This is tragedy. This is comedy. This is the funniest thing in the world.

Nothing I will ever do with be this funny.


All credit to Blue Delliquanti.


Emily Graslie is a goddamn superhero. Doesn’t deserve dealing with dickbags when she’s busy doing her job.


Sharks doin’ shark stuff!



Thank you, Robin.

Robin Williams loved comedy. Cherished comedy. I read in an interview (in ¡SATIRISTAS! ?) that he considered himself first and foremost a stand-up comic. He was renowned, respected, and adored for his acting. But what did he think he was? A comic. I’ve heard stories from dozens of comedy people saying how much he loved being a comic, and how much he loved being around other comics.

When I started doing stand-up, I wanted to love it more than anything else in the world. Not just because I wanted to tell jokes on a stage – I wanted to be a comic. I wanted to be one of them. I wanted to love being part of a community, a kinship, a “club” of funny people. And few people could exemplify that love as much as Robin Williams. It’s so awful he’s not around anymore to keep doing it. But I’m eternally thankful he did it for me.

What a shark attack looks like.

You better believe I was too scared to full-screen this. Happy Shark Week.