Do you like summertime backyard cookouts? Do you like laughing? What about AMERICA, do you like America? Well, on July 30th you can experience all of those things at once, for free, at the Summer Cookout Comedy Show, hosted by me! We’ll be serving burgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, and hilarious stand-up from me and our terrific lineup of guest performers, including:
It all goes down at 8pm on Wednesday, July 30th, in the backyard of:
VFW Parisi-Torre Post No. 8903
222 22nd St.
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Note: Everything’s free except the drinks, which are cheap (and there’s no minimum), so be nice to our bartender and don’t BYOB.
See you there!
HP5000 – Free drinks, free comedy JULY 11TH
Me and my fake brother Lukas Kaiser are back! Friday, July 11th at 9pm we welcome our guests:
BEN KRONBERG (Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing)
JUSTY DODGE (AXS.TV)
DEAN MASSELLO (Laughing Devil Festival)
SHAKIR STANDLEY (Wild N Out)
JOHN EARLY (Showgasm at Arsnova)
BRIT PACK THEATER – 153 LAFAYETTE ST 3RD FLOOR.
This month’s password is: LEVER2000.
If you want to go to the show, email LUKASKAISER@GMAIL.COM with the password & number of people in your party BEFORE 7PM on July 11th. The show fills up days in advance, so getcha’ RSVPs in dawg!
Idea: A supercut of characters in high-minded TV dramas saying “This is America!”
— Hoff Matthews (@HoffMatthews) January 21, 2014
Guys, if you can dream it, you can do it.
Me and my fake brother Lukas Kaiser (senior writer, Spike TV) present House Party 5! Free comedy! FREE DRINKS!!
& ROBERT DEAN!
This month’s password is: FEDORA.
If you want to come to the show, you MUST email LUKASKAISER@GMAIL.COM ASAP with the password (FEDORA) and the number of guests in your party. Every month, the show fills up days in advance, so email ASAP.
As always, it’s FREE as FUCK and FUN as HELL. Tell your friends!
At Brit Pack Theater – 153 Lafayette st, 3rd floor. In Manhattan.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made news recently by backing out of the commencement speech she was scheduled to deliver at Rutgers University after students and faculty members protested over her role in the Iraq War. But it turns out she won’t go entirely unheard, as it seems that someone got ahold of a copy of the speech she would have given had the event gone forward as planned. Check it out below: Read more…
By Hoff Matthews
After sushi, creepy fetishes and decades of economic stagnation caused by the bursting of a speculative asset price bubble, Godzilla is the most stereotypically Japanese thing there is. But since the United States is one of the world’s biggest markets for film, this monster from the Land of the Rising Sun has frequently been altered or re-created to appeal more to American audiences across the Pacific. With this Friday marking the release of another American-produced Godzilla reboot, I thought it’d be fun to take a quick look back at the many ways this iconic creature has been presented to us gaijins in the U.S. Read more…