it's tough these days to find good, clean humor. I don't know about you, but it seems like every time I land on Comedy Central, I don't end up watching but maybe a minute or so before the comedian has to throw in something raunchy, and I turn the channel.

I think God wants us to laugh. I even think God laughs, based on what Psalm 2:4 says: "The One enthroned in heaven laughs." There are all kinds of stats out there that show that laughing improves health, too. But I won't bore you with the stats right now, because I'm not going to bother to look up any of them right now.

Where do you find good, clean funny stuff? What makes you laugh? By the way, what's your favorite TV show?


- Re: I Love Lucy from Michelle, October 29, 2007

Hey, J, I appreciated your response, because it's straightforward and honest. To update Insight, what do you think we should do? Is there anything in Insight that is helpful to you? If not, what could we put in Insight that would be helpful to you? I look forward to your straightforward and honest response.

- Re: I Love Lucy from J, October 29, 2007

Maybe if you stayed up on current events and knew what everyone is watching on TV these days you would have a clue on what to put into your magazine and then people might like it. No offense but your magazine is outdated compared to everything else out on the market these days.

- Re: I Love Lucy from n/a, October 12, 2007

One of my favorite TV shows is Full House on Nick@Nite. Sometimes its not funny but most of the time its hilarious. It's good, clean humor.

- Re: I Love Lucy from BlueSalad, October 9, 2007

Well I have no idea where to find clean good humor. But my sisters always make me laugh. They are just so silly sometimes! And my dad definitely makes me laugh! Well my favorite TV show? None right now since we don't have tv we only watch movies and sometimes the news on our small portable tv. But I do remember watching I Love Lucy I think its a nice oldie!

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