Anyone who bombs is my friend.
Buddha, much like everyone else has good and bad days.
I am the the type to have a personal experience with a celebrity, but I'm too classy to bring that up.
I basically did comedy there for about a year, and then moved to New York. If I had it to do over again, I would have booked myself on the road for at least a year.
I did end up doing substitute teaching, but there's not a lot of teaching involved in that.
I do not like sports, unless you consider treating all humankind with love and respect a sport.
I don't know any astronauts. There are a lot of people who say they want to be comedians.
I don't really know much about pirates, or pirate culture. I'd be a contrarian pirate.
I got access to a private tour of the zoo. I got to go in a cage with a koala, which I highly recommend.
I guess there seems to be clubs opening up again, which is strange.
I had some friends that tried it down there, and I went to a couple of open mics, and I just kind of got this... this sick urge to try it instead of just watching it.
I had temping jobs also. I liked the flexibility. There was no asking for time off; you just didn't work.
I liked the koala, wallaby, and I chilled with a kangaroo a bit. There was a wombat that I quite enjoyed also.
I love chicken. I would eat chicken fingers on Thanksgiving if it were socially acceptable.
I mean, I guess I realized subconsciously that this is what I should be doing before I realized it, consciously. Verbally, I don't think I had committed to it, even though I was driving everywhere, every night, just trying to get on stage.
I mean, I guess I started during the comedy boom, so it was literally like, on Sunday you could decide you wanted to be a comic, and on Monday, you could be on stage.
I mean, I've had bartenders and waiters and waitresses make a comment about a joke of mine, like pointing out some sort of logic error or something that I've never even thought about, and they're right.
I must have done everything I had. You go through years where you go through everything you've ever written.
I once sat next to Jim from Wild Kingdom on a flight from Atlanta. I find mentioning that opens a lot of doors.
I thought they may have presumed too much knowledge of certain things for people who are not comedians. Like Montreal. A comic understands what it is and its importance, but someone else may not know about it.
I was probably just trying to be Dennis Miller, but without the vocabulary to actually be Dennis Miller. I guess I was just less interesting than I am now, if I am interesting at all.
I will not be misquoted!
I would call it a comedy variety show. We have some people just doing straight standup. We usually try to have one musical act of sort. So its just people being funny in different ways, not just sketch, not just standup, not just characters, all of those things.
I'm particularly proud of my reluctance to share my dreams with anyone.
I'm traveling the world, ripping rooms apart with my stupendous comedy.