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.
When you raise your kids to be gender-neutral theybies, you’re doing them as much harm as any parent that says “Girls play with dolls; boys play football.”
When you use Gmail, Google, or Facebook, you’re using a free site. That means that when you have a problem, there is absolutely zero help available.
So you want to have a comedy show, but you don’t own a comedy club? That’s OK. Just follow these nifty tips and you can have a great time.
“Be wary of the company you keep, for they are a reflection of who you are… Or who you want to be…” ~Kenneth G. Ortiz