Karl Marx and Santa Claus?
rolf.martens at mailbox.swipnet.se
Sun Sep 15 14:20:03 MDT 1996
Yes, yes, I realized my mistake later and did correct it
in another post. My point however was the fact that
it was all about there "not being no *Sanity Clause*",
which should not be confused with that (other) beardie.
In my posting 2, I did guess at Chico. Just trying to
keep up with all those modern Marx trends.
>One of the exchanges which could only occur on our very own "marxism" list:
>>> I've always thought that Karl Marx and Santa Claus look very
>>>similar. But that's about the only comparison.
>>Actually, it wasn't precisely Santa Claus. It was someone who
>>quoted on of the more well-known Marxes, Harpo, as saying:
>>"There ain't no Sanity Clause". And this in its turn in reality
>>has a deeper meaning.
>Not well enough known, apparently. Harpo was the *mute* brother with the
>bubbly curls and no mustache, cigar or Italian accent. The posting of 8
>>What was it Chico said:
>>Ainta no Sanity Clause!
>Groucho and Chico were standing in the wings of the opera at the time.
>We're standing in the wings of history.
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