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Here’s what I’m doing in October.

I’ll be in Virginia working as a full-time Volunteer for the Barack Obama campaign. (He’s running for president, folks.)

I’ll blog about my adventures. But not here. I’m keeping a blog on the Obama site.

As a result of being not in New York, I won’t be having any improv shows. Sorry!

There will still be more Bassist Wanted’s coming though, so stay tuned there.

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See me perform in January

So it’s 2009. Everything’s changed.

Except me performing most every week at UCB with my group, The Scam. That has not changed.

Why not come see me sometime?

Other things that have not changed:

  • Friday Night Lights: still teetering on the edge of good and disappointing
  • Barack Obama: still actually did get elected president (for real)
  • Vampires: still a threat

****UPDATE****

See this post for details, but the schedule above is now moot like a poot. Here’s the correct list of my shows:

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See me perform in February

Boy howdy, are there some fun shows to see in February!

In addition to Ye Olde Reuben Williams Comedy Houre, (almost) every Saturday at 10:30 at UCB, I get to be a guest at the world-famous Comic Book Club!

This is exciting for two reasons:

  1. I am a nerd for the Comic Book Club, and listen to their podcast most every week.
  2. I’ll also have my new Bassist Wanted book in tow that night, and will have a planned impromptu book release party/signing after the show at some bar TBD. More on that soon.

So come to the show(s), buy a book and listen to this:

While I have not found the right girl to marry yet, I have found the right band for my wedding. And it is those guys. (Thanks to Pat for the link!)

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See me perform in March

UPDATED: I just added that Kaleidoscope show, which came to my attention after I wrote this post!

Here in NY, March has already come in like a Nazi-like lion accompanied by a lockstepped herd of hyenas, blanketing us with 10 inches of snow.

And in response to the cruel fate dealt to us by Punxsutawney Phil’s evil, evil Shadow, I’ve decided to… do several regularly scheduled comedy shows!

Come to them!

New York City’s resident groundhog Staten Island Chuck, on the other hand, claimed to NOT see his shadow and then BIT THE MAYOR:

So which is the most frightening land mammal? That which possesses sinister magicks allowing it see our future, or that with a mighty bloodlust for fiscally-conservative/socially-liberal billionaires?

The answer is neither. This is the most frightening land mammal.

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  • It's a book of Bassist Wanted strips, my comic about music. You can also more books and other stuff at my store.
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