By Sean L. McCarthy
Crowd work, in the hands of a lesser comic, is a crutch to kill time while making the audience feel like it's part of the act.
In the hands of an insult comic, the crowd serves a slightly more vital yet just as gimmicky role. Who are you? What do you do for a living?…Continue
I remember when starting comedy, how exciting it would be be make it to what I considered “The Big Time.” Every comedian has a different interpretation of what success means to them. At that time, I believed that once I had enough material, experience on the road, and exposure, the offers to perform comedy at clubs around the country would pour into my inbox. A television appearance…Continue
What ever happened to Roebuck? Anyway, do you think there is anyway that you can bring back Tough Skin jeans. I mean, with the onslaught of violence that is plaguing our world right now, or maybe there was the same amount of violence going on when I was a kid; however, we were protected by your fine product of Tough Skin jeans... I am just saying, today, kids have to wear:
It's like when you hear the term "He/She Stalked my page." Remember old school stalking, when stalking actually meant something, when you had to physically go out and put in work to stalk somebody? When you had to spray Lysol all over you body, because you didn't have any mosquito spray, and sit on a cinder block outside of someone's window for a month, sleep in a tent for the entire summer... and almost get shot, because when the moment was finally right, you got caught, and your only…Continue