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Friday, March 25, 2022

Tilting at Windmills: a New Humor Substack by Daniel D!


Read Tilting at Windmills by Daniel D, and you'll be grinning like the Cheshire Cat!
Read Tilting at Windmills by Daniel D, and you'll be grinning like the Cheshire Cat!

Looking for funny humor writing in your email inbox a few times a month? Then subscribe to Tilting at Windmills: Humor Writing by Daniel D, a newsletter featuring crazy stories, sketches, essays, and more! 

If you've ever seen Daniel D perform standup comedy, or if you've listened to The Crazy Comedy, Humor & Satire Podcast, or if you've read any of his humor books, then you already know: when it comes to comedians and humor writers, Daniel D is unique. 

Most of the time, when you listen to a comedian’s routine or read a humorist’s lighthearted essay, you probably smile, laugh, and say, “That’s funny.” But when you read or listen to Daniel D, you will probably wonder aloud, as many of Daniel’s elementary school teachers used to say, “Why is this guy not locked up in a padded cell, preferably somewhere as far away from me as possible?” 

But if you are a little weird yourself, you will be in good company. Daniel is a part-time writer, podcaster, and comedian, but he is a full-time weirdo! Remember the “10,000-hour rule” popularized by Malcolm Gladwell? According to this rule, it takes at least 10,000 hours of practice to achieve world-class mastery of a skill. Well, when it comes to weirdness, Daniel D left the 10,000-hour mark in the dust decades ago. In other words, Daniel D has made being a weirdo into an advanced art. 

Check out Daniel D’s humorous Substack Tilting at Windmills; and if it tickles your funny bone, don’t forget to subscribe to it, so you don’t miss out on any future foolishness!

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