Driver’s Education

Driver’s Education

Heading home from Spokane, Washington where I spoke to a gathering of superintendents and principals from across Washington State. Which is ironic considering that the last conversation I had with a high school principal was concerning the Driver’s Ed car and...
Stand Up and Remain Standing

Stand Up and Remain Standing

One of my favorite bits to watch the reaction to:  I ask my audiences, “Please stand up if you think you’re at least one of these three things — underpaid, overstimulated, or underappreciated.” Everybody stands up. Then I say, “Now please...
Discomfort = Growth

Discomfort = Growth

A reasonable takeaway from my years as a road comic:  I often found myself entering unpredictable situations, attempting to figure out how to compete with the pinball machine or the bartender who refuses to turn off the TVs but still expects a great show. What helped...
Acronym Absurdity

Acronym Absurdity

All companies have a certain love-hate relationship with their acronyms. True story: During my prep for a show I often ask companies for a list of their most-used acronyms. One company gave me their entire list, and get this — the first entry on the list was AA. You...

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