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December 9, 2007

Dec 3rd comedy show at Pete's Candy Store

I have come to understand that, in our modern media age, that which is not recorded, edited to perfection, and broadcast to as many people as possible didn't really happen. Thus, your grandparents never existed, and "The Hills" is the pinnacle of Western Civilization.

In deference to this brave new world, I have arranged for a small crew of attractive young becamera'd men to follow me around and put shows like this one on the internet, in attractively abridged format, for your viewing pleasure and consequent laughing.

December 3rd at Pete's: Starring Paul Oddo, Raquel D'Apice, John Knefel, RG Daniels, and Cody Hess.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Vicki (Jen's Mom) said...

Jen,
Life DID exist before the modern media age. It's just that before 1963, we all lived in black and white. Thank you Pleasantville and Tobey Maguire.
I think some of us, even remember specific events in black and white.
I can remember when I was a little girl, seeing my grandmother sitting on the lawn. I know the world is a coloful place, but she died more than forty years ago. The remaining photographs cause me to remember her in monochrome.
Loved the video!

3:27 PM  
Blogger christopherlee said...

I was watching a show on PBS about Second City I mean it's beginnings with Alan Arkin and Barbara Allen. I want to do something like that at Lucky Cat. Only more "arty" like Dada Cabaret Voltaire.

10:41 AM  

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