Monday, September 24, 2007

Appearance on The Bob & Tom Radio Show

Here is an edit from my appearance on The Bob & Tom Radio Show this morning. The other guest is comedian Mike MacRae. Here are two different segments from the show.

Part 1

Part 2 (I think this segment is funnier)

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Kenton, OH

Kenton, OH seems like a normal Midwestern city until you notice the Buckeye Firearms store located in the town square next to a tanning salon and Domino's Pizza.

Then I found out they have an annual event that draws over 10,000 people from across the world that they claim "has been one of the most exciting annual events in the Midwest". It used to be called the Kenton National Coon Dog Field Trial but recently changed the name to... drum roll, please... Kenton National Flea Market and Festival. Unbelievable. Granted most of the people that would attend a coon dog festival would also attend a flea market but is it really necessary to make it a national flea market?

If you pass through a trailer park with one farm house on the way to Kenton, you could be in Jumbo, OH.

Sunday, September 9, 2007

Newport News, VA

Cozzy's Comedy Club will never have a show like this one. Can you believe these three guys even have a sense of humor let alone can make total strangers laugh?

- John Betz, Jr. teaches Algebra with a degree from Duke;
- John Garrett was a CPA with a degree from Notre Dame;
- Mark Reiss studying Neuroscience at William & Mary.

Someone in the crowd took this picture so I figured I would show you the proof that I was there.

Saturday, September 1, 2007

Branson, MO (round 2)

I really don’t like Branson. Period. So much so that I cannot put it into words. Branson is a glamorous karaoke town. It is where American Idol performers will go to retire in ten years.

Unfortunately for me, the crowds do not like originality and creativity. In case you have never been to Branson, here are some pictures for you to get a feel for what it is like. Feel free to click on the pictures to enlarge them.