This episode I double up and do a review of South Park's newest episode along with jokes from my last week in Atlanta. Breaking down the triggering mechanisms meant to keep us from reforming our world is tough, fortunately comedians exist. I have brand new beer coasters you can get at https://hugepianist.com subscribe and share the podcast por favor! email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I finally cracked the code to the duck joke and it's pretty amazing how it happened. I read a lot of awesome listener e-mails and go off some tangents. Thanks for listening! I'm at the Atlanta punchline this weekend https://hugepianist.com for your own case closed beers open hand made wooden coasters.
As promised I will review every new episode of South Park. This week's was great because it touched on the culpability of the group for the actions of an individual. Awesome episode. Comment and share unless you don't even care AT ALL!! https://hugepianist.com for tour dates!
In this episode i go back to my roots and analyze one joke trying desperately to make it work. It was a joke I thought I had, but after some great talks with a Lebanese dude, a gay dude on twitter, and a good look at my own faulty assumptions I gave it another show. I also reviewed the book "The Dorito effect" by Mark Schatzker. Unbelievable book. Read it! If you don't have time just listen to me describe it. Powerful info. huge pianist.com for tour dates. Coming up I have Lake Placid, Atlanta, Brea, and NY. Come out! You can also support me and the podcast by buying me a beer at https://hugepianist.com or just share it with friends and comment on iTunes to feed the algorithm nation. Much love! Thanks for listening!
Since moving to Saranac Lake I've had less guests on because famous comedians don't live here and I always figured people want famous guests. I rethought that, and realized that most famous people have identical thoughts on just about everything. The listeners of this podcast seem to really enjoy the quest for human knowledge through the perspectives of different people. This week I chat with a combat vet who served in Afghanistan. He has an unbelievably interesting and shocking take on our motivations for war in the middle east and it will open your eyes to what could actually be happening. He's an unbelievable guy who's also featured this week on our other podcast "case closed beers open." thanks for all the support. E mail me at email@example.com I'm at cleveland Improv all weekend come! buy yourself some handcrafted wooden beer coasters at https://hugepianist.com subscribe and comment on iTunes unless you hate puppies