Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Patrick's D-Baggers vs. Sarah's Teabaggers

Sarah Pie! How I love your squinty, piercing thoughtful eyes or desperate need of an ophthalmologist.

Holy shit you guys, our country is so frickin' awesome!

When I was growing up I was always told if you want to be successful in America, what you had to do was be kind, smart, and hardworking (and white).  Well, in recent months we continue to learn that you don't have to do any of that (but the being white part still does seem to be reeeeeeaaaaalllly helpful)!

If your anything like me, this is very welcome news.  I don't know about you, but I have very soft hands and they callus very easily.  Then when I get calluses, well you know, then I can't stop picking at them.  So my hands are all bloody and full of dead scabby skin -grodie.  Oh, and don't even get me started on the fatigue of "work." No, thank you.

Yes comrades, the secret is so much simpler, and I'll tell you what it is -right after the jump, of course.

THEATERONLINE.COM: Joan Rivers Live in Times Square!

So this was my first "article" as opposed to review for JOAN RIVERS LIVE IN TIMES SQUARE for  You can read my article on her show here.  Also, if you haven't seen Piece of Work, you really should.  Oh, and did I mention you can read my article here?  'Cause you can.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Patrick & Theresa Made Speech & Other Events (Like Lise & John's Wedding)

Ladies and gentlemen, last weekend something very important happened.

Yes, after writing this wildly hysterical comedy blog for (4) years (Has it really been (4) years you ask of your self and nod confidently with the knowledge that yes, it has in fact been (4) years.  Where does time go?) I was asked to perform my first professional bit of standup comedy.  I wasn't given very many details, but I was to wear a navy blue suit and the tie would be provided.  This was going to be a classy gig, I thought to myself.  White House Correspondents Dinner, perhaps?

Well, you'll see right after the jump.

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Labor Day Means A Day Off

In honor of the holiday, I'll be taking this week off. Labor Day means not working for a day because you earned it because you work the rest of the time and this makes sense for reasons I can't explain. There's also a big event this weekend. More on that coming soon!


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