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Cleese is brilliant at using invective to highlight wit, satire, sardony and irony - which I think is its real virtue.
They also confuse the pretended posture of the writer with the writer's actual opinions, which are often concealed by irony, sardony and self-satire.
Your sardony bears the stain of the Old Republican mind: unfettered liberalism breeding questioning and hesitation when decisiveness is key.
For this world of colossal heights and fathomless gulfs, of blinding snows, of primeval silence, of infinite revelation, of splendid lights upon manifold summits of opal, topaz, and sardony, all seemed to him the witness and visible manifestation of his most secret and dreadful thoughts.
Stately, simple, with a touch of light humor and sardony.