07/25/15 - 4:24pm
Those who are past puberty might remember Mort Sahl. Sahl became one of the 1960s’ first insult comedians, who would trash just about anyone and everything. He was considered one of a model for the incredible 1976 movie “Network,” which featured a deranged network anchorman, Howard Beale, inspiring millions of citizens to scream, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!” Millennials should download the film or at least do an online search. It was perceptive and farsighted, plus it was funny as hell.