slow return to normalcy

I hope all of you are wearing at least three masks while reading this. Good news and bad news. In exchange for your first and fourth amendment rights, you will be receiving several stipends from daddy Trump. Also, my site is being updated, but it’s best you get several vaccines before viewing the new content. I’ve added some new podcast appearances. And shows are beginning to happen again. Hope to see you all soon. For everyone that social distances at a show I will request a sick audience member to cough in my mouth.

show cancellations due to genetic warfare

To avoid any de-ranking I won’t address the recent hullabaloo by name, but suffice it to say that the disease that Harvard scientist cooked up has had a big impact on the entertainment world, and all of my shows in late March have been cancelled or postponed. This is the worst thing to happen to comedy since the me too movement. What was I saying about de-ranking? Anyhow, stay tuned for updates. Hopefully, only the people who enjoy being sick will participate in this experiment, and the rest of us will resume our lives shortly.

headlining new club in Boulder!

Tonight I’m headlining a brand new comedy club called Laugh Lines in Boulder. I started in Boulder and I’m very excited that my first real club headlining gig (where I’m not a co-headliner) is back where I started. Tickets are sold out but if you have some amanita pantherina I can pull some strings for you.

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my first album

I just finished putting together my first album today. The tracks are taken from several performances, mostly at the Denver Comedy Works. I edited and mastered it myself, so please direct all complaints to the sound engineering team at Viacom Studios. I may re-release some of this material at a later date.

winnipeg comedy festival

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.