Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Google Image search of my full name.

Google Image search of my full name.

thankyourobotnyc:

comicallyvintage:


Robot On The Rampage!



Wanna see some TYR? We got some shows coming up…
On Wednesday July 30th 7pm, we’ll be at Funkle Todd's show at THIS Theater.
On Friday August 15th 10:30pm, Thank You, Robot Presents SCIENCE EXCLAMATION POINT is at UNDER St Marks with The Mannequin Room and gosh darn real scientists!
And then on Sunday August 17th, we are taking part in Warren's amazing mini-fest Summer Daze (3pm to 8pm) at Muchmore’s.

thankyourobotnyc:

comicallyvintage:

Robot On The Rampage!

Wanna see some TYR? We got some shows coming up…

On Wednesday July 30th 7pm, we’ll be at Funkle Todd's show at THIS Theater.

On Friday August 15th 10:30pm, Thank You, Robot Presents SCIENCE EXCLAMATION POINT is at UNDER St Marks with The Mannequin Room and gosh darn real scientists!

And then on Sunday August 17th, we are taking part in Warren's amazing mini-fest Summer Daze (3pm to 8pm) at Muchmore’s.

alexispereira:

Oh what the hell?!

Don’t worry. It’s only the UCB Four who still use AOL.

alexispereira:

Oh what the hell?!

Don’t worry. It’s only the UCB Four who still use AOL.

Monday, July 28, 2014

The old TC

nicolemarietherese:

(Looks like we’re doing this)

I interned at the front desk every Saturday-day for a year. One of my duties involved lugging the piano keyboard across the lobby to set up for musical improv. I hated it. I tried to do it when there was no one around because dragging this big case looked and felt ridiculous. Also the musical improv students were loud and kind of full of themselves. I did not want to help them.

One Saturday, as I was lugging the piano across the lobby, I heard someone say - in a voice that was equal parts superior and disinterested - “There are wheels on the other side.”

I looked up. It was one of the musical improv students. In my memory, he’s sitting cross legged and reading a comic book. He doesn’t even deign to look up. I didn’t even know his name but I think I remember telling someone he’s my nemesis.

A year later we were dating. This February was our five year anniversary.

But, seriously, there were wheels on the thing.

The Bobbit Worm. Skip ahead to 0:50 for horror.

Article 1: Well, it really depends on HOW bad you are at running. I mean, if you are weaving all over the place and swerving into traffic constantly….
Article 2: This study was funded by the Institute for Bro Science.

Article 1: Well, it really depends on HOW bad you are at running. I mean, if you are weaving all over the place and swerving into traffic constantly….

Article 2: This study was funded by the Institute for Bro Science.

youchosewrong:

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(from Twistaplot #1: The Time Raider, 1982)

This book has a number of “interesting” endings, but this one is unique.

youchosewrong:

(from Choose Your Own Adventure #20: Escape, 1983)

youchosewrong:

(from Choose Your Own Adventure #20: Escape, 1983)

spikefuckingjonze:

anyone else noticing a trend here?

Ooof. Oh, Ridley.
Not really related: Just the other day I was thinking “Why do I hold Ridley Scott in high regard?” Yes, he has two movies that I absolutely love (Alien and Blade Runner) and a few that I do like but are pretty problematic (Thelma & Louise and Black Hawk Down) and few that I enjoyed but w0uld not call great by an means (G.I. Jane and Gladiator). I suppose it is that those first two films were formative to me. Sigh.

spikefuckingjonze:

anyone else noticing a trend here?

Ooof. Oh, Ridley.

Not really related: Just the other day I was thinking “Why do I hold Ridley Scott in high regard?” Yes, he has two movies that I absolutely love (Alien and Blade Runner) and a few that I do like but are pretty problematic (Thelma & Louise and Black Hawk Down) and few that I enjoyed but w0uld not call great by an means (G.I. Jane and Gladiator). I suppose it is that those first two films were formative to me. Sigh.

Sunday, July 27, 2014
Do you realize, like, some the best things that have ever come out of my mouth were written by the people that wrote that show? — Seth Green [x]

(Source: danielosbourne)

jonbershad:

Spent the day working at the old UCB Training Center. Don’t have anymore shifts here before it closes. Took my first class here in 2007. So long, space. Your wifi sucked but I liked you.

I was there for probably the last time on Saturday. Coached some improv in Room 1. Big holes in the wall. I reflected back when TYR practiced there (every Sunday, noon to 3pm, for a really long time). And the day we knocked a hole in the wall and Gabrus, who was coaching us that day, said, “Don’t worry about it. They’ll just blame in on me.”
Before I left on Saturday, I though about breaking off a chunk of drywall from the whole and taking it with me. Then I realized I would have to find a place to keep a chunk of drywall.

jonbershad:

Spent the day working at the old UCB Training Center. Don’t have anymore shifts here before it closes. Took my first class here in 2007.
So long, space. Your wifi sucked but I liked you.

I was there for probably the last time on Saturday. Coached some improv in Room 1. Big holes in the wall. I reflected back when TYR practiced there (every Sunday, noon to 3pm, for a really long time). And the day we knocked a hole in the wall and Gabrus, who was coaching us that day, said, “Don’t worry about it. They’ll just blame in on me.”

Before I left on Saturday, I though about breaking off a chunk of drywall from the whole and taking it with me. Then I realized I would have to find a place to keep a chunk of drywall.

chrisreblogs:

ignore me

Watching this now. I am not sure I have any idea what is happening any more.

chrisreblogs:

ignore me

Watching this now. I am not sure I have any idea what is happening any more.