Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Chick FIL-A Holes

The CEO of Chick FIL-A recently announced his support for traditional marriage and in lieu of his statement, he invited everyone and their supported to a Chick FIL-A on August 1st for customer appreciation day.

In the past couple of days I've gotten into heated debates with Christians over this, below are some of my comments on the matter:

"Christians use to kill people in the name of their religion, ie crusades, they invaded and killed the people of this continent by their, "Divine Right" , belief, and now they're using a chicken as their new messenger to spread hate, the times may have changed but it sounds like they haven't" .

"Keep trying to wash your hands however you want, the people your religious culture has persecuted will never forget. The only difference, this time is that you guys can't get away it with it, at least not in this country" .

"I have spoken with other cultures on different continents and your M/O is the same. Don't you guys know how you are? I suppose not from the inside looking out. Just because you guys were raised to feel guilt doesn't mean the rest of the world has to. The messiah came to you guys and what did you guys do to him, you guys beat the shit out of him and then put him on a cross. Before you guys try making peace with other people, you should try making peace with yourselves" .

"I hate arguing with bible thumpers, isn't there scripture where it says, "thou shall not be an asshole" ?

"I keep hearing how the Chick FIL-A CEO is entitled to his opinion but I wonder how entitled his opinion would have been if he came out in support in Gay Marriage" . #hypocrites

"The main reason why the LGBT's are upset over this Chick FIL-A issue is because we're tired of your bigotry, when you raise your kids to feel its okay to discriminate anybody based on someones gender, age, race, orientation, disability, size, or what have you, its wrong, even on the passive/aggressive level. Think about that the next time you hear about somebody being victimized/beat up/bullied/taunted/harassed/humiliated/murdered because they were different from you, enjoy your chicken" .

"These, "Pro Family" , Christian fanatics have ridden their high horses long enough. When will these overly self righteous people learn this country just isn't about them. LGBT's families believe and support family values like everyone else which is why so many of us have our own families or have adopted. The LGBT's don't take anyway from family values, we only strengthen them. For all of our opposition, let go of your blindness and start looking with your hearts" . #supportdiversity

4AM Blog

In exactly 2 days I will have to get up at 3:30am to catch our ride to the airport. We're heading back to Michigan on Thursday to pick up a truck my mom just bought from her brother and then drive it back to California.

Originally my mom was going to drive the truck back to California with her big sister but because of a recent family tragedy, their plans changed.

We'll be arriving this weekend during the Saginaw Chippewa Powwow which is supposed to be a festive time in Mt. Pleasant but the community is still recovering from the young Native child that went missing and that was later found murdered.

These past couple of weeks have been pretty tough for everyone. My heart goes out to everybody and I'm wishing all good feelings, safe journeys, and that the burdens be lifted from their souls.

Stay in good spirits everyone!


Monday, July 30, 2012

Naked Danell Leyva - U.S. Gymnast

Normally I get tired of seeing people post pictures of themselves on facebook and twitter, you guys know who I'm talking about, it always some cheeky mugshot where they're holding the camera phone to the mirror while they give their best bedroom pose except this time its Danell Leyva, U.S. Gymnast and only he hasn't been posting his pics to his facebook wall, hes been sending sexy texts to his lady fans all over the world, I only have only one comment, how can I get on that email list?


Saturday, July 28, 2012

Louis Smith - Gymnast

Hey guys, hottie alert! I was watching the 2012 London Olympics Mens Team Gymnast competition and found this one milling about.


Louis Antoine Smith
Team Great Britain:

British gymnast, London 2012
Commonwealth Gold medalist 2008,
European Silver medalist 2009. 2010
Bronze – Beijing 2008
Bronze – World Championships 2007, 2011

Friday, July 27, 2012

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Project Runway Season 10 Episode 2

Candy Couture was the 2nd challenge on Project Runway. The designers were presented with their first innovation challenge, to make a dress out of Dylan's Candy Bar candies, and Dylan, just happens to be Ralph Lauren's daughter.

So here we go!

Coming in first place this week is Ven Budhu. Ven got kudos for his use of on trend pastels and sleek design pattern. I liked it, his dress definitely had a real artistic feel to it. Big props to Ven's use of the a-symmetrical belt design, love it.

Coming in 2nd is Songia Williams. I really loved her fish bib and the blue palette thru out her dress, her dress looked really fun.

Now this is who I thought should have made top 3, Fabio Kosta. I loved the textile he created, I really thought he used the blue palette a lot better then Songia.

I was really worried for Kooan Kosuke this week just because I love his personality. Knowing his design aesthetic is so out there you know his days are numbered but for now what I love about Kooan's dress is that it has a real ethnic feel to it, he really does take the use of color to a whole new level.

Here are my honorable mentions, I thought Melissa Fleis licorice skirt was a knock out, if she would have her top less symmetrical, I would have loved it more.

Buffi Jashanmal almost when home this week because her model looked like Candy Girl from hell, not really. The woven bustier is where she should have kept going, instead of adding the shirt, she should have kept weaving the candy into a mini woven dress.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Justin Beiber is Native American

This is hilarious.

For those of you who don't know, in the August issue of the Rolling Stone, Justin Bieber claimed he had enough Native heritage in him to qualify for a free gas card in Canada, mutha fucka please.

What a stupid betch, how many millions does the Bieber make and then want to be fucking cheap skate still looking for a discount, oh wait, maybe he is NDN.


Comedian on Comedian Censorship

In recent news I did a couple of podcast that will never see the light of day, mostly because of my mouth. When I do any kind of radio, especially with comedians, I don't hold back and say what the fuck is on my mind, even if that means ripping on the radio hosts of the show I'm on.

The first podcast I did, which I can't name, one of the producer/host said the reason why it wasn't loaded to the web was because he was trying to trim it down so it could fit the format of the show, wtf? The show we did was 1.5 hrs. long and when you look at the other podcast on the show, there time is about the same or longer. My age and experience told me this prick was lying to my face.

Do you guys know the reason why I don't hold back, I had a comedian friend be on a tv show and they told her not to be funny, you know, so the host could say all the fun lines. So from the point on I told myself if I got something to say, I'm going to say it, regardless if it hits the editing floor.

The 2nd podcast I did was for another comedian I just be-friended. Again, my mouth probably got me into trouble. This time around I thought it was fun and had a great time. My clue that this podcast was going nowhere should have been when I noticed the blank expression on radio hosts face like, "what the fuck did you just say" ?

I didn't mean to be a dick on there shows but I saw an openings and went for it.

Its probably a good thing the 2nd podcast didn't upload, I actually did regret some of the things I said when I was speaking about another person in this business. The day after we recorded it I found the host and asked him to delete that section where I was talking mad shit because that part of my life was supposed to be over and plus I thought no one deserves that, not even my worst enemies. And really, I can't move on if I'm still hanging on to that bullshit, right?

I started noticing censorship in entertainment when I went to NYC and saw the Late Show with David Letterman. That was a great trip, I had so much fun with my bestie - Juicely. Anyhoo, on the Letterman show, his musical guest was Faith Hill. When Faith was done singing, she sat on his couch and was interviewed by Dave. As they were finishing up, Dave said her performance on the show that night was the best highlight of her career and then Faith rebutted, "Dave, I've a career for 15 years and that was your best highlight" ?? After Faith said that, the entire crowd erupted into laughter and applause because that lady was speaking the truth. I immediately looked at Daves face and he was just grimacing like he got out-witted and you know what, he did.

Later at the hotel room, I turned on the tube to watch the replay and guess what happened, Faith's snarky little comeback was edited out. After that I had no more respect for Dave because from then on I just realized his show was about him making himself look awesome and no one else.

Whatever David Letterman, get over yourself.

There is one podcast that I'm really interested in doing, its called, "Snap Judgement" , its a syndicated podcast that airs on NPR. Its a serious podcast about real people who share stories about life changing events. I emailed them and said I would love to do it mostly because it would be nice if I could be on a show where my guard isn't always up.

Other then that, my Fall is looking pretty good, I'm staying busy with my, "Hella Gay Comedy Shows" , at the Deco Lounge in SF. We've been packing out some pretty good crowds lately so we must be doing something right.

In late August I'm heading out to the University of Illinois to do a college show.
And then as soon as I get back, I'm heading out to Las Vegas for Gay Days. This time around, we're not really there for Gay Days, it just happened to coincide with Margaret Cho's new stand up concert, "Mother" , so it kind of works out.

Okay you guys, thanks for reading!


Saturday, July 21, 2012

Unicorns and Sweat Pants

I'm pretty sure I'm done with love, atleast the kind I've been looking to share with another guy.

Could it be my unreasonabley high standards thats been fucking me up all along? All I'm asking for is someone nice, tall, athletic, good looking, big cock, in shape, independent, loyal, a self made millionaire, horny for me, loves the way I fall asleep in his arms, you know, love.

I blame psychic Sylvia Browne for juicing me up with hope, she basically said, if you want a guy, you need to be specific about what you want in your guy, if I were anymore specific I might as well be asking for a certain blood type and for that matter AB-, because thats the rarest, and the rarest usually means the best.

I thought I experienced love in high school, circ 1988, when I was trying to fuck the big jock on campus but as it turned out, he was bisexual and was already fucking everyone else. Its probably a good thing we never had any kind of sex, that probably would have messed me up emotionally. I mean really, I could barely get over throwing away one of my favorite green sweatshirts.

Years later I would find this first crush on facebook and he looks like everyone else our age. I'm sure hes fucked around on his wife because most men don't change.

For a long time after high school, I really didn't lust after anyone that hard. There really wasn't anyone I met who gave me those strong feelings until Haskell and this time around, these feelings didn't stem from the sexual plane.

It wasn't lust at first sight, circ 2000, when I first saw him, nothing. I really didn't feel anything because he did nothing for me, I just thought he was another Cherokee asshole White boy from Oklahoma.

Anyhoo, this guy was pretty sneaky. I'm pretty sure he wanted my attention and they only way he knew he could get it was if he went out of his way to peak my interest and he did. I'm pretty sure he knew he wasn't my type. I think he liked me because I was intellengent, queer, opnionated, and a real Native. We had a class together together that semester and I think it gave him a boner everytime I spoke in class.

It really didn't dawn on me until the semester was over that he was crushing on me. I remember sitting in class, listening to Dr. Wildcats lecture, and then my mind slowly started to drift about him and I was like, "oh fuck, he really is into me isn't he...." . And just as I realized that, I peered over towards his direction to see if it was true and he was covering his eyes with his hands, as if I didn't know I distracted him.

To make a long story short, he turned out to be social status fucker. He only befriended me because I was just another target on his hit parade to becoming well liked within our community and apparently being friends with the, "Big Gay Guy" , on campus helped his cause.

This guy was really smart and as it turned out, really manipulative. He said, dressed, acted, and probably fucked his way to where he wanted to be. The only reason how I've been keeping tabs on him is because his stupid wife keeps posting pictures of him on facebook, something about shes proud and loves her husband, whatever bitch, he only ended up with her because shes got the blood quantum and gave his children that precious brown hair real Natives have, hello girlfriend, you just got freaked by someone who is cold and calculating.

And honestly, I was never sexually attracted to this guy and I'm still not. I just got played by him because he won over my feelings. Luckily I have this default within my system that says if your love is real for me, then you have to prove it to me, which he did. Its a good thing I made him prove it in a variety of ways otherwise I would have shortchanged myself. And wouldn't you know it, he showed his true colors to me and thats how I knew he was false.

Like I said, most guys don't change, his wondering eye will get him in trouble like it did before, its just a matter of time before his wife catches him red handed and not by her fault, it will be because he wants her to catch him, so she'll leave him. I know this fucker and how he thinks. Hopefully she knows witchcraft and will hex his ass if it does happen.

So these are my experiences with love. Oh yeah, there was a guy that I casted a spell from the Haskell yearbook but thats another story. And besides, casting spells really isn't fair to other people but then again love isn't fair either so why not.

Its no wonder why I always attract so many male hustlers, maybe they can just see that I'm done with love, void, and if I truly want this love fantasy then I'm going to have to pay for it, shit.


Friday, July 20, 2012

Project Runway Season 10 Episode 1

Hey Kittens,
its that time of the year again where cuntiness meets fashion, thats right fashionista's, its Project Season Season 10.

Tonights premiere episode began with the designers having to create a 2nd look from the best garment that got them into the show.

So lets get right into it, shall we.

The winner of the first challenge is Christopher Palu, who looks to be the early fan favorite. The judges just loved how he manipulated this boring fabric into something beautiful. Also, the first cat fight of the season goes to Chris and Gunnar Deatherage with Chris obviously coming out on top in the first head to head, go Chris, keep it up!

Heres one of my top 3 picks to make it to the finale - Ven Budhu. I honestly think Ven is the designer to beat this season, you can tell his flower bustier shows his design aethetic to be elegant, sharp, and colorful. He almost reminds me of Rami from Season 4 so we'll continue to see what Ven pulls out of his hat.

Coming in 3rd tonight is Melissa Fleis. I love the A symmetrical silouette she used, very classy. And the fact thats representing San Francisco makes me love her even more, go girl, make it to the top 3 for the Academy of Art and our lovely hometown!

Nathan Paul blew me away with this flowy ensemble. I loved the way his dress moved at the bottom, I could not take my eyes off it, the color wasn't bad either.

"Oh girl.. oh girl.." , which is all I could think when I saw Ms. Thang from Japan - Kooan Kosuke, open with this Hello Kitty inspired piece during the NY Times Squaure Project Runway fashion show. I love Kooan's colorful eye popping aethetic but Micheal Kors kept it real when she said, "even if cartoon is your thing you don't want it to be a joke" . I have to agree with Micheal but wow if Kooan can somehow get his garmets to come off more with a sophisticated cartoon chic, hes got a great chance of making a good run this season, Kooan is my dark horse.

My last pick to make top 3 is Alicia Hardesty. Alicia is going to bring back 80's Lesbian chic but in a more updated way. I love love these pants, theres definitely a hint of strong feminism in her work.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

My Dreams

This blog is the last of my Pricilla: Queen of the Desert rants that I've been posting on my facebook page.

At the end of Pricilla, the girlz dress up in their frocks and climb the mountain because it was Felicia's dream.

Dreams come in many interpretations, for me, my dreams always tell me whats going around on me at the present time. Where ever I fall asleep, my dreams always pick up whatever vibes are around me, seen or not seen.

* When I was in school and a someone stole my car stereo, my dreams told me it was in the gym. And guess where my car stereo was returned to me, in the gym.

* While home on break, I slept near the opened door because I enjoy the breeze it brings thru our house, the door was open but the screen door was closed. When I was dreaming, I dreamt of all these cats shooting by me and when I woke up, I saw this litter of kittens sitting at the bottom of my screen door staring at me, so cute.

* While on vacation in D.C., the Dala Llama was in town at the same time and when I slept, I picked up on his blissful aura across down during his meditations, I will never ever forget that wonderful feeling, it truly was bliss.

* On a roadtrip thru New Mexico, we stopped in Taos and stayed overnight, that night I dreamt of the black & white stripped clown whose a popular motif among the pueblos. In my dream, I was walking around the old pueblo village and he popped his head out of one of the adobe homes, he looked at me like, "who are you and what are you doing here" .

* Just this past week I dreamt of a friend having an Indian wedding in my house. I facebooked my friend who I haven't chatted with a while and asked her if she was getting married, then she said a man has been asking to marry her and shes considering it.

* After I performed dragqueen performance at Haskell back in 1997, that night I slept I was welcomed by the Drag Queen spirits who I was very excited to meet but as luck would have it, there were more interested to see my straight guy Mike who was with me in my dream. But come to think of it, it made sense why they gave him more attention than me because he told me later that he was friends with so many Dragqueens back in New Mexico.

The common denominator in all these dreams is that I had no reason to dream about any of these things at all.

So when I watch Pricilla: Queen of the Deseart and Felicia says it was her dream to dress up in drag and climb a mountain, I understand her.


Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Louise Cobell Indian Trust Settlement

44 Tribes in United States Government $ 3.4B Louise Cobell Settlement

Below is a list of the 44 tribes that filed suit against the U.S Government for the mismanagement of trust funds on Indian land. This money mostly comes from Indian land that was being leased to outsiders the tribes never saw.

I personally believe that all the 550 federally recognized tribes are entitled to a piece of this money but because the statue of limitations only allowed so much time for the tribes to prove their money was mismanaged, only 44 tribes joined suit.

Heres a quick break down of how the 3.4 Billion settlement will be dispersed.

$1.412 billion Accounting/Trust Administration Fund, plus a $100 million Trust Administration Adjustment Fund, plus any earned interest, to pay for Historical Accounting and Trust Administration Claims. This money will also pay for the cost of administering and implementing the Settlement, as well as other expenses

$1.9 billion Trust Land Consolidation Fund to purchase “fractionated” individual Indian trust lands. The program will allow individual Indians to get money for land interests divided among numerous owners. Land sales are voluntary. If you sell your land it will be returned to tribal control.

Up to $60 million for an Indian Education Scholarship Fund to help Native Americans attend college or vocational school. This money will come out of the $1.9 billion Trust Land Consolidation Fund.

- 99,000,000.00 to be paid in Attorney Fees
- 2,000,000.00 for Louise Cobell for being the lead plaintiff in the law suit.
- James Larose 200,000.00
- Thomas Maulson 150,000.00
- Penny Cleghorn 150,000.00

For more infomation on Louise Cobell Indian Trust Settlement, please visit



HELENA, Mont., June 22, 2012.

Forty-four American Indian tribes are part of the $1 billion settlement with the U.S. government over claims of mismanaged trust funds. Here is a list of the 44 tribes involved and their shares of the settlement:

1. Colville, Washington. -- $193 million
2. Salish and Kootenai, Montana.-- $150 million
3. Northern Ute, Utah. -- $125 million
4. Assiniboine and Sioux, Montana. -- $75 million
5. Shoshone-Bannock, Idaho. -- $60 million
6. Northern Cheyenne, Montana. - $50 million
7. Standing Rock Sioux, North Dakota. -- $48.9 million
8. Ute Mountain Ute, Colorado. -- $42 million
9. Nez Perce, Idaho -- $33 million
10. Mescalero, New Mexico. -- $32 million
11. Makah, Washington. -- $25 million
12. Tohono O’Odham, Arizona. -- $23 million
13. Blackfeet, Montana. -- $19 million
14. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho -- $18 million
15. Spokane, Washington. -- $15 million
16. Zia, New Mexico. -- $12.123 million
17. Passamaquoddy, Maine -- $12 million
18. Siletz, Oregon. -- $9.14 million
19. Round Valley, California. -- $8 million
20. Chippewa Cree, Montana. -- $8 million
21. Lac Courte Oreilles, Wisconsin. -- $8 million
22. Tule River, California. -- $7 million
23. Spirit Lake, North Dakota. -- $6 million
24. Hualapai, Ariz. - $6 million
25. Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin. -- $5 million
26. Tulalip, Washington. -- $4 million
27. Pawnee, Oklahoma. - $4 million
28. Salt River Pima-Maricopa, Arizona. -- $4 million
29. Bad River, Wisconsin. -- $3 million
30. Leech Lake, Minnesota. -- $3 million
31. Quechan Ariz., California. -- $3 million
32. Soboba, California. -- $3 million
33. Minnesota Chippewa, Minnesota -- $1.99 million
34. Bois Forte, Minnesota. -- $1 million
35. Swinomish, Washington. -- $1 million
36. Rincon, California. -- $1 million
37. Kaibab, Arizona. -- $1 million
38. Kickapoo, Oklahoma. -- $700,000
39. Santee Sioux, Nebraska. -- $675,000
40. Cachil Dehe, California. -- $650,000
41. Saul Ste. Marie, Michigan. -- $215,000
42. Summit Lake Paiute, Nevada. -- $75,000
43. Te-Moak, Nevada. -- $50,000
44. Nooksack, Washington. -- $25,000

Work Cited: Sac & Fox Tribal Paper July 2012

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Australian Comedian Jim Jefferies


Hey guys, I just got back from the Jim Jefferies comedy taping at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California., and boy was it a doozy.

For those of you who don't know Australian Comedian Jim Jefferies, his comedy is as irreverent and brassy as they come.

There really aren't that many, "no taboo" , working comedians around, mainly because there humor isn't popular with the mainstream audiences, the audiences that do come out and support these comedians usually have a high level of sarcasm/satire to see the humor in serious topics such as blasphemy, women having miscarriages, date rape, and other undesired topics.

There were definitely a few moments in his routine that were so dark where I had to wonder if Jim was the devil incarnate performing stand up comedy, but then I thought, nah, the devil would have made sure his shows sold out.

When I bought my tickets on goldstar.com they gave me some pretty lousy tickets, I was all the way up in the balcony. Fuck that, I immediately asked the audience manager if I could move down if there were seats available and guess what, there were.

This is a trick that video productions do when there shows need crowd filler, they will pull people from the back of the audience and put them in the front to make the theater look fuller.

I've seen this problem with out cringey comedians, they're only able to fill a theater so much, like I said, the cringey crowd is a specific market, all the mainstream comedians get the biggest crowds in the biggest theaters.

That should go without saying for 50 minutes Jim woo'd the crowd with spectacular stories, whether they were true or not, it was fun to listen to.

I personally thought Jim's best bit from tonight came when he was imitating mans closed minded perception of GOD by ridiculing him as a huge homophobe and basically calling GOD shallow because of his love for praise songs, hilarious.

What seperates Jim from other comedians is how he incorporates his atheist views into his comedy, not an easy thing to do considering a huge percentage of this planets population is deeply rooted in some form of religion.

If you're willing to challenge societies norms, definitely go see one of Jim's shows and try to see his point of view from the shoes of a non-believer.

Below is a video a Jim getting punched in the face because of his strong atheist views.

I think its funny Jim should be getting punched for doing jokes about GOD's non-existence and when Jesus was alive, people were punching him because he was the son of GOD.

I'm pretty sure thats where this expression came from, "damned if you do and damned if you don't" .

Look for Jim Jefferies new stand up comedy special airing on EPIX.


Saturday, July 14, 2012

Comedian Daniel Tosh - Rape jokes

Comedian Daniel Tosh is currently in hot water because of a rape tirade he recently went on at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood, California.

This was supposed to be another night at the Laugh Factory but as fate would have it, there was a lady in the audience who wasn't feeling his rape jokes and felt inclined to blurt out, "actually, rape is never funny" , (cookiesblog) .

And Daniel Tosh being the comedian he is, he immediately attacked his heckler and then suggested that she should be raped by 5 guys in the club.

Below is this ladies blog account of what happened and below that is my response:

Blog entry from, "Cookies From Breakfast Blog" .

So a Girl Walks into a Comedy Club….

This is something that happened to a friend of mine in her own words.

“So, on Friday night my friend and I were at her house and wanted to get out and do something for the evening. We brainstormed ideas and she brought up the idea of seeing a show at the Laugh Factory. I’d never been, I thought it sounded fun, so we went. We saw that Dane Cook, along some other names we didn’t recognize we’re playing, and while we both agree that Cook’s style is not really our taste we were opened-minded about what the others had to offer. And we figured even good ol’ Dane can be funny sometimes, even if it’s not really our thing. Anyhoo, his act was actually fine, but then when his was done, some other guy I didn’t recognize took the stage. Of course, I would find out later this was Daniel Tosh, but at the time I thought he was just some yahoo who somehow got a gig going on after Cook. I honestly thought he was an amateur because he didn’t seem that comfortable on stage and seemed to have a really awkward presence.

So Tosh then starts making some very generalizing, declarative statements about rape jokes always being funny, how can a rape joke not be funny, rape is hilarious, etc. I don’t know why he was so repetitive about it but I felt provoked because I, for one, DON’T find them funny and never have. So I didnt appreciate Daniel Tosh (or anyone!) telling me I should find them funny. So I yelled out, “Actually, rape jokes are never funny!”

I did it because, even though being “disruptive” is against my nature, I felt that sitting there and saying nothing, or leaving quietly, would have been against my values as a person and as a woman. I don’t sit there while someone tells me how I should feel about something as profound and damaging as rape.

After I called out to him, Tosh paused for a moment. Then, he says, “Wouldn’t it be funny if that girl got raped by like, 5 guys right now? Like right now? What if a bunch of guys just raped her…” and I, completely stunned and finding it hard to process what was happening but knowing i needed to get out of there, immediately nudged my friend, who was also completely stunned, and we high-tailed it out of there. It was humiliating, of course, especially as the audience guffawed in response to Tosh, their eyes following us as we made our way out of there. I didn’t hear the rest of what he said about me.

Now in the lobby, I spoke with the girl at the will-call desk, and demanded to see the manager. The manager on duty quickly came out to speak with me, and she was profusely apologetic, and seemed genuinely sorry about what had happened, but of course we received no refund for our tickets, but instead a comped pair of tickets, although she admitted she understood if we never wanted to come back. I can imagine the Laugh Factory doesn’t really have a policy in place for what happens when a woman has to leave in a hurry because the person onstage is hurling violent words about sexual violence at her. Although maybe I’m not the first girl to have that happen to her.

I should probably add that having to basically flee while Tosh was enthusing about how hilarious it would be if I was gang-raped in that small, claustrophic room was pretty viscerally terrifying and threatening all the same, even if the actual scenario was unlikely to take place. The suggestion of it is violent enough and was meant to put me in my place.”

Please reblog and spread the word.


Now heres what I have to say:

I'm sure most of you will hate me for this but the topic of rape is funny. It takes a very clever comedian to take a controversial subject and craft a laughable joke from cringey subjects such as the holocaust, abortions, death, child molestation, animal cruelty, anything sacriligious or the aforementioned topic.

On this night Daniel Tosh's rape joke probably wasn't funny because he was either working it out a new joke or his timing was off. But make no mistake about it, comedy will make people laugh at the most dastardly tragic events that life has to offer, which is why in some cultures humor is considered sacred because it offers a healing element.

At various times in my life I kept hearing this same statement fashioned with different words, "______ is never funny" .

Well I got news for everyone, these contoversial topics are funny because if done right, these jokes can ilicit the big laughing response that comedians expect of them, and for the most part comedy club crowds know where they're at, they're in it for the suspension and disbelief, they are there for the escapism, they are there to hear satire, sarcasm, and other tools that comedians perform.

Whoever this lady is, she makes it pretty clear in the beginning of her blog that her evening is about getting of the house and, "doing something for the evening" , even if she committs herself to seeing Comedian Dane Cook who she regards as tolerable and not really their taste. (cookiesblog)

And honestly, after reading the first paragraph of her blog, does anyone else besides me get clued in that her night was going to be shit even before it started?

Now me being a comedian of 9 years, these are the types of people that make up the worst audiences in the world.

If you're in a foul mood, then stay the fuck home. And PLEASE PLEASE don't go to comedy club where more than likey you'll find a foul mouth comedian who will unintentionally press your shit button.

Getting back to subject matter at hand, I've also heard lady comedians tell the funniest rape jokes, double standard? I didn't see anyone huffing down their throats after the show.

When audience members go blindly into a comedy club and watch a generic comedy show, meaning they don't know who they're going to see, this occurence will frequently happen.

For goodness sakes, when you go to a comedy club keep in mind that you are a not watching a television set, you are watching a live act and if you're not careful, you'll be in the show whether you want to be or not. If you don't want to be, keep your mouth shut and keep smiling or just plain leave.

My reccommendation for the lady is to do better research before she goes out or stay home and continue to bake her delicious cookies.


Friday, July 13, 2012

Charlie Ballard - Audition for Native Reality Show

Hey, here my casting audition tape for a Native Reality Show, check it out!



I just got back from my 3rd run this week, its going to be a while before I can get my body back into shape for when I go back to Haskell this Spring and flash my cute booty in front of the man that should have been my husband.

And when I do see him, I'm going to make sure I'm bustin in my jeans, look him directly in the eye, and play this song in my head for extra confidence.


Margaret Cho - Mother Tour

Good news, I got booked for a college show at the University of Illinois later next month which I'm really excited about.

This show won't happen until the last weekend of August so I still have plenty of time to prep for it.

I was just telling my mom earlier tonight that I have a new television set ready, meaning I have a new polished non-offensive 5 minutes of material thats ready to be aired on National televison. Well, thats not true, its pretty offensive to White people but who cares right, its not like they've never said or done anything brutal to anyone else. In fact, my new mainstream, "Native" , material is actually quite clever, ghastly, and empowering.

I've been working on my new act since last Fall from when I did a show for the Native Student Club at San Francisco State University, thats when I knew it was ready.

When I get back, I'll be out the door again the first week of September to go check out Margaret Cho's new one woman show, "Mother" , at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

I'll probably see her again when she comes back to the Bay Area, but my main reason for going is to how far her show progresses from the beginning of the tour, to when I see it in SF, and then on cable.

I'm always amazed how she puts her shows together so maybe I might learn something new, I don't know? But mostly I'm going because the bitch makes me laugh, not an easy thing to do these days.

Its going to be great seeing Margaret Cho perform live but the real fun will be getting to hang out with Wesley and crew that weekend.

OMG, lets just say I'm already losing weight to gain weight for that weekend because we're going to be some eatin ass bitches when we get there!


Thursday, July 12, 2012

ESPN Body Issue Photos

Danell Leyva - US Mens Gymnastics
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Danell Leyva - Olympic US Gymnast
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Danell Leyva - Olympic US Gymnast
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Danell Leyva - Olympic US Gymnast
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Tim Howard - Goal Keeper
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Rob Gronkowski - Patriots Tight End
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Ashton Eaton - Olympic Decathlete
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Ashton Eaton - Olympic Decathlete
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Jose Bautista - Toronto Blue Jays
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Tim Morehouse - Fencing
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Carlos Bocanegra - US Mens National Team Soccer
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Brad Richards - Hockey NY Rangers
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Rob Gronkowski - New England Patriots Tight End
ESPN Body Issue 2012

Camilo Villegas - Pro Golfer
ESPN Body Issue 2010

Camilo Villegas - Pro Golfer
ESPN Body Issue 2010

Ethan Moreau, Sheldon Souray and Andrew Cogliano - Edmonton Oilers
ESPN Body Issue 2009