Last night I had the chance to be part of a wonderful event put on by my friends at the great comedy show Never Not Funny.  They podcast for 12 straight hours, and raised over $25,000 for Smile Train, which offers cleft palate surgeries to kids in the third world.  You can still give, and you should.  In a few days, you’ll also be able to download the show for a modest price, all of which will go to Smile Train.
Above: a photo by my friend Steve Agee.  From left to right: comedy legend Tom Dreesen, comedy legend Sarah Silverman, marginal public radio host Jesse Thorn.  You can check out a few more of Steve’s shots here.

Last night I had the chance to be part of a wonderful event put on by my friends at the great comedy show Never Not Funny.  They podcast for 12 straight hours, and raised over $25,000 for Smile Train, which offers cleft palate surgeries to kids in the third world.  You can still give, and you should.  In a few days, you’ll also be able to download the show for a modest price, all of which will go to Smile Train.

Above: a photo by my friend Steve Agee.  From left to right: comedy legend Tom Dreesen, comedy legend Sarah Silverman, marginal public radio host Jesse Thorn.  You can check out a few more of Steve’s shots here.

The very funny comic Greg Proops is the guest on this week’s episode of one of my favorite podcasts, Never Not Funny.  Greg always wears a suit on stage, and so does Jimmy Pardo, the host of the show.  In this six or eight minute clip from the show, they get deep into why they wear a suit on stage.  You haven’t seen episode three of Put This On yet, of course, but when you do, the resonances will be clear.