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Here's a turn back the clock clip from a show I did in The Belly Room of The Comedy Store last March that I accidentally took down from my Youtube channel. It is actually one of my all time favorite bits. Ladies I apologize in advance for any misogyny present... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
Come out to Jon Lovitz Comedy Club this Friday night at 8pm. We have a great line up. It's going to be a hell of a night. Mention that you are there to see me and you'll get in free. Next weekend I'll be at The Comedy Store in The... Continue reading
Posted Apr 28, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
Image via Wikipedia As my plane teetered into Salt Lake City's airport, I was greeted with a blanket of snow and an icy wind. I naviagated my way through the airport even though the signs were a bit confusing and headed to pick up my rental car. The lady from... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
Image via Wikipedia As my plane teetered into Salt Lake City's airport, I was greeted with a blanket of snow and an icy wind. I naviagated my way through the airport even though the signs were a bit confusing and headed to pick up my rental car. The lady from National was really sweet and we had a nice little conversation as she got me my car. The conversation was mostly centered around how apprehensive I was to drive in the snow again. I mentioned that I was really glad that this time I at least had a Chevy Malibu... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2011 at Brothers Walsh
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Image via Wikipedia The Monterey Pennisula is one of the places in California that I have most certainly looked forward to visiting. Especially since I missed a great opportunity to see it with my sister a few years back and she has never let me live it down (and rightfully... Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
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Image via Wikipedia The Monterey Pennisula is one of the places in California that I have most certainly looked forward to visiting. Especially since I missed a great opportunity to see it with my sister a few years back and she has never let me live it down (and rightfully so). So I was really excited when I learned that I would be flying in there and would get to spend some time in this lovely Utopian place, as it had seemingly been described to me. However, what was going to be a two day stay in the Monterey/Salinas area... Continue reading
Posted Apr 7, 2011 at Brothers Walsh
Image via Wikipedia I sign into my email and the email is from my Regional Manager at Monster and it's my flight information for my upcoming trip to a small, little town in the great state of Washington called Clarkston. Now I have no idea where Clarkston is, so naturally... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
Image via Wikipedia I sign into my email and the email is from my Regional Manager at Monster and it's my flight information for my upcoming trip to a small, little town in the great state of Washington called Clarkston. Now I have no idea where Clarkston is, so naturally I have no idea what flight path I'm going to take to get there. The only airport I'm actually aware of in Washington is Seattle (I know, my knowledge of the geography of the American Northwest is lacking to say the least). Now, I am fully aware that to anyone... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2011 at Brothers Walsh
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So I first realized that perhaps I go to Starbucks too much and drink too much coffee when they sent me a personalized gold card to use. Yeah, it's says a lot when you have a card with your name on it. I thought that was bad enough, a big enough statement of how much coffee I drink. However, then I went into Starbucks the other day and I didn't even have to order. The girl just holds up a venti cup with my order already on it. It was very Cheers like, it was cool for them to remember,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2011 at Brothers Walsh
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So I first realized that perhaps I go to Starbucks too much and drink too much coffee when they sent me a personalized gold card to use. Yeah, it's says a lot when you have a card with your name on it. I thought that was bad enough, a big... Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
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Last night was another great show at the World Famous Ice House right down the road in Pasadena, one of my all time favorite places to perform. There was a great line up of comedians and a great crowd there ready to laugh. Thank you to all who came out. I'm still adding new shows but you can catch me around LA April 14th at the Pig N' Whistle in Hollywood and April 22nd at Malo in Los Angeles. My comedy hiatus is over. Good Times. Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2011 at Brothers Walsh
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Last night was another great show at the World Famous Ice House right down the road in Pasadena, one of my all time favorite places to perform. There was a great line up of comedians and a great crowd there ready to laugh. Thank you to all who came out.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
Insomnia is not just a bad Al Pacino movie from the late 90's. You would think with as much as I travel I wouldn't have trouble sleeping in hotel beds. Nonetheless, here I am in San Bernardino exhausted but staring at the cieling. It's the bright lights and bustle of... Continue reading
Posted Mar 31, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
Today I board a flight to Walla Walla, WA. Where you say? Well I say, hell yeah Walla Walla.The Looney Toons fan in me is really excited. Don't remember where Bugs Bunny said it, then YouTube Transylvania 6-5000. You'll thank me for the trip back to childhood. In fact, maybe I should just Youtube it for you to save us both the time and give you the immense joy that accompanies a viewing. Image via Wikipedia Here is the video that explains why I am so excited to go to a random place that I have only heard of one... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2011 at Brothers Walsh
Today I board a flight to Walla Walla, WA. Where you say? Well I say, hell yeah Walla Walla.The Looney Toons fan in me is really excited. Don't remember where Bugs Bunny said it, then YouTube Transylvania 6-5000. You'll thank me for the trip back to childhood. In fact, maybe... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2011 at Adam Michael Walsh
A couple weeks ago, my work travels to me to Bakersfield which is a place that I actually travel to quite frequently. Quite different from the chaos of Los Angeles, Bakersfield is a more agricultural area and the people and the pace reflect that. Slower pace, solid, down to earth people, it's really a nice little place to get away from the craziness of LA for a little while. (if you can get passed the occasional fertilizer smell) via www.adammichaelwalsh.com Continue reading
Reblogged Dec 1, 2010 at Brothers Walsh
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A couple weeks ago, my work travels to me to Bakersfield which is a place that I actually travel to quite frequently. Quite different from the chaos of Los Angeles, Bakersfield is a more agricultural area and the people and the pace reflect that. Slower pace, solid, down to earth... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2010 at Adam Michael Walsh
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As a college football fan, I am so sick of seeing an unranked Big East team or a 4 loss ACC team going to a BCS Bowl Game because of their conferences automatic qualifying bid. All the while solid undefeated teams from non-BCS conferences like TCU and Boise State are wondering if they'll even make it to a BCS game if they win out, let alone get the rightful shot to play in the National Title game. The National Title debate I'll leave as a dog for another fight. This fight is about the unfair prejudice and bias given to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2010 at Brothers Walsh
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As a college football fan, I am so sick of seeing an unranked Big East team or a 4 loss ACC team going to a BCS Bowl Game because of their conferences automatic qualifying bid. All the while solid undefeated teams from non-BCS conferences like TCU and Boise State are... Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2010 at Adam Michael Walsh
I don't understand why we as a culture like to make issues out of things that are clearly not issues. I am currently sitting here watching ESPN's "Outside the Lines", a great show tackling a stupid issue. There are a number of people on the show having the debate whether or not it's a problem that Image via Wikipedia Kobe Bryant appeared in a commercial endorsing a war video game. They are claiming that he is promoting violence. No, I'm pretty sure he is just promoting a video game. They are comparing it to some crappy album Allen Iverson put... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2010 at Brothers Walsh
I don't understand why we as a culture like to make issues out of things that are clearly not issues. I am currently sitting here watching ESPN's "Outside the Lines", a great show tackling a stupid issue. There are a number of people on the show having the debate whether... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2010 at Adam Michael Walsh
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Reports came out this week that Cal's near upset of #1Oregon may not have been just an example of good ol' fashion hard work and preparation. Nor was it hard nose smashmouth football. In fact, to me it was quite the contrary. Sources said that Cal players actually faked injuries... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2010 at Adam Michael Walsh
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Reports came out this week that Cal's near upset of #1Oregon may not have been just an example of good ol' fashion hard work and preparation. Nor was it hard nose smashmouth football. In fact, to me it was quite the contrary. Sources said that Cal players actually faked injuries in order to slow down The Ducks infamous high tempo attack. When another glance is giving to certain injuries during the game, it becomes blatantly obvious these reports are true. It further removes the mystery when the coaches admit that this was part of the strategy to beat Oregon. They... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2010 at Brothers Walsh
Image via Wikipedia Despite splitting time at two different apartments (yay for two rent payments) because of the overlap and the chaos that come from moving, the world continues to spin. That means work and traveling continues as well. It has been nice to be a bit closer to home lately though. Since speaking, I have gone to the desert heat of Arizona, up to the foggy, pine tree covered landscape of Washington, over to the snowy expanses ofMinnesota, and down to the Lone Star State on a pretty regular basis. Oh yeah, and let's not forget the occasional trips... Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2010 at Brothers Walsh
Image via Wikipedia Despite splitting time at two different apartments (yay for two rent payments) because of the overlap and the chaos that come from moving, the world continues to spin. That means work and traveling continues as well. It has been nice to be a bit closer to home... Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2010 at Adam Michael Walsh