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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Vacation in My Own City
Labor Day weekend looms and Christian is finally home for more than 24 hours (@&*^%!) since mid-July. We plan to celebrate his presence by staying close to home and enjoying some of the sites our fair City has to offer.

If you were visiting New York, what would you like to do?

Some of our possiblilites include:
-- The Museum of the Moving Image which is literally right around the corner from our apartment. Coincidentally, they are hosting a special screening of The Thing About My Folks (see yesterday's entry) and also have a special exhibit on Gumby and stop-motion animation (see my August 27th entry below).

-- A cruise on the New York Water Taxi from Hunter's Point (also very close to our apartment) to Chelsea Piers. The cheap commute allows some of the most beautiful views of the city and the quickest way to the west side pier for an early dinner.

-- A day trip to the Bronx Zoo and, on the way home, a stop at the Conservatory Garden. I really want to see the gorilla and butterfly exhibits.

-- A visit to the Guggenheim and / or the newly re-opened Museum of Modern Art. I can't believe I've never been to either in all the years I've visited and/or lived here.

-- One or more of the walking tours available. So many to choose from that I may end up getting bogged down by choices and do none of them as a result.

Then there's the Cloisters, a Yankees game, locating our apartment from the Empire State Building, any number of plays and who knows what else.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

One for Cindy Adams' Column
42nd Street Loews, Christian Finnegan (Chappelle's Show, VH1's Best Week Ever) and I walk in to see Paul Reiser chatting casually. Nearby a young hip, urban guy sees Christian walk in and an excited wave of recognition sweeps across the young kid's face. As we walk away, the kid looks around for someone to share the news with. Meanwhile, TV LEGEND Peter Falk cheerily greets Paul Reiser. The kid never even pays them mind as they head up to their special screening of their joint effort The Thing About My Folks.

Only in New York, kids, only in New York.

We were there to see The Aristocrats (featuring the aforementioned Paul Reiser) which was so hilariously vulgar and awesome. I loved Doug Stanhope's baby, Martin Mull just makes me want to hug him...for years I've just wanted to give him a big old squeeze, and Lisa Lampenelli - besides being a genuinely nice woman - never ceases to crack me up.

Off to let Bonfire of the Vanities and red wine lull me to sleep.

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Monday, August 29, 2005

Quick Links
In case you aren't a comments reader, here a couple of links you might be interested in:

-- trnorton.com/pdplog.html - Has a promo of the new animated show Moral Orel (View the post.)

-- Funshirts.com - Has original tees designed by Frank Marciuliano for sale. A new, better site is being developed. (View the post.)


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Comedy Central Presents: Christian Finnegan
Watch Comedy Central tomorrow night at 7:30 PM EST when my boyfriend/client, comedian Christian Finnegan, gets philosophical about Monopoly and gives us his rendition of the "birds & the bees" talk in this half-hour stand-up special.

It's a year since the taping and five months since its premiere, but it's timeless.

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Sunday, August 28, 2005

The Latest Ballyhoo
The August 28th Newsletter has been published. Want to get it in your inbox? Email me.

Come out, come out where ever you are!

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Saturday, August 27, 2005

Meet Moral Orel
While in LA, I met up with my friend Sarah. Sarah is a stop motion animator for Robot Chicken and the yet-to-premiere show Moral Orel, a new show by Dino Stamatopoulos (Mr. Show, TV Funhouse).

She invited me to tour the studio where Moral Orel is being created. I knew stop motion was a long, tedious process but seeing it up close and personal really puts it into perspective. An entire day's work results in about six seconds (SIX!!!) of film. I watched the rough cut of the first two episodes which already are pretty funny. Dino's young daughter (4 or 5?) was watching with me while playing with Paquita and every time the little boy made a noise she would tell me, "THAT'S ME!!!" Turns out she did the voice over for that character. Neat.

Here's the scene Sarah was working on:

Moral Orel is slated to premiere Sunday, November 13, at 12:15 AM on Adult Swim.

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Friday, August 26, 2005

I'm Running on Fumes!
I slept so restlessly all night worrying that I would oversleep. ARGH, the irony!

The Today Show segment went off without a hitch. In fact, it was the Best Segment Ever! (Sorry.) Matt Lauer was the segment host this time as Katie is on vacation. A joke I co-wrote made it on the air, too!

One piece was about celebrities naming their babies weird names like Apple (Gwyneth Paltrow), Inspektor Pilot (Jason Lee), Poem (Punky Brewster), etc. My co-written joke was "Jerry Seinfeld just named his boy 'Shephard' which in Hebrew means, 'Please give me a wedgie'."

From left to right: Matt Lauer, Christian Finnegan, Chuck Nice & Sherrod Small

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Items Number One Through Five
First: Tune in to the Today Show this morning at 7:41 AM when Christian Finnegan, Chuck Nice and someone else (Rachael Harris, maybe? She's in town but she was just on the Today Show yesterday.) do a Best Week Ever segment. In case you miss it, I'll take photos and recap as usual. (I'll do anything for a free ride in to the City and breakfast on NBC's dime.)

Second: Todd Levin did kill at his taping of Premium Blend for Comedy Central. No joke. So did Craft Services. I stuffed myself on steak, a freshly roasted turkey, chocolate things and cherry tomatoes. It was Todd I went to see on the night I met Christian. Todd hadn't been doing stand up that long, so it's very cool to see him just a few short years later completely win the crowd with his crafty writing and performance.

Third: Here's a picture of my Tits tee. (That phrase just scored me a million more Google hits.) Thanks Frank Marciuliano for the shirt!You can buy your own on Ebay, I think. I'll try to find out about his original orgy shirts, too. (See yesterday's entry for more on Frank and his designs.)

Fourth: Here's that ticked off eel that lives at China 1. It was thrashing about and biting the water revealing its third row of vertically lined razor sharp teeth. Freaky.

Fifth: Here's Rule of 3 Productions and me at the This Isn't Working after party. From left to right: Francesco Marciuliano (Writer), Carol Hartsell (Producer/Designer), Jefferson Jowdy (Director) and me (Nobody).

I gotta go to bed. My car is due in 6 hours!

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Thursday, August 25, 2005

Premium Blend Season Umpteen Million
Wow, has it been a year already? Tonight is the taping of yet another season of Comedy Central's Premium Blend. Christian and I will be hanging back in the green room watching our pal Todd Levin kill.

Another after party. Oof.

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The show has officially wrapped. There was at least one reviewer in the audience and a casting agent from Warner Brothers, too.

Frank Marciuliano (Francesco's father) was there. Frank is an award-winning graphic designer, one-time pornography T-shirt illustrator and self-described Renaissance Man. He gave me a t-shirt that reads "Tits" on the front.

Frank is also the "Dad" in the outlandish and true transcripts written by Francesco and entitled "Conversations With Dad" on DrinkatWork.com (Read a conversation).

By the way, China 1 is a terrific spot for a private party. The lounge is super sexy and they have a fish tank with a scary looking eel in it. The owner, Andrew, is a dream to deal with. That's saying something in New York. Venues around here are notorious for being difficult and disorganized meanies.

After the wrap party, Christian & I were on the hunt for a steakhouse. I had the biggest hankering for juicy red meat. During our stroll, we passed Betsey Johnson. She and I both smiled and said hello but didn't stop. She's so cute. Christian knew who she was which made me raise my eyebrows in suspicion. Why would he know a fashion designer for women? Hmm...

We strolled in to Steak Frites in Union Square. Their tuna tartare was out of this world, our waiter was super friendly, my filet mignon was soft and tasty and everything was pretty reasonably priced. (Two glasses of wine, one beer, two entrees, one side, one appetizer and dessert all for $125 after tax and tip.)

Photos will be posted later.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Since I'm into reviewing things lately...
40 Year Old Virgin was just what I had expected. I thought it was genuinely funny with sincerity and likeability despite the overt sexism, bawdyness and a few jokes that fell a bit flat. It was really well done all around. A great summer comedy.

Hustle & Flow was also good. Amazing performances were turned in by everyone. Every single one. My only complaint has nothing to do with writing or acting. The movie is flawed. Majorly. The lead, the hero, is a pimp. The rap single he's trying to "pimp" is titled "Whoop that Trick" because, you know, some bitches gots to be smacked so they's work that ass for you. (Insert "proper misuse" {i.e. "ghetto"} of English here.) As the hero, he must be endearing. Terrance Howard succeeds by leaps and bounds, but . . . the dude's a pimp and one of his bitches totally back talks him and the dude doesn't "whoop" her. He doesn't even spit on her. Puh-lease. Even I would have knocked her in her cunt and thrown her sorry ass baby out -- kid was in a car seat, yo. So, there's the flaw...a movie hero can't go around beating hookers senseless if we are to like him but occasionally -- in reality -- that's what a pimp does. Ignore that and the movie is great.

Okay, enough trying to sound urban (gross).

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How NOT to Write a Memoir
The Glass Castle is a beautiful example of how to write the story of a life. Jay Mohr's Gasping for Airtime is not. In brief, the book is about his two years as a featured player on Saturday Night Live. Mohr breezes too quickly through anything that has the potential to be remotely interesting or meaty. He makes himself sound like a whiny, lazy, insecure, jealous kid impatient with his slow rise to fame. Hopefully he has matured since then -- I am sure he has since he seems comfortable with exposing what a spoiled child he was while in NBC's employ.

What really turned me off to him was his nonchalant re-telling of how, on the rare occasion he made it on stage, he broke character and laughed out loud. Please. Don't. It's not that funny. Ever.

He never really offers up any juicy dirt, preferring to be deferential and not burn any more bridges. Although I understand that reasoning (I do it here every day for free), it makes for a very dull read. The dude got paid to dish. Hell, even in my amateur and restricted essay I managed to disclose some very uncomfortable truths. The stories he does tell are rushed -- some relegated to a mere paragraph or two -- and not remotely funny or poignant or interesting. I would be curious to meet him and find out if he has more to share but was afraid of repercussions or if his booze- & pot-fueled, Klonopin-aided stupor clouded his memory.

So who should read this book? The 20 or so people SNL hires for this next season. But if you still want to, it will only take you about 6 to 8 hours to read. Very simple, brief writing.

There is my take on book five of my summer reading. Next up: Bonfire of the Vanities.

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Monday, August 22, 2005

Gothamist Interview
Woke up today to read this awesome interview with Francesco Marciuliano, author of the oft discussed (by me, at least) This Isn't Working, the comic strips Sally Forth and Medium Large, and contributor to DrinkatWork.com. He talks about his comic strips, the Fringe Festival and lots of other stuff.

This Wednesday marks the final performance of This Isn't Working. Details on tickets and the wrap party are on my calendar.

Best Week Ever Live
Tonight at 8:00 PM at UCB is another installment of Best Week Ever Live. Details for the show are also on my calendar.


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Saturday, August 20, 2005

Back in the New York Groove
Since our trip was mostly all business, I have nothing more exciting to share* than this photo from one of our all too numerous drives:

*Not true but the exciting things aren't for public consumption. Sad face.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Laugh Factory Showcase
Last night's showcase was terrific. Christian did well considering he hasn't done stand up in over two weeks due to his film shoot in Chicago. I was disappointed, though, that he had to open the show. The audience wasn't fully warmed up and some industry hadn't gotten there yet. But, overall, it was a success. Paquita and I took a stroll up Sunset Blvd today spent a few hours at the pool while Christian went to three meetings at various movie and television production companies.

Tonight is dinner with one of Christian's managers, my friend Sarah (a stop motion animator for the hilarious show Robot Chicken) and her boss. Then we're off to Best Week Ever Live at UCB Theatre at 11:00 PM for only $5.00 and starring Christian Finnegan, Greg Fitzsimmons, Paul Scheer and Danielle Schneider. Come on out if you're here in LA. Note: the 8:00 show is sold out.


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Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Summer Reading
Since June 23rd, I've completed four books (Glass Castle, The Tipping Point, Washingtonienne and Harry Potter & the Half Blood Prince {Good, but this is the second consecutive time JK Rowling has killed off a major character and second consecutive time I guessed it -- officially and out loud --before starting page one. Bummer.}) and am hoping to complete five (Gasping for Airtime by Jay Mohr) and begin six (Bonfire of the Vanities) while on my trip to LA. This is the most reading I've done in years -- I'm thinking way back to junior high when I still lived in the woods. I love that I've rediscovered the time to give myself the pleasure.

We've also stocked up on three movie rentals: Saw (mwahahaha), Hotel Rwanda and the Aviator. The last two will be classy enough to make up for the indulgence of a good old fashioned horror flick, although I haven't heard good things about it, so we'll see.

Paquita is coming along this time. It's only $50 each way for her to fly Jet Blue. For such a short trip, I figure the $100 is worth saving myself the hassle of taking her to her dog sitter's and the expense of buying him dinner after I pick her up. (Sorry, Keith! Play date instead?) She totally knows she's going and so does her blue ball. EVERY time we go away, it suddenly disappears. Weird. To keep her occupied as she paces from bag to bag sniffing its contents, I've sent her on missions to, "Go get your ball!" She frantically searches fruitlessly.

Where the hell is that thing?

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Monday, August 15, 2005

The first review is in and . . .
It's a RAVE!

From critic Sharon Fogarty, "Talented writer Francesco Marciuliano, author of the nationally syndicated comic strips Sally Forth and Medium Large (available weekdays at www.DrinkatWork.com), has gathered some of the best comic actors I've seen in a while to present his four short plays, or long sketches, about job dissatisfaction . . . Marciuliano's one-liners, clever comebacks, and deep wit do point to a very gifted satirist."

[Read the whole review.]

Congratulations to the cast, crew & production team!

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Sunday, August 14, 2005

Ballyhoo Newsletter
The August 14, 2005, Ballyhoo Promotions Newsletter has been published. Read it, won't you?

Pllleeeezzz. I worked really hard on it, I promise!

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Saturday, August 13, 2005

Remember that Website I Mentioned?
It has launched! After another million hours loading content, drafting copy, inserting links and photos and on and on and on, award winning novelist Edith Layton has a beautiful, brand new website just in time to announce the release of TWO new books. Take a tour of the site by clicking here.

Be sure to check it often for personal notes from Edith, a chance to win great prizes, exclusive updates and where she will be appearing across the country.

Design courtesy of the talented Bob Shea of Perfectly Nice.

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Friday, August 12, 2005

My Work Week in Review
As my cousin correctly summed up, I am busier than a cat covering crap on a tile floor! So, to re-cap: there's the Fringe show, the wrap party planning, an amazing new site for Edith Layton that I've spent *at least* 40 solid hours on in the last week -- no joke (ugh), TVLand's Game Time, Best Week Ever Live in LA, Eden Court the movie, the weekly show Giant Tuesday Night of Amazing Inventions and Also There is a Game!!!, and a new task: a benefit comedy show on August 31st at Caroline's on Broadway. I'll post that info once I get the go-ahead.

*Deep breath* Amazingly, I feel relatively stress free. I guess I'm finally doing the right thing in life by being my own boss.

Tonight I'm going out with my friend Keith to see Wedding Crashers, have a nice dinner and to see Cole Kazdin's show, My Year of Porn. I've been waiting to see this show since she invited me last July. I was traveling and her show was in Brooklyn so I never made it. Happily, the show is getting rave reviews and an extended run in Manhattan, making it easier for me to catch her performance. So, a fun night is ahead of me and a half day of work already behind me.

Waiting for the other shoe to drop.

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Thursday, August 11, 2005

Hey, West Coasters
Here's where I'll be and part of what I'm busy working on:

Laugh Factory
8001 Sunset Blvd (corner of Sunset and Laurel)
Los Angeles, CA
Call 323-656-1336 ext. 1 for reservations (highly recommended)

Best Week Ever Live
UCB Theatre (LA)
11:00 PM


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Wednesday, August 10, 2005

It's a Wrap Party
Join the cast and crew of This Isn't Working at China 1 (fka No. 1 Chinese) on Wednesday, August 24, 2005, immediately after their final show at 6:30 PM. Present your ticket stub at the bar and receive a free Svedka Vodka cocktail. Didn't make the show? No matter, we'll all enjoy $3.00 beer and the company of the talented group that makes up this hilarious production.

Sponsored by Svedka Vodka.

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Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Countdown to Curtain
The 2005 New York International Fringe Festival is almost underway so life is a hectic blur. Besides assembling press kits, emailing releases, mailing invites, planning the wrap party and submitting listings for This Isn't Working, I'm also hard at work on a beautiful new website for a certain woman that I hope to unveil by week's end, promoting TVLand's Game Time and getting the word out about Christian's film role (see yesterday's post). So much for a lazy summer! I have managed to read three books this summer whilst riding the subway -- testament to how much errand running around the City I'm doing!

I leave for LA next Tuesday -- taking Paquita and staying on Sunset Blvd. in true Hollywood style. I don't know if last year's trip (here and here) can be topped, but it will be good to escape the City for a few days even if it's a business trip. For you West Coast readers, I'll be at the Laugh Factory on the 16th & UCB Theatre for Best Week Ever Live on the 17th.

Come on out!

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Monday, August 08, 2005

Eden Court the Movie
New York, NY - Christian Finnegan was cast in the independent feature film Eden Court produced by Printers Row Pictures and starring Thomas Lennon (Reno 911), Kimberly Williams-Paisley (Father of the Bride and According to Jim) and Stephnie Weir (MadTV).

Based on a screenplay written by Murphy Guyer, and originally produced for the stage in New York and other cities, Eden Court is a coming of age comedy about a former baseball player in search of a more meaningful life than his current trailer park existence has to offer.

Paul Leuer, a Chicago-area native, is the founding member of Printers Row Pictures, and serves as the Producer and Director for Eden Court. Production began two weeks ago in Chicago, IL and is scheduled to wrap August 14, 2005.

Read the official press release.


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Thursday, August 04, 2005

Comedy Central Just Presented Tom Shillue
Tom Shillue's 1/2 hour special is on Comedy Central right now. He taped his special with the same audience as Christian, so I had the pleasure of seeing him perform live. I missed the original airing but thanks to his newsletter, I knew to tune in tonight for the re-run.

And, hey, I'm in it! Nobody mentioned it that night but just they cut to me laughing at one of his jokes. I feel kind of bad. If I were him, I wouldn't want my pal's girlfriend in the shot. Sorry, Tom, but I promise I was way in the back. And, you were great, by the way! Tom is a super guy and is practically guaranteed to have a sitcom deal one day.

Tom also came by to the big fundraising party Monday night benefiting the production of This Isn't Working thanks to my newsletter. Tickets for the show are on sale now, so come on down and support live Fringe theater. Here are the details:

For anyone who's been told "Sick days are for the weak" comes This Isn't Working, Rule of 3's production of short comedies drawn from the merger between professional crisis and personal hell. Written by Francesco Marciuliano, the nationally syndicated cartoonist behind Sally Forth, directed by Jefferson Jowdy, and produced as part of the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival.

The Connelly Theater
220 East 4th Street
New York, NY 10009

Visit www.thisisntworking.com for more info about the cast, crew and production dates.

Saturday, August 13th - 12:00 PM
Sunday, August 14th - 7:00 PM
Monday, August 15th - 3:00 PM
Friday, August 19th - 9:15 PM
Wednesday, August 24th - 5:15 PM


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Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Funny How Things Happen in Three's
First, I read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls and identified closely with the author and her relationship with her father. Rachel loaned it to me after she came across my essay. Rachel has been so kind in encouraging me to take my story to the next level, but, wow, Ms. Walls set the bar high and covered so many similar themes...I don't know that I could expound on it now without always worrying that my story sounded too much like hers. That's when Christian reminded me, "Yeah, but your parents are deaf." I guess I always take that part for granted. That's enough of a difference right there, I suppose. Anyway, I highly recommend her touching and remarkable memoir. Thanks, Rachel, for spreading the good word. [Read Rachel's interview with the author.]

Second, the night I finished reading it, I threw a party at Siberia (see yesterday) and hung out with Tracy who talked about his dad being in jail where he picked up sign language...which of course leads me to tell him how my deaf dad is in jail. Tracy says, "Ha! I thought you were just some girl. Turns out you're a real woman!" "Huh?" I ask. "I thought you were just a flack! You know just some PR person." Then he picked gave me a huge bear hug lifting me off the ground.

He offered to help me spring my dad out of the clink to which I replied, "You know what? I kind of like him there. I know where he is. He isn't hurting anyone and I don't get 3:00 AM phone calls from random drunk women 'interpreting' for him." He got it; no explanation needed. Feeling a little guility, I sent $50 to my dad's inmate trust fund the next day (yesterday) for some strawberry ice cream.

Third, today Christian got booked to headline in Houston around Christmas-time. He's on my dad's visitor list, so we'll be going to visit Dad in Hunstville for the first time since his conviction. Gulp. Christian is excited to meet him and I am excited to go and, well, honestly I just can't wait to be in a prison visiting room. I've never really wished more than just regular work for me and Christian and for us to have a secure future. But, I can't lie: I hope the guards recognize Christian from the tee vee. This Christmas is going to rule!

I wonder how many PR people just need a big old hug?

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Tuesday, August 02, 2005

I'm Happier than a Hungry Fox in a Hen House
I woke up sore in really weird places. That's always a sign of a good time.

It was hotter than a goat's butt in a pepper patch but 100 (or more!) people didn't let that stop them from trekking out on a Monday night to hang out in the basement of Siberia. Big thanks to Tracy Westmoreland for the use of his perfect multi-purpose party space. [Read my clients' full report complete with pictures.]

I was in my Manhattan office yesterday, so I had to have a car take me crosstown. Rather than take a chance on hailing a cab during rush hour (*&#@!) or hiring a private car ($$$), I made nice with the doormen next door at the Waldorf Astoria and asked them to save me a cab around 5:15. The plan worked like a charm and I had a stress free trip to set up the event.

After assembling 60 gift bags wearing my best slacks and silk sleeveless sweater, I was as sweaty as a homophobe in a Turkish steam bath. So I slipped into a tank top and mini skirt and threw my soppy hair into a pony tail. With my PR duties done, Tracy and I hung out and swapped our dads-in-jail stories. He invited me to his super secret club this Friday. Not knowing what to expect, I asked him how I should dress. He said, "Like you are now. You just might want to brush your hair." He he he, well, um...yeah...like I said, sweaty as a homophobe.

Despite my general languidity today, I forced myself to the gym and now am as tired as a turtle on a treadmill. I thought working out was supposed make you feel better.

Sorer than a squatting cowboy wearing spurs.

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Monday, August 01, 2005

Gothamist linked it, Comedy Central blogged it, New York picked it, Flavorpill selected it, Gawker posted it, and now you can enjoy it. Join us tonight, pretty please. Don't want to click links? Then here's the deal:

On Monday, August 1st, Rule of 3 Productions will host a party at Siberia benefiting the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival production This Isn't Working written by Francesco ("Ces") Marciuliano, the nationally syndicated cartoonist behind Sally Forth , Medium Large, and DrinkatWork.com.

For a $10 donation guests can enjoy live music by Langhorne Slim, performances by top New York City stand up comedians Demetri Martin (Conan O'Brien, Comedy Central Presents) and Aziz Ansari (TimeOut NY's "favorite new comedian"), have a chance to compete in a quiz show for great prizes and enjoy one free Red Stripe.

40th & 9th (black door, red light)
Door opens at 6:00
The Quiz Game Contest Show starts at 7:30
Comedy / Music begins at 8:15
$10 Donation at the door.
Come any time. Gift bags provided while supplies last.

For anyone who's been told "Sick days are for the weak" comes This Isn't Working, a collection of four short comedies is about the ideas we don't share in brainstorming sessions, the goals we don't discuss in year-end reviews and the people we don't ever want to see outside of the office. Support this hilarious and off-beat show by having fun with the cast and crew while enjoying comedy, a quiz show, music and one free beer!

Visit www.thisisntworking.com for more info about the cast, crew and production dates.

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