Today, on November 21, 2015, we celebrate the anniversary of Current Event Comedy’s birth. We also remember the mine explosion in the Heilongjiang province of northeastern China that killed 108 people. But that didn’t happen in America, so no need to linger. Back to birthdays! Current Event Comedy was born premature with only three articles, but has grown to over thirty articles ranging five different categories. Like any birth, it was difficult and took many hours of labor, but after it was over, the pain was mostly worth it. Current Event Comedy will be celebrating its birthday like anyone else, constantly checking social media for shout-outs. And, like any good birthday, we’ll congratulate and send good wishes to the child who did none of the work. So, congrats Current Event Comedy, on being born. It’s not like all of us didn’t do it too.
"Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot."
1. Northern States Asking If It’s Not Too Late To Let The South Secede
2. Local student decides to commemorate MLK Day by watching BET
3. I died once, but I think it'll look good on my college app
4. Top Ten Hashtags of 2014
5. Should we legalize marijuana: Ehhh, probably?