HTBAF: Overshoot explained; audience entertained

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We don’t pay enough attention to our friends at How to Boil a Frog (HTBAF) , a project of the writer and director Jon Cooksey, whose weekly updates on the road to unnerving inquiry are informative, wide-ranging and often incredibly funny.

This week, Jon tackles the concept of “overshoot,” and while we don’t recommend it for the humor-impaired trolls who sometimes lurk among our readers and critics, it should be fun (and provocative) for most everyone else.  

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