Thursday, February 28, 2008

Let's get Sirius (again)

Where the heck have I been?!

I know, I know. I'm a terrible blogger. How can anyone possibly keep up to the inner workings of ME if I never post anymore? Well, one place you can find me of late is on the radio.

Today, I'll be on Sirius Satellite Radio's Independent Talk channel 110 at about 5:15 pm.

And for more radio excitement, I'll be making a surprise guest appearance on NYC's WOR 710 HD tomorrow morning at around 7:40.

Does the radio excitement ever end? No. No, it does not.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Tune in again



Sirius Satellite Radio
INDIE TALK - Channel 110
"The Blog Bunker"

Who know what we'll be talking about.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

More of "OH EIGHT!!!"

As it's now become a staple of the weekly Shoot the Messenger, I am proud to present our latest installment of the Race to the White House - 08!

These are a lot of fun to write and even more fun to record...even if our recording sessions occur later and later on Sunday evenings...

Meet the Republicans!

Aaaaaaaand -

Meet the Democrats!

Tune in, Turn on, Drink Coffee

If you are up and near a computer at around 8:20ish, go to, click on Listen Live and you can hear me live on the Voice of the Merrimack Valley, WCAP 980 AM.

I will speaking, expertly, on the end of the Writer's Strike, using my extensive anecdotal experience.

Also, my father wants everyone to know that HE said the strike would end by February 15th.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Pencils Up

Strike is Over (if you want it)

SUNDAY 12:30 PM: At the WGA's news conference today, union leaders declared the new contract is "a huge victory for us". Trumpeted WGAW President Patric Verrone, "This is the first time we actually got a better deal in a new media than previously." Verrone credited News Corp. No. 2 Peter Chernin and Disney chief Bob Iger, and also CBS boss Les Moonves, with "being instrumental in making this deal happen" after the WGA spent 3 months "getting nowhere" with the AMPTP negotiators and lawyers. WGA negotiating committee chief John Bowman added that, "What happened to the Golden Globes was instrumental in getting the CEOs to this table. It was a huge symbol." Bowman said it was "imperative" that the WGA "get in on the ground floor of New Media. Henceforth, we're in from the start. It's 2% of distributor's gross. They can't have a business model without taking that into account."

I guess I can't use the writer's strike as an excuse anymore to NOT write...

Meanwhile, in comedy writing news:

< ahref="" target="_blank">Shoot the Messenger tonight, featuring a special surprise guest. You really should be there.

WHERE: The Green Room Theater
45 Bleecker at LaFayette

WHEN: Every Monday.
Doors at 7:15PM
Show at 8:00PM

HOW MUCH: $12.50

Tuesday, February 05, 2008


That is, if you live in one of the 24 states voting in the primaries today.

If, vote anyway. It's fun!