It’s a political insult that dates back to the 1800s and has been used as recently as last fall by the President : "He couldn’t get elected dogcatcher." Often considered hyperbole, since there are no longer elected dogcatchers in the U.S., there's a town in central Vermont where it could be taken quite literally.
Why do people dream? Why do people have nightmares? How do dreams happen? Can people who are blind can see in their dreams?
In this episode of But Why , we're answering dreamy questions with psychiatrist Dr. David Khan of Harvard Medical School.