Tim Carvell’s History’s Notable Persons Reconsidered
Tim Carvell is the head writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He writes this column very occasionally.
BY TIM CARVELL
Albert Camus famously stated that “there is no fate that cannot be surmounted by scorn”. Of course, he’s dead now, which seems like a pretty resounding counterargument to that theory.
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