IN Humor ON
Italian literature defines comedy as the literature of common folks, without sophistications, without rules; something the upper class used to laugh at (meanwhile, the "literary" literature of the upper class was called "tragedy", seems legitimate enough).
Martina Hill, a German Comedian is all set to redefine comedy as an art "without sophistication, without rules" and the latter seems to be the stronger of her belief. And damn, she is beautiful too.
And with the kind of pain at such tender age, she'll grow up to be wise.