As a foreign gentleman in the United States, I’m always surprised at the new, creative terms and ideas that come out of racists. Even as a kid, growing up in this country I was made privy to how creative these racists can get. Sure, every racist called me cheap, and said that I must be … Continue reading Variety in Racism
On October 25, as part of my birthday celebrations, I'll be closing out a special showcase at the Corner Cafe with my good friends, Derek Minto, Ray Zawodni, Molly Sharrow & Zach Funk and is hosted by Tommy Kupiec. The show will be starting at 8:30pm and is $5. Don't miss this show, because it's … Continue reading HEADLINING at the Corner Cafe
The photo above is a Comment I received recently at a Club after a truly great night of Comedy. If you can't read it, it says: I brought my mom and sister to the show- they're first time here. The first guy-the "Indian"-was very offensive. Honestly, I understand that I'm probably not for everyone, since … Continue reading Comments from a “Fan”
Hello friends, I'm very excited to share the conversation I had with Genevieve Barbee on the AP Collection. This was an awesome conversation where we talked about Design, Comedy, Writing, Relationships, the Creative process and much much more! Enjoy the conversation HERE and share away!
I’m a fairly skinny gentlemen meaning that I get advice from Fat dudes about helping me out with my “weight problem”. This usually would occur when I was a frequent of the gym. Now I would go to the gym for an hour or so, but my metabolism was too high for me gain weight. … Continue reading Gym Advisory Board
There’s a particular trend that I’ve been noticing in the last few years. American Cinema seems to be obsessed with making movies about India and the zany antics of British or American folks when they head over there. This started with the film "Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom" and of course, "Slumdog Millionaire". … Continue reading How Indo-Centric Movies Ruined My Life
India has been one of those countries that has been developing and industrializing at a rapid rate. Being at Indian living in America, I can’t help but marvel over how much my origin country has changed over the course of the last 10 years alone. Cities look completely different, the attitude of the people has … Continue reading Developed
Hey friends, I had the pleasure of being interviewed on the Web Series, Yakkin' with Ya Jagoff at the Latitude 40. This was a fun little interview and sketch where I about my grandmother, my mother, airports and more! Check out the video HERE!
The issue of immigration has been on the buzz lately. So much so that it has developed a group of 8 Senators, both Republicans & Democrats working on a bill, called the Group of 8. It’s a lame Political Superhero name but it works. Of course, this has and will continue to cause riotous issues … Continue reading Battle for the Green Card
Hello friends, About a year ago, the world lost one of the funniest Comedians around. Patrice O'Neal passed away the age of 41. Patrice was one of the funniest, truth-telling Comedians around. I hadn't even started Stand-Up when I first saw Patrice, but he had he me laughing incredibly hard. As I grew as a … Continue reading In Memory of Patrice O’Neal