Last night I did my second show ever. This time it at the Punchline, one of the two major comedy clubs in San Francisco. I was part of another #hellafunny showcase. There were 12 of us doing 5 minutes each. You can see from the line up sheet who was there.
I tried to take some pictures for posterity sake. I took one of Stroy, Bryant, and Phil (below). It turned out pretty crappy. They gave me shit when I wanted to do a retake with the flash. So I just touched it up a bit.
I got to see the green room. It’s about the size of a utility closet, with a couch and mini fridge. But it was still cool to know you were in the same room as a lot of the people I find funny.
One of the perks of performing is free drinks. I wish I had known earlier. I would have opted for more beers instead of club sodas.
San Francisco, the crossroads of technology and humanity. Where the world’s brightest minds harness artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to figure out where people have shit on the sidewalk in realtime.
Skip Everett, September 6, 2016
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