Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, “Noble...
A Polite Request
Dear everyone. When I show up to a Halloween party, and I am not wearing a Halloween costume, please do not act like I am Ebenezer Scrooge bringing a sack of dead orphans to a Christmas dinner. I do not hate Halloween. I love it. I just really, really suck at it. Thank you.
M83, “Kim & Jessie”. Forgot I...
How have I not heard of this? This looks FUCKING GREAT.
I wrote ‘Through the Looking Glass,’ please don’t tell.– I talk in my sleep. It’s embarrassing but I kind of like that I do it, because it always starts a funny conversation. This is the weirdest one to date. (via alisonagosti) My wife does this. I really need to start writing them down.
Stupid Fucking Hippies With Their Stupid Fucking... →
LA WEEKLY'S Write-up of my Occupy LA comedy show. →
joshandrosky: I’ve been fortunate in my young career to have been involved in a few press articles about comedy. None of them have been so well written… or even gotten the point… like this article. I’m so lucky. This is truly wonderful. I did this show and I second these things
stunned.and.stuttering: Thirteen Observations made... →
stunnedandstuttering: 1. If you work hard, and become successful, it does not necessarily mean you are successful because you worked hard, just as if you are tall with long hair it doesn’t mean you would be a midget if you were bald. 2. “Fortune” is a word for having a lot of money and for having a lot of luck, but…
Penny Arcade Sums It Up Nicely
“Even as an enthusiast, I don’t know that I entirely understand the appeal of Doctor Who. I have always suspected that I missing some vital continuum of data on account of my yanketude. There are episodes of the show which are objectively bad by any system of measurement. They sometimes (often!) change the LEAD ACTOR and all their friends so that you must to learn to like the show all...
This American Wife on NPR Today →
yachtrock: This American Wife is a featured topic on NPR’s Pop Culture Happy Hour show! Glen Weldon leads a discussion about our program - the segment starts at about the 38 minute mark. Not gonna lie, hearing my Robert Siegel impression play on NPR is a bit of a thrill.