Nobody asked for my opinion, but I will share it with you, anyway. First, I will try to emulate Professor Gingerich, and wax academic:
When I was a young terror, before WW II, my folks took me to a Broadway stage play by two of the then playwriter experts, Kaufman& Hart. The play was titled, "The Man Who Came to Dinner". Although it was somewhat sophisticated humor, I remember laughing my ass off throughout the whole three acts. I can still remember one of the best lines I have ever heard throughout 70+ years of plays, movies, and TV viewing. I now will share this line with you.
Context: "The Man", had just slipped on the ice, broken his leg, and was told he would have to spend several weeks recuperating in the home he was visiting, when he fell. He was wheelchaired into the presence of a large group of people--including the family members/home owners. He looks, slowly around the room at this pathetic assemblage, and utters "the line", which I think is every bit applicable to last night"s debacle:
"I MAY VOMIT!"...................................
"Laugh so hard, that even 'Sorrow' smiles at you. Live life so well, that even 'Death' loves to see you alive". (author unknown) "....would someone please show this poor asshole the way out of town?"....Avram Belinsky, the "Frisco Kid".
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