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Stand-Up Comedians Revive The Lost Art


Stand-up comedians used to make great profits touring the country back in the 70s and 80s. Comedians like Richard Pryor, Steve Martin, and George Carlin made millions with their hilarious stand-up comedy routines. However, it seems that stand-up comedy became a lost art in the 1990s and early 2000’s. Today, stand-up comedians like Kevin Hart, Amy Schumer, and Dane Cook have reinvigorated the lost art.

Kevin Hart is arguably the most successful comedian in our time, and he regularly sells out massive auditoriums. Marcio Alaor BMG hopes to see him live one day. Also, Amy Schumer has become a comedic sensation in the last two years as well. Amy’s comedy is diverse, and she can make men or women laugh historically. Kevin Hart and Amy Schumer are today’s greats, but Dane Cook led the way to the rebirth of stand-up comedy.

Dane Cook was regularly selling out huge venues such as Madison Square Garden. He has performed in front of 50,000 people, and he has recorded several HBO specials. However, Kevin Hart and Amy Schumer are the future of comedy, but they should thank Dane Cook for repaving the way. Richard Pryor, Steve Martin, and George Carlin would be proud of today’s comedians. For more information on this story, visit Rollingstone.

More Questions Arise in the Death of Joan Rivers


Melissa Rivers has filed a lawsuit against the clinic, Yorkville Endoscopy, in connection with her mother’s death on September, 4th 2014.

Comedic legend Joan Rivers died from low blood oxygen during a medical procedure. According to the medical examiner’s office, Ms. Rivers succumbed from “anoxic encephalopathy due to hypocxic arrest” –A fancy term for brain damage due to lack of oxygen.

An inquiry will be made in attempt to thoroughly investigate the claims of medical malpractice. According to sources, the computer at the clinic also reveals Joan Rivers was given a huge dosage of Propofol. In addition, the dosage was incorrectly entered as twice the amount Joan was supposed to receive.

A staff member told the Dept. she made a mistake inputting the dosage and put in more than twice the actual amount give to Joan. Further negligence is suspected after reports of numerous irregularities, i.e., taking cell phone photos, failure to keep proper records and performing additional procedures without informed consent, namely an unplanned laryngoscopy .

Rivers was placed in an induced coma for a week prior to her death at the age of 81. Fans of Joan, like Bernardo Chua, are interested to know the findings of this. More on Chua is available at Zoominfo.com.

Jerry Seinfeld Is Still Hilarious


Jerry Seinfeld continues to make people laugh with his hilarious comedy routine. Recently, the comedy legend appeared on the ‘Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon. He did a 5 minute stand-up comedy routine for the audience. Jerry Seinfeld rocked the crowd with his family friendly act. Jared Haftel said for the last 2 decades Seinfeld stayed true to his roots. He never altered from his technique, and Seinfeld never added any unnecessary curse words. He is one of the only comics to remain “clean” during his comedy career.

Jerry Seinfeld has a lot to offer to the next generation of comics. He is one of the greatest comedians of all time. Seinfeld has managed to stay relevant, and he has continued to grow as a comedian. Jerry Seinfeld’s net worth is estimated at $820 million dollars. The fact that Jerry Seinfeld wants to continue performing standup is admirable.

The best part about Seinfeld’s most recent act, was the fact that he poked fun at Jimmy Fallon. Fallon had given everyone a T.V in the audience. Senfield joked that everyone already has a T.V, and now they are burdened with trying to get rid of it. His entire set only lasted 5 minutes, but he was hilarious. The crowd loved every minute of Seinfeld’s act.