Meeting the comedy old guy

So I'm hanging in Albuquerque and I somehow meet someone. Don't ask me how I do it because I don't know. People never believe me but weird shit happens in my world. I met this older gentleman. I like older people by the way. I used to work as a waiter in a retirement high-rise. I had the bowl cut; my favorite haircut. I loved the Beatles in high school. I remember the old people loved my hair. They would always comment on it and I would prepare myself for something like, "Get a haircut sonny!" but instead I would get, "Hey son, I would give anything for your head of hair." They loved it.

Older people have wisdom. At least that's what I like to believe.

So I met this 83 year old man who worked in show business for 60 years. He was a comedy writer and performer. He wrote jokes for famous comedians, was a writer on a show called laugh in (which gave Goldie Hawn her big break), he wrote for Bill Cosby and all kinds of other shows and cool people. I told him I was an aspiring comedian and he said we should have lunch.

We met at the Frontier which is a cool restaurant right by the University of New Mexico and he bought me lunch. I got to hear his story, ask him for advice, and listen to a very cool man for an hour. He watched my comedy and he said that he liked it a lot. Then he asked me how I came up with the technique pf repeating everything that I say. He said it was very unique, he'd never seen it done before. I had no idea what he was talking about until I figured out that he pushed play twice on my youtube video and that's why I was repeating everything.

So the lesson here is that I'm very funny if you play two of my videos at the same time for an echo effect. Thank you sir.