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Topic - Patrick Jake
Patrick Jake "P.J." O'Rourke is often called a humorist, but the term has become a stretch. I bet he's sick of it by now. Sure, he writes many things that make you laugh, but he rarely writes just for laughs. One reason for this is his aging audience. Mr. O'Rourke used to be the managing editor of National Lampoon and foreign affairs gonzo for Rolling Stone.
he writes many things that make you laugh, but he rarely writes just for laughs.