“I recently moved to Oakland. I can’t tell if I’m helping or hurting… Everything I know about Oakland I learned in Sunset Magazine and Too $hort songs. It’s farmers’ market during the day and cold-blooded prostitution at night.”—Scott Skinner @ Stork Club/Storking Comedy[Paraphrase]
Karen Kilgariff (@KarenKilgariff, Mr. Show, writer/head writer on 100 shows) and I watch the one where Screech’s parents go to Graceland, and after Violet breaks Mama Screech’s Elvis statue, the gang try to come up with ways to raise $250 to buy a new one.
First there was Crime and Punishment, then there was The Great Gatsby. Now Sparky Sweets, PhD is bringing his considerable insight and love of literature to bear on Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird.
[By coincidence, Huffington Post gives respect to a multitude of Bay Area comedians, but this time it’s extra sweet. Greg Edwards has always been a fan/supporter of the blog/blogger and it’s heartwarming to see some shine on a genuinely golden individual. Check out Thug Notes and the article and have a nice day.]
[The inaugural offering on our y-chromosome predecessors and the craziness therein contained. Miller tells her own paternal story, which, in its many twists and turns, is told in classic candor and Miller macabre. A good listen.]
“I’m kind of in a rut; I’m not doing super great. I recently took a narcissism personality disorder quiz online. It was the first link that came up while I was googling myself.”—Walker Glenn @ Stork Club/Storking Comedy (Full Set: Here @ 01:49:10)