The Institute for the Decidedly Not-Funny (Interview)

 

My guest today is Hillary Cachinnate, who has been heading the Institute for the Decidedly Not-Funny (or “IDNF”), for the last quarter-century. The science of what is, and what is decidedly-not funny is complex, its history fascinating, and its ramifications vast. The following is an excerpt from an interview I had with Ms. Cachinnate in the winter of ‘Ot-six, as we toured a portion of the institute, which is situated on 150 forested acres in Hobbcleff, VT.

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