When absurdity becomes the norm, how do you keep things absurd? That’s the daily challenge for the staff of The Mideast Beast, a website that could best be described as “The Onion for the least funny part of the world.”
Chat live with Alexander Giles, editor-in-chief of the site, as we talk about how fake news can actually top the real thing and get laughs in the process.
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