Podcast: Doug Loves Movies @ San Francisco Punch Line featuring Ngaio Bealum. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here.

[Dabbed up San Francisco. I don’t know what it means but I like it.]

"Bongs, Pumpkin Pot Pie" by Ngaio Bealum. Album: Pot’s Greatest Hits (A Stash of Stand-Up). Year: 2005. 

(Source: Spotify)

"The Truth About Drugs" by Eban Schletter. Album: The 21st Century Doomsday Spectacular. Year: 2012. 

[SF90s]

(Source: Spotify)


Weed! Weeeeeeed! Is it too late to pander to you people?

- Kevin Camia’s opening lines @ Polish Club/420 Show/SFCBF [Paraphrase]

Weed! Weeeeeeed! Is it too late to pander to you people?

- Kevin Camia’s opening lines @ Polish Club/420 Show/SFCBF [Paraphrase]

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Ivan Hernandez (“Powerful brown hands delicately remove the tortilla from the grill, a mound of crisp chorizo beside it. Hands which had delivered babies while firing weapons at nationalist armed groups ladle rice upon the flour surface, black beans following in a metaphor for the mixed race relations which had created his people. Avocado sliced in mathematically equal portions lay in parallels atop the mound, green as the fields of Mars before Or’lithikk the Sunderer brought forever desert to the planet. A dollop of sour cream, maintaining its thick consistency and cold despite being encased in heated meats due to a heretofore unexplained quirk of physics. Queso fresco lies across like the rubble left in an eastern European nation after civil strife. The chorizo burns almost black, the grease it emits equivalent to the blubber obtained from an infant gray whale. A spatula slides under the chunk of pig refuse and delivers it unto its cradle. A last bit of salsa completes the equation, spicy enough to register on the palate but mild enough not to upset the blandness of said palate. With movements practiced hundreds of thousands of times to maximize efficiency, hold, and consistency of bite, the burrito forms. And in less time than it takes to sew together this Frankenstein’s Monster of ethnic cuisine, it is eaten.”) [Today!]

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Ivan Hernandez (“Powerful brown hands delicately remove the tortilla from the grill, a mound of crisp chorizo beside it. Hands which had delivered babies while firing weapons at nationalist armed groups ladle rice upon the flour surface, black beans following in a metaphor for the mixed race relations which had created his people. Avocado sliced in mathematically equal portions lay in parallels atop the mound, green as the fields of Mars before Or’lithikk the Sunderer brought forever desert to the planet. A dollop of sour cream, maintaining its thick consistency and cold despite being encased in heated meats due to a heretofore unexplained quirk of physics. Queso fresco lies across like the rubble left in an eastern European nation after civil strife. The chorizo burns almost black, the grease it emits equivalent to the blubber obtained from an infant gray whale. A spatula slides under the chunk of pig refuse and delivers it unto its cradle. A last bit of salsa completes the equation, spicy enough to register on the palate but mild enough not to upset the blandness of said palate. With movements practiced hundreds of thousands of times to maximize efficiency, hold, and consistency of bite, the burrito forms. And in less time than it takes to sew together this Frankenstein’s Monster of ethnic cuisine, it is eaten.”) [Today!]

Sketch Saturday: “Sky Maul: Chess” by Kasper Hauser

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Greg Edwards (“Steak burrito cooked in weed butter w/ psychedelic mushrooms & ecstasy inside served to me by Molly Schminke as Princess Leah”) [54 Days Left]

[Photo by Ameen Belbahri]

San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival Countdown: Greg Edwards (“Steak burrito cooked in weed butter w/ psychedelic mushrooms & ecstasy inside served to me by Molly Schminke as Princess Leah”) [54 Days Left]

[Photo by Ameen Belbahri]


I smoke a lot of weed. It’s hard to tell because I cut my hair.

- Jules Posner @ Dirty Trix [Paraphrase]
[Photo by Sarah Tyler]

I smoke a lot of weed. It’s hard to tell because I cut my hair.

- Jules Posner @ Dirty Trix [Paraphrase]

[Photo by Sarah Tyler]

6/1. Hand to Mouth: Drugs @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. $5. 10PM. Featuring Will Franken, John Hoogasian, Joe Gorman and Coree Spencer. Hosted by Trevor Hill and James Fluty. 

Feed Your Joke Habit.
James Fluty and Trevor Hill present ‘Hand to Mouth’: a topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, political, or economic issue.
Junes’s Topic: Drugs!
Comedians Will Franken (“Best Alternative to Psychedelic Drugs” -SF Bay Guardian), John Hoogasian (Comedy Central), Coree Spencer (SF Sketchfest) and Joe Gorman (Punch Line, Cobbs) join James and Trevor in exploring addiction, drug use, substance abuse, self-medication and hallucination. All for the price of a nickel bag!

6/1. Hand to Mouth: Drugs @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. $5. 10PM. Featuring Will Franken, John Hoogasian, Joe Gorman and Coree Spencer. Hosted by Trevor Hill and James Fluty. 

Feed Your Joke Habit.

James Fluty and Trevor Hill present ‘Hand to Mouth’: a topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, political, or economic issue.

Junes’s Topic: Drugs!

Comedians Will Franken (“Best Alternative to Psychedelic Drugs” -SF Bay Guardian), John Hoogasian (Comedy Central), Coree Spencer (SF Sketchfest) and Joe Gorman (Punch Line, Cobbs) join James and Trevor in exploring addiction, drug use, substance abuse, self-medication and hallucination. All for the price of a nickel bag!

"The only thing to strengthen you against mushrooms is years of cocaine use."

— Mean Dave @ Vitus [Paraphrase]