Brandon joins us and smacks his gums about the TeeHee Tendon, Omaha, Minnesota, and quitting
By Bryan Miller
There's a chance to slip in one more comedy show before the end of the week every Sunday at El Willy's Vive! Not only is this your last opportunity to catch a laugh before the start of the work week, it's also one of the metro's quirkiest open mics.
Isaac Talks about, Dark knight conspiracy's, being "Different", and writing. He also manages to throw some twins talk in there.
By Patrick Strait
Corey Adam's success in the local comedy scene can be attributed to one thing: criticism.
"The biggest mistake a lot of comics make is that they have no way to review themselves," he says. "They get on stage, suck, and then walk off thinking that they killed."
Once a blissfully naïve comic himself, Adam was convinced of his own greatness and believed himself to be the next big thing. Several frustrating years later--including a failed trip to Vegas and a break-up from his fiancé--he took a step back and faced his biggest critic: himself. Today, he's a mainstay on the local standup scene, and is helping other comics to learn from his mistakes while keeping his eyes on his bigger comedy goals.
When i was overseas, I plugged my PS2 into what I thought was a power inverter/converter deal. Instead of getting to plays games, i got to play find the breaker panel.
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