I don’t think we’re either a) or b). And I wouldn’t say the habits of comedians—who, by and large, tend to suffer more from these things as a whole than others—are representative of other artists. Not all comedians suffer like this, obviously, but over the years of covering them I’ve discovered they are far more…
I hear you. Those articles are still on here though. Whenever I need to find that kinda thing, I just google “primer site:avclub.com.” Clumsy, but effective, while adjustments are being made.
Please to enjoy the NNF easter egg at the bottom of the story.
Uh, yeah, I’m not following up on that.
The conceit of the joke is about how, if there is a higher power, it has really shitty plans. But that was too wordy to go into here.
That’s the one & only Matt Hunziker. Also The Onion’s Jesus stand-in.
I second that recommendation.
Looks like you’re all set.
That would’ve been great, but we can’t get everything, I guess.
It’s my cross to bear now.
None taken. He is indeed.
Yeah, there was a brief period where sXe gangs were getting some attention. I haven’t heard about them in ages though.
There were some great signs. I wish I’d taken more photos of them.
Get on that, please. I’ll by your Kindle single.
A funny thing I didn’t have a chance to include in the piece: The crowd actually chanted “thank you” to the assembled media after Violent J gave them a shout out from the podium. I’m guessing that did not happen at MOAR.
You shouldn’t be anymore. FOLLOWED.