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And you taught me a Yiddish word, I taught you a Yiddish one. Oh, yes, I did. Maybe you had just I just learned I don't know.


But it's the word that is the kind of. The opposite direction of lawlessness on June 18th. Ladies and gentlemen, I will bring you season five of revisionist history, where we lurch once again from the sublime to the ridiculous, with stops along the way for digressions of great importance, like nothis and it's opposite. Sonar's being like the joy that your children give you. And this word being. Yeah. The one that you give them.


This is the season of years of revisionist history where I bring you some joy plus a whole lot of serious things as well.


Like how do we remember those who have suffered and how do you remember those who brought suffering into the world?


I'd rather have somebody who was real stupid that something was wrong or it had something. And I have somebody who would vacillate, do nothing.


Season five has lots of things that aren't museums because art museums turn out to be very strange, not to mention a little bit of Howard Hughes, Sam Vincent Van Gogh, Smaug the Dragon, even Andy Warhol.


He said if everyone's not a beauty, then nobody is.


That is the perfect illustration of the particular condition, wonderful condition of the hoarder. And my guess is not beautiful then no object is right that God that's haunting.


Revisionist history, Season five, Episode one drops June 18th. If every episode is not beautiful, then no episode is.