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Essay for 11/10/16
We like to laugh. We all know this. It is why children take amusement in clowns, cartoons, and big, goofy animals. Though the antics may be silly by adult standards, children see genuine surprise and actions unexpected. Even infants not yet able to verbally communicate can express their delight over...
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Matt Brauer is a writer of humorist essays, short stories, sketch comedies, and generally funny stuff. His content focus is on daily living, culture, social and philosophical sciences, current events, writing, and cheese. His works have appeared in The Funny Times and The AAWG eZine and he has performed at Notes & Poets events. Trained in writing and improv at The Second City Training Center in Chicago, he also earned a BSEE elsewhere, and uses his non-writing time being an engineer and musician. He resides in the far northwest suburbs of Chicago with his wife and furry canine child. For a more detailed biography, visit the bio page.