|ChocFullOfFunk - 2007-05-03 |
Reality is really surreal a lot of times...
|Aelric - 2007-05-03 |
if i knew who he was, i might care, but still, those guys were dicks
|Lindner - 2007-05-03 |
They left due to the R-Rated language, for the "safety" of their kids. ... fucking wow.
|xenocide - 2007-05-03 |
Yeah, sell out his show, that'll teach him. Idiots.
|kthorjensen - 2007-05-03 |
This guy's married to a high school friend of mine. His monologues are worth seeing.
|KozmicBlue - 2007-05-03 |
gah, what idiots.
|grimcity - 2007-05-03 |
He handled it way better than I would have.
|Rudy - 2007-05-03 |
I also had no idea who this guy is, but after that, he's OK in my book
|NoCode - 2007-05-03 |
Classy guy. They "protested" by selling out his show. Smart.
|Testicles of Doom - 2007-05-03 |
He did indeed handle it well, but what were those assholes trying to prove exactly?
|voodoo_pork - 2007-05-03 |
Thumbs up for Mike. Theatre lives!
|baleen - 2007-05-03 |
I knew Mike Daisy back in Seattle too. He was funny.
|Hooper_X - 2007-05-03 |
Classy, classy, classy. Good job, Mike.
|Aubrey McFate - 2007-05-04 |
God hates good humor.
|AJumpingSpider - 2007-05-05 |
Be sure to check Vissarion's link in the comments.
|tamago - 2007-08-23 |
Link to an account of the event: http://amrep.wordpress.com/2007/04/20/a-night-to-remember/
This man has class. I feel bad for him.
|Binro the Heretic - 2008-01-01 |
To the guy who poured water (or whatever) all over Mike's notes:
God made you go bald because he hates you. You are not a Christian. You are an asshole.
|Big Name Celebrity - 2008-08-26 |
Nicely fucking done.
I was kind of dismayed to see that many fundies at a New York show. I keep telling myself that it was a busload of pricks from Allentown First Baptist who got lost during a daytrip/sabattical/witch hunt or what have you.
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