My oldest was showing me a sketch for his newest comic book, *Captain Underpants vs Hannah Montana*. . .it ends with Captain Underpants flushing Hannah Montana down a toilet. His mom heard us laughing about it:
“Violence against women is never funny,” she says.
She proceeds to lecture us for a long, long five minutes. My son kept looking over at me for help. Finally I say:
“Hannah Montana is not a woman. She’s not even a girl. She’s a Pop-Droid. And flushing her in a toilet isn’t an act of violence. . .it’s an act of iconoclasm. You should congratulate your son for tearing down the Tween Abomination that makes desolate, the Great Pop Beast 666 of our simpleton McCulture.”
“Yeah, mom,” my son says.
But the old lady wasn’t having any of it.
It is written:
A prophet is not without honour, save in his own country, and in his own house.
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