Killing six adults and twenty children in an elementary school is a pretty big asshole move. But what’s an even bigger asshole move is killing a bunch of people ON A FRIDAY! Really?
By: Josh Spector (of Connected Comedy)
One of the things I’d like to do a lot more of in the coming year on Connected Comedy is showcase some examples of creative things comedians are doing to grow their fanbase and showcase their comedy. Today I came across a perfect example.
Zach Takes over, then decides podcast's are for suckers. Tom can't seem to get a word in without being cut off by Corey and Zach. When he finally gets a chance Tom talks about taxes and write offs. Zach confesses to Comedy Classes, Carpentry and couch cushion noodles.
Bryan "Scoops" Miller joins us and talks about banana's, childhood in Metropolis. A rush of frogs. Why you never eat mayo in a condo. How to profile and mark when you are on TV. And some windy advice for the new guys.
Gus checks in after touring Mexico. Tom talks methadone. Gus remembers hating JimmyBuffet, how much you should have to pay to ruin a show, and Winger Minnesota.
Corey Adam performs live Comedy for people waiting in line for Black Friday Deals.
By Kelly Johnson
Novice and more experienced comics can find a home on stage at El Willy’s Vive in Coon Rapids.
The open mic event is staged Sundays at 10 p.m. at Willy’s Bar and Grill, 2501 Coon Rapids Blvd. N.W.
According to event organizer Corey Adam, El Willy’s Vive is the third longest running comedy show
in the Twin Cities.It is an opportunity for comics to take the stage and hone their craft. For the audience, it’s an opportunity to enjoy comedy without a
Brian has traveled many miles to discuss Drugs, being a young comic, saving your bringers, Rhode Island Vs Boston comedy, and supporting your family on the prowess of your dick Jokes.
Leah talks Politics, Military, and Sex toys
I stole a shirt from Goodwill last week. It was busy as shit with Halloween costume seekers.