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Review of a Book on Serious and Complex Topics
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32:08 - 33:44 (01:35)

The book is a spectacular synopsis of many complex and potentially complicated subjects, but is made easy to read. The advice given is to aim for truth rather than funny when parodying serious subjects.

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