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Here’s my set from an awesome show here in LA called “BLAMBLAMBLAM” this past Tuesday. The whole show was great, everybody crushed and I went up last. There was this moron heckler there the whole time. He was a special brand of heckler: ‘nice guy who thinks he’s adding to the show’ heckler. Which is one of the worst kinds. I hate this kind of asshole almost more than someone who is unhappy enough to consciously sabotage a show, because at the root of his outbursts is unapologetic disrespect. The comedy looks so easy to this asshole, that as he sits there and barks in the middle of material that professional writers have spent years on, and in his head, he’s actually accomplishing doing stand-up comedy. In my experience dealing with this guy (%95 of this type of heckler approaches the comedian after the show in an apparent attempt to apologize which eventually turns into them making the comic sit through more of their ideas), I’m convinced that he actually leaves the club more times than not feeling certain that he could not only do stand-up comedy, but that he could do it better than all of the idiots who’s acts he just coached through his evening. In this set I don’t really get after him too bad, but that’s what the situation was all night, and I do address it.
Me, Steve Byrne, Mick Betancourt, Matt Dwyer & Alex Ortiz
This is an awesome vid from the Packer/Jets game a couple years back. My friends, Tommy, Matt, Robyn and Josh made the coolest friends after the game. Check out these wonderful citizens. Jersey’s finest!
Bullying is NOT ok!
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This is part 3 of the “I also take headshots” trilogy. All the videos in the series are about people with made up jobs who are kidding themselves and anyone that will listen. Part 1 was a night club door man who thinks he’s a celebrity. Part 2 was a lonely drug dealer who thinks he has the same impact on peoples lives as a medical professional. And part 3, is about a “personal trainer” with dependency issues who got fired from his brothers gym, and is now selling stuff out of his garage (which may or may not belong to his brother). All of these people “also take headshots”.
They’re all a version of someone I’ve met while living in LA. The headshot tag is something very unique to Los Angeles. All their regular jobs are complete fabrications, and the headshot side gig is another fabricated hustle that they share. Everyone in Hollywood “also takes headshots”. It’s ridiculous product of an industry populated by maniacs and narcissists. You might have met people like these. Thanks for watching!!