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Anyway, there’s this cliche that people always say about male standup comics, which is that every single one of them really wants to be a rockstar but they can’t play music so they do standup instead. I think it maybe holds less true now what with alt comics and stuff but I think it is generally a pretty solid observation. If you went up to Dane Cook and told him he could trade places with like Green Day or whatever he would totally do it.
I always think of that when I see Brian Williams doing his thing. I don’t like Brian Williams because I don’t think he’s funny enough to be trying to bill himself as a comic and I don’t like Jon Stewart because I don’t think he’s insightful and explicit enough to bill himself as a journalist and I tend to think people should just kind of stay in their lanes on stuff like this. But more to the point, I think if anyone told Brian Williams he could have a half-hour Comedy Central special and like a three-episode arc on Louis but he would have to never be an anchor again he would probably think pretty hard about it.
I heard that one time Brian Williams was on Morning Joe and entertained them by making fun of the NYT’s who had just decided to write something about Brooklyn being Brooklyn and Joe Scarborough and his crew laughed and laughed, because the NYT’s is so out of touch because, Brooklyn is right there you guise, haven’t you ever heard of the internet HELLO! NYT man are you out of touch compared to the wily gets it of Joe Scarborough.
Anyway, I don’t like any of these people and I still read the NYT.
should you be worried? worried? if you are both still dating other people I would assume that you would be ok with him doing this, if not you should probably tell him you are not ok dating other people anymore and want to be monogamous.
your question indicates to me that you often doom relationships large and small with passive-aggression. stop it.
who says there is an answer?
not rationally, no. Just go to the new Vida on U st. everyone loves it. Even straight people go there. DOO IIT, RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.
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I’d get some fish or a nice aquarium with a python I could later release in the wild.