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“Things that I've recently said to my clown students which will undoubtedly follow me until the end of my days:
> "Making clowns is a bit like making salad dressing. You throw a bunch of disparate ingredients together, conflicting things that technically don't mix well, and shake them up...preferably to happy music. Then you decant the mess, and hope everything holds together just long enough to enjoy your salad."
Clown is the ability to both knowing that this deep concept is poetic truth of the highest order, and simultaneously thinking of at least three tossed salad jokes.”
United States of America
"Classically-trained European theater clown"
"Teacher of human stupidity"
"Impish Cabaret Rasputin"
What do you do?
I remind people to breathe, and sometimes laugh.
Laughter is the closest thing to a steam valve that exists on the human spirit.
What should we read?
"toki pona: The Language of Good" by Sonja Lang