Maybe more, I don't know it went by so slowly.
its pretty cool to hear the story of your beginning and how it worked like that grapevine...pretty cool...organic...
Thanks it was a fun time that I wish I could go back to now, this second.
Inspired the song did you?
What song? Am I missing something.
That is awesome how it worked like that, such support, no way anything is like that now a days.
No, it won't happen again in America, maybe in Europe, the comics there seem more supportive of each other.
Quite a nice This sounds like a very interesting book actually. I have a good friend who loves reading about stand-up comics from the 70s and 80s and i am going to send this link to him if I may.
If he reads on Kindle or Ibooks have him wait until Monday. We're going on some big promo book site so for two weeks we're dropping the e-version's price to almost nothing.
Your interviews are really good. You have a knack for the camera. :)It's nice that everyone banded together like a family. I've been in work situations like that too (nothing great fun like comedy) and it makes such a world of positive difference.
Such a sincere trailer for your book. If I mentally put myself in your place as a comic, I'd be scared outta my wits. People's ideas of humor varies so much. Good for you for following your dream of what you want to do. Enjoy the holiday.
Oh boy... If we all could only go back to the good ole days. Great interview John.
Happy 4th! :)