It’s hard to describe my excitement for this episode. Poe Ballantine has been a writer I have loved since his first book, Things I Love About America. Though he is often compared to Bukowski and Kerouac I find him warmer, self effacing and human. His writing grabs you and often you have no…
I hate how everything is so cutesy indie tittyfuck right now. Shit is so safe and milquetoast. What a boring time to be alive. Everything’s either a saltine cracker, a novelty item, or a pink parade of assholes all curiously sporting the same exact pleats.
I don’t want another GG Allin pissing in my face or anything, but I really agree with this.
First and foremost, the story is completely fictional. Think about it for two seconds: the lady gets in everyone’s face on the airplane EXCEPT the guy who antagonizes her, to whom she writes a perfectly well-thought-out and easily-photographable note? Wouldn’t 7A be a window seat, and in that…
In light of my Twitter buffoonery today, I truly appreciate Dave’s sentiment on this “occurrence.” Also, let’s not forget the dude in question was a producer of the Bachelor…so not really a guy who would have a problem shoveling more forcefully/fictionally stirred shit into the world.
In case you were wondering, tapings of the highly anticipated @midnight at Comedy Central will be taking place in LA at Hollywood Center Studios starting tonight, then taping 4 nights a week.
You can get free tickets to a taping at the link, which is a thing we highly recommend that you do to see the likes of Mike Lawrence, Jackie Kashian, James Adomian, Andy Daly, Kyle Kinane, Tom Lennon, Kurt Braunohler, Ron Funches, Eugene Mirman, Natasha Leggero, Megan Neuringer, and more see who has the funniest take on the Internet that day/night.
Fools! I will be doing this on Thursday. Come to it. Come!