Laughter tax

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The Wall Street Journal reported in September that about 100 laughing clubs had sprung up in India in the last year based on the philosophy of Dr. Madan Kataria, who says the ancient yoga breathing and laughing exercises can help people shed inhibitions, build self-confidence, stop smoking, alleviate high blood pressure and arthritis, and stop migraine headaches.

After conventional stretching, adherents engage in silent laughs, out-loud laughs with their lips closed, and the roaring Bombay laugh. Dr. Kataria worries only that some day, the Indian government might try to tax laughter.

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