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People are just painstaking at judgment. They punish each other for lousy decisions and wrong-doing. The fool is quite the outcast in our world…except at the circus. There, children and adults like the midget with passion. He wears a baboon costume and gets hilarity contagious in the auditorium. The clown is adored and celebrated. People pause for a picture or two to show their friends the emblem of cheap thrills.  Yet the implicit truth is that everybody plays a fool sometimes and if we could laugh off some things, celebrate people when they play fools and even play fools ourselves sometimes, we would not be the spoilsports we are. 

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This was written by Herbert Uba. He is on a personal challenge to explain Rocket Science through nursery rhymes.