Sure, comedy sounds like a dangerous thing. Comedians kill. Or they die. They will crush going up last. Or they will take the bullet going first. But those are all just metaphors for what goes on: Comedy. Making you laugh out loud.
I just got done with a tour of doing shows across mainland China. On the final night, in Beijing, the People’s Liberation Army was [click to continue…]
Previously, I proved to you that the hip-hop group Naughty By Nature was part of the evil organization known as The Illuminati. Now, meet Andre Young, aka Dr. Dre, aka hip-hop’s first billionaire. And dutiful servant of Satan.
That may seem like a wildly irresponsible accusation to throw out there, but hear me out. Dre made news last year by raking in several hundred million dollars when he sold his headphone company to Apple. But that’s nothing compared to his previous blockbuster deal where he sold [click to continue…]
My mind is blown!
The allure of live performance is the very real possibility that anything may happen. Taylor Swift dissing Katy Perry on stage; a comedian putting a heckler in their place; watching how Tiësto pushes the Play button this time in another six-hour “concert” of pre-recorded mixes. These things set apart a live performance experience from a .mp3 file or DVD or whatever it is that Tiësto does.
So when I’m doing a show at a club or theater or chemical weapons disposal facility, [click to continue…]
Nursery rhymes, in general, are the worst things anyone has contributed to the literary world. They almost always contain dark themes such as handicapped-animal mutilation (Three Blind Mice), infanticide (Rock-a-bye Baby) or even a possible murder-suicide (Jack and Jill). Remember, these are supposed to be read to really young children right before you turn off the lights.
But the “nursery rhyme” I have always hated the most was [click to continue…]