Nathan TimmelThe Blog
It’s not often an awkward teenage metal head gets to meet a Rock God, but back in the day I put in the effort to meet Metallica.
Last week, Twitter took to arms because Louis C.K. made jokes. While it’s fine to not like certain comedians, why get upset over it?
I’m not sure knee-jerking to racism as your default response to every situation is going to make society better.
Challenging yourself in any art form invites creativity. If you’re a comedian, take that four-letter word out of your corporate comedy show.
An apology used to have weight and meaning; you did something wrong, you learned from it, and you made amends; you asked for forgiveness.
If you’ve ever spent time in Facebook Jail, you’re probably going to be there again. Facebook loves to re-punish everyone. Even the innocent.
When you perform at a casino, the audience isn’t always there for the comedy show. This can be a very good thing.
A corporate audience isn’t like your normal comedy club audience; there are more landmines to navigate. While it can be difficult, it can also be fun.