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Daily rants about life in the suburbs

No Respect

Rodney Dangerfield made a living at getting no respect, yet he became one of the most respected stand-up comedians in history. This doesn’t take away from the fact that Rodney was absolutely correct. Stand-up comedy is the lowest form of … Continue reading

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What’s my Name

What’s in a name? Surnames can be tough. Ask NY Congressman Andrew Weiner. I feel bad for some women who decide to take on their husband’s name. I knew a girl named Eileen Lipshitz. She should have been happy to lose … Continue reading

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That’s Life

THIS IS A TRUE STORY : I have been following this dream of stand-up comedy for a long time now. I actually started in 1991, quit for a few years. Went back again for a brief moment in 1993, quit … Continue reading

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Tears of a Clown

I used to laugh everyday. Laughing was my favorite thing to do. Since I have been doing stand up comedy on a regular basis, I hardly laugh anymore. I don’t know why? Maybe from being around it all the time I … Continue reading

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Under Pressure

Few things motivate me more than a deadline. I probably would have made a good journalist. Without a deadline I procrastinate. My next one man show has been floating around my head for sometime, but I can’t seem to commit … Continue reading

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Deja Vu all over again

The more things change, the more they stay the same. The NY Yankees in the post season, politicians making promises, threats of a harsh winter, and the leaves are turning color again. Did you ever get the feeling that you … Continue reading

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Once in A Lifetime

They say we only live once. This is it. One shot. That’s a lot of pressure to do everything right. How much thought should we really put into this concept? Should we spend more time thinking about our actions, and … Continue reading

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