The Other Side Of Summer

It is officially the last week of summer. It ends Friday September 21st. Not Labor Day as the news people tend to tell us. Gone are the humid days, the boiling sun, the mosquitoes, the fleas. Getting into the hot car, blasting the A/C and opening the windows until it starts feeling cooler. The wild fires, the beach traffic, the man feet. Oh how I will not miss the man feet. Even the lady feet are getting to me.

Autumn is upon us. The leaves that need to be raked and bagged, the ragweed, the weeds, the application of fall fertilizer. The school buses stopping at every corner making me late for work. Halloween, Thanksgiving and the holiday traffic. The Christmas music that starts a month too early. The commercials that repeat every 30 seconds.

Don’t get me wrong. One of the nicest things about living in the northeast are the changing seasons. How people live in Florida in the wintertime is beyond me. Christmas is not about Santa Claus getting sun stroke in his Bermuda shorts and sandals. And the last thing I want to see is Santa’s man feet. Urgh..

Daily Theme Song:

Elvis Costello – The Other Side Of Summer http://youtu.be/ZXlnyRIhp4M

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About Stevie GB

57 year old stand up comedian from Long Island. My approach to comedy is telling the truth about being married, middle aged and living in the suburbs. I enjoy making people laugh without making them feel uncomfortable. My act is clean and clever. Featured in Newsday and on News12. Winner of the Huntington Arts Council Laff-off, 2006. 3rd place winner of LI Press Best of LI 2011, A regular on The Long Island Comedy Festival for 9 consecutive years. Opened for Dennis Miller, Louie Anderson, Kevin Pollak, Bobby Collins, Bob Nelson, Uncle Floyd, Kevin Meaney, and many more.
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3 Responses to The Other Side Of Summer

  1. Kevin Ryan says:

    Testing, testing 456

  2. dba says:

    I love Beach is….. Very in trusting one….

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