@1 month ago with 255 notes
#funny humor #andy daly #comedy bang bang #hysterical #very funny 

Comedy Central Announces Season 2 of Review!

andydaly:

Very happy to announce today that Comedy Central has given us another chance to completely annihilate poor Forrest MacNeil and everyone around him.  Or who knows, maybe everything will go just fine this time around.  Anyway, big news!  Thanks to all who watched and supported the show.  Fun times ahead…

I’d been waiting to hear this.  I’m not much of a social media influencer but I’ve tried in my own way to get people to notice Andy Daly.  I especially love his podcast pilot project which is for free and can tide you over

@2 months ago with 358 notes
#Andy Daly #great news #comedy history #Comedy PodCast 

shelbysbutt:

ONE OF MY FAVORITE SKETCHES AND ONE OF MY FAVORITE POETS RIP RIP RIP RIP RIP

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@3 months ago with 14535 notes
#sometimes it is sad when a famous person dies #actually amazing #real hero #goddess #treasure 
250 likes! I am a machine of liking things.  I am reminded of the song Dark of the Matinee? by Franz Ferdinand …

250 likes! I am a machine of liking things.  I am reminded of the song Dark of the Matinee? by Franz Ferdinand …

@3 months ago
#250 likes #tumblr milestone 
talesofthestarshipregeneration:

feministsupernatural:

#Capitalismatwork

what the fuck are they even selling there!!?!?

talesofthestarshipregeneration:

feministsupernatural:

#Capitalismatwork

what the fuck are they even selling there!!?!?

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@3 months ago with 93307 notes
#forget #nepenthe #mooning around a mass grave #tourists go die 

Hello! This is a real thing! The world can be good sometimes. not just bad.

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@2 months ago

imr9ne:

Someone done did it.

(via paulftompkins)

@3 months ago with 326 notes
#laughter #funny #podcast #paul f tompkins #comedy bang bang #awesome 

tuneyards:

Our tour continues tonight in SLC! Dates and tickets at tune-yards.com

@3 months ago with 45 notes
#tune-yards #live music #hipster #awesome 
nprfreshair:

Ellen Willis was the first rock critic for The New Yorker; she was also a radical feminist writer and activist. Her work appeared in The Village Voice, where she was a columnist, as well as in Rolling Stone and The Nation. Willis died in 2006 and an award-winning posthumous collection of her rock music essays was published in 2011 called Out of the Vinyl Deeps.  It was edited by Willis’s daughter, Nona Willis Aronowitz, who’s just brought out a second collection of her mother’s work. 
This collection is more focused on her explicitly feminist culture criticism.  Our book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews The Essential Ellen Willis —- 

"I’ve come to think her power as a writer didn’t derive so much from a poetic way with words as it did from the passion of her arguments and her first person witness.  Thus, an extended essay called “Next Year in Jerusalem” that appeared in Rolling Stone in 1977 is riveting because Willis is so real about her own vulnerabilities.”  

You can listen to the rest of her review here. 
Photo of Ellen Willis in 1970 courtesy of Nona Willis-Aronowitz

nprfreshair:

Ellen Willis was the first rock critic for The New Yorker; she was also a radical feminist writer and activist. Her work appeared in The Village Voice, where she was a columnist, as well as in Rolling Stone and The Nation. Willis died in 2006 and an award-winning posthumous collection of her rock music essays was published in 2011 called Out of the Vinyl Deeps.  It was edited by Willis’s daughter, Nona Willis Aronowitz, who’s just brought out a second collection of her mother’s work.

This collection is more focused on her explicitly feminist culture criticism.  Our book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews The Essential Ellen Willis —- 

"I’ve come to think her power as a writer didn’t derive so much from a poetic way with words as it did from the passion of her arguments and her first person witness.  Thus, an extended essay called “Next Year in Jerusalem” that appeared in Rolling Stone in 1977 is riveting because Willis is so real about her own vulnerabilities.”  

You can listen to the rest of her review here. 

Photo of Ellen Willis in 1970 courtesy of Nona Willis-Aronowitz

@3 months ago with 269 notes
#Let us now praise famous women #feminism #art #criticism 

Bridgetown Comedy Festival - Portland, Oregon! 

jamesadomian:

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Portland I’m back at Bridgetown this weekend you fuckwads! Now with 20% more sass and 600% more purple!

The Comedy Bull - MailChimp Stage Stage at White Owl Social Club (Friday, May 9th 2014 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm)

Hot Comedy with the Spicy News - Alhambra Theater…

I am not in Portland right now.  James is one man I would like to see if I was going to be in Portland now.

@3 months ago with 9 notes
#Portland #comedy #genius #voice talent #mustache #sherriff of nottingham