One of Rivers’ finest moments was an April 23, 1967 appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, where Rivers masterfully dissected the difference between being a single man and single woman in America. The clip below is almost 50 years old, but it’s just as hilarious — and true — today.
If we inquire, we find that Heinrich Kramer needs to stop embarrassing himself. I had to set an entire (large) jar of newt eyes a-rolling on my behalf after reading this.
Thank you but our concern with the kingdoms of this realm is minimal. We leave that destruction to the churning of the Wheel of Time (<3 u, Wheelie). We are well occupied by Mysteries that have little to do with the Sightless concept of power. Psh. As though kingdoms do not dismantle themselves.
"Why is it that men in positions of authority, like this college administrator, like George F. Will, would rather believe their own distant social impressions than the word of a woman asking for help?"