I’m in Canada for the first time doing the Winnipeg Comedy Festival all this week. I’ve gotten high twice and I still do not understand the culture around me. People here talk more about American politics than people in America do. It’s very friendly here but I suspect it may be friendly in the same way a Southern grandmother is: nice as can be and silently judging everything.
I recently sat down with Arin Silverstein and attempted to solicit mushrooms. You can listen to it here.
This week, December 24-31, I’m the comic of the week on Comedy 103.1 FM. This announcement provoked questions from my family such as: “what is FM?” and “do I have to pay for it?”. You can find the answers to these questions, and some jokes of mine, played every hour on the hour, at http://www.comedy1031.com/.
I’ve just added some content to the website which will be of much interest to the three people from Ukraine who have bookmarked my page. This last July I was part of an album recording that featured the best comedians in Denver who were available. You can hear me make some unresearched claims about the Clintons, among other things, on track 23. Also, I’ve added a link to the Middlename YouTube channel, where you can see me pretending to be a chef and a homeless guy.
The other day a comic asked me if I was on tour. I was eating cheese in a Holiday Inn outside of Albuquerque. So technically I was on tour. But to me, “on tour” implies throwing televisions out of hotel windows, group sex, and satanic rituals. So I’m reluctant to call what I do touring. What I do is sit in a hotel room, go tell jokes for a half hour, and then sit in the hotel room again. Ideally at some point in that framework I have time to eat some cheese.
Anyway, I’ve posted my shows here on the website. Come see me talk about cheese in person.
I just made this website because I was getting sick of telling people who ask me if I have a website that I really probably should have one. I’m going to post my schedule here and someday maybe even sell mugs and koozies.