Tuesday, November 25, 2008

A Team Of Eight Bluvbands

Pat Baer started this, inspired by an IRC post.

You are on an improv team with 7 clones of you.

1. What is your team name?

2. What song do you come out to?

3. What are your warm ups?

My Answers:


2. "Keep Fishin'" by Weezer

3. 7 Things, Follow the Follower, Enemy & Protector, Beastie Boys/Hotsopt

Update On Life

1. I now live in Harlem with two ladies.

2. I got a flew shot.

3. I was roughed up by a man with a tiny dick.

4. I finished the entire first season of True Blood.

5. My new enemy has become the kitchen sink.

6. I was recently reminded that I have awesome friends.

7. I'm using a cookbook as a mousepad.

8. With the help my father, I built a desk, a bookshelf, an office chair and a reading lamp.

9. My mom is moving to Florida.

10. In A World... has two shows left at UCB, and a show on the 12th at Creek and the Cave. You should all check it out, because its a really awesome show.

11. Talking out your problems with someone who will listen is good. Never wallow.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

In A World...

Please come see my 600 class' first show at UCB tonight at 11PM. It's a really great cast, and I'm super excited to be apart of it. The show features Dan Black, Joey Burns, Sarah Claspell, Rob Cuthill, Hallie Haglund, Ashley Hale, Katey Healy- Wurzburg, Abbi Jacobson, Johnny McNulty, Dana Patton, Curtis Retherford, Stephen Michael Rondel, Christopher Scott, Caitlin Tegart, Paul Welsh and myself.

Only $5, but its free with your Harold Night ticket.

Topo Gigio Is So Cute!

(Thanks, Bridget!)

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Oh, Mom

After the election results last night, I sent my super republican parents a text message letting letting them know that Obama won. This is the response my mom sent back:

"I know U smarty pants. Your allowance just decreased, my love."

Not A Dream

I woke up this morning and Barack Obama was still president. How awesome is that? I am so happy right now. I was watching his speech last night, and all I was thinking about was how I couldn't believe that something this monumental was actually happening. It felt like a movie. It reminded me of how people who grew up in the 60's talked about listening to someone like Robert Kennedy, and it made me really excited to be living in this time where truly anything is possible. Way to be, America! We did it!

Monday, November 3, 2008

An Amazing Sketch

(Via Chris Gethard)