Political satire is all the rage these days: Give a subscription to the Humor Times!
Sure, you could use the same tired old gift ideas again this year: socks, ties, handbags, widescreen TVs. Okay, a widescreen TV would be pretty cool. But why not supplement it with some great political satire, in the inexpensive, yet fun form of a subscription to the Humor Times?
We’ll even send you a gift card you can put in their stocking, or we’ll mail it directly to them.
So, why not give ’em what they want?
Besides, The Colbert Report will soon be gone, what with Stephen Colbert going to CBS to replace David Letterman on the “Late Show” — so your friends will need to fill that hole somehow, and you can help!
The Humor Times monthly magazine is packed with tons’o’fun each issue: We’ve include the best collection of editorial political satire cartoons you’ll find anywhere, arranged by subject and strung together with a narrative that gives the feel of a news report. Then, we add humor columns by some of the best, led by five-time Emmy Award nominee and recipient of 7 consecutive nominations for the American Comedy Awards Stand Up of the Year, Mr. Will Durst. We also shoehorn in a page of “fake news” stories, ala The Onion, some non-political cartoons, and much more.
Intelligent political satire appeals to people who like to keep on top of the news, yet also enjoy a good laugh. And let’s face it, there’s enough bad news out there, so we need a little comic relief.
Not into printed publications anymore? No problem! The Humor Times is available in digital format — at half the price of print!
So, this year, show ’em how smart you are — and how smart you think they are. Give the gift of laughter — give the Humor Times!
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Thank you very much!
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