We Should All Be So Lucky As To Find Something In This World That Makes Us Happy, Part Six

Life isn’t getting any easier, I will tell you that much. If the recent events in Haiti have taught us anything, it is that we should all be a lot more grateful for what we have. The line between comfort and civilization and anarchy and death is razor thin, and it would not take much for life as we know it to be altered terribly and irreparably. We live forever on the razor’s edge, because there is no other way to live. But while we’re here, let’s take advantage of it! Like David Songer is doing! We should all be so lucky as to carve out a little tiny patch of happiness from the miserable rubble of the world we live in. Even if the only way to carve that patch is by standing out on our deck in khaki shorts and giving a manic, incomprehensible, six minute rant and calling it “comedy.”

Wait a second, “Comedy Act Part 38″? This dude literally has hours of material. He should probably have his own special. Neil Hamburger would open for him by just standing on stage in silence and shaking his head for 15 minutes. (Thanks for the tip, MacKenzie.)