My improv classes are really paying off.
“So tell me again: what do I do with my hands?” – that’s me at every concert. I just got back from seeing Sleater-Kinney, the wife’s favorite band. A few observations:
– The women’s bathroom line at a Sleater-Kinney show? Hottest thing ever: 50 angular cool girls who all hate me.
– The band still rocks
– That is all.
I’m hosting a new-old show tomorrow. Kyle Ayers and Will Winner invited me to co-produce the super successful “Game Night” and I’m humbled that they recognized my giant talent. We have a hell of a line-up: Ben Kronberg, Alexis Guerreros, Joel Kim Booster and Amber Nelson. If you’re reading this, I would love you to come. We’re going to have a lot of fun. Here’s the Facebook link.
The greatest compliment to Jon Stewart isn’t the dismay of his fans, or the sadness of his employer. It’s the huge relief of venal politicians, who – though they would never admit it – will be glad to see the back of him.
It’s #NationalBirdFeedingMonth: put out some breadcrumbs, grab those binoculars, and see if your hot neighbor is changing by the window.
It’s #NationalBirdFeedingMonth. This is a real thing, and in no way a money-making scheme cooked up by “Big Breadcrumb”.
It’s #NationalBirdFeedingMonth. Feed all of your feathered friends! Except pigeons, who we all hate. Because everyone is bird-racist.
It’s #NationalBirdFeedingMonth. Brought to you by Old Widow Breadcrumbs: “because he’s not coming back, but birds will if you feed them”.
It’s #NationalCannedFoodMonth. How to celebrate: 1) Find that one can of weird food in the cupboard. 2) Think about eating it. 3) Put it back.
It’s #NationalGrapefruitMonth. Some people think the Pomelo is a grapefruit. They’re worse than Hitler.
It’s #GreatAmericanPieMonth. Here are some of the many ways to celebrate:
1) Eat a pie. 2) See step 1.
It’s Thomas Edison’s birthday. Fun fact: he hated candles on his birthday cakes, and insisted they be wired to carry light-bulbs.
It’s #NationalMakeAFriendDay. Go out an make a new pal. But don’t tell them why you’re doing it. You’ll sound very weird.
It’s Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. Celebrate the freedom he cherished by doing whatever you want today. Maybe not the theater, though.
It’s Charles Darwin’s birthday! Every year we celebrate in almost the same way, but with small changes to slowly make it better over time.