Louis C.K hates the human race, but that is OK, because he hates himself too. He makes good money with his particular brand of white man humor. He does not take money for granted, though, probably because he is partly Mexican. He knows that money can buy a man out of many a tight situation.
There are two things no white man will ever joke around about: money and success. Louis C.K. does not joke about money and success.
Black men joke around about money and success a lot, for example in Real Husbands of Hollywood.
For many men, their existential problem is to function well while dull and depressed. Money is a big help here. Larry McMurtry's hero in Duane's Depressed is of this type. He farms his feelings out to women. Some men, such as Duane, are like gods, but they are gods who do not understand themselves, more like Greek gods than Jehovah. There is no one above them, but their powers are limited. The basis of their godlike power is money.
I have yet to meet a white man who is not very concerned about money.
We have certainly been getting a lot of rain. This a.m. we woke up at dawn and everything was a lurid orange. The rooster, Johnny Cash, is crowing away now. The weather is keeping things pretty lively around here. And I'm all well and ready for the next adventures we have coming up!
These are doves. As you can see, they are not lonesome.