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Sunday, February 22, 2009

February 22: Damonde Tschritter

It's Oscar night! How exciting is that? Well, if you're me, it isn't. I lost all faith in the Oscars when Forrest Gump won for Best Picture and haven't watched since. But our guest tonight, Mr. Damonde Tschritter, will be watching so he can fill me in. And you, too, if you're listening. Damonde is a storytelling standup comic, actor, film maker and volunteer firefighter. I think. He's also the only Canadian ever to win the Seattle International Comedy Competition. It's his third time on the program, so we've got all the biographical information out of the way. Tonight we'll just rap about whatever. If that doesn't sell you on the show, I don't know what will. So tune in, won't you?

2 comments:

Orson Welles said...

I stopped watching the Oscars when How Green Was My Valley beat out Citizen Kane in 1941.

Anonymous said...

Yeah don't even get me started on how they screwed Stanley Kubrick! Poor Mickey Rourke... Anyway loved that british sports clip you played halfway through the show, I'll be sure to share it with some friends. I notice on the BBC website they mention your favorite comedian Bill Hicks in relation to Iggy Pop selling out. It's the Magazine section, don't have the link handy at the moment.