“You know how to be cruel, Tamia”
Throughout the history of man, man has searched for comedy in everything we do. In our own misgiving, in mankind's folly, even in our public libaries. The invention of the internet has made this quest even easier. But one of the best, and funniest, sources of jokes, is surely any major tragedy, usually a horrific one. For this reason, throughout the ages, victims of said tragedies have been constantly lampooned and impersonated. Ici, chez Phyllogicopedia, we quoted the demonic Tamia satirizing the tragic death of Phyllis Hyman.