I recently saw a video of Bill O’Reilly condescendingly respond to a viewer’s question about the moon and the tide. Though I can’t tell exactly what O’Reilly believes, I can tell that whoever disagrees with him is a desperate pinhead. The video is so smug and proud of it’s anti-intellectualism that it begs the question whether Bill O’Reilly is some sort of savant — eerily able to connect on an emotional level while covering up a crippling level of mental retardation. I’d like to say that it is not his belief in a higher-power that I find problematic, but the dismissive arrogance with which he willfully ignores information he should’ve learned in 9th grade Earth science or can be easily found on Wikipedia (admittedly crowd-sourced, but often accurate).
Two side notes: obviously, I think it would be terrible if a hostile alien race came to Earth. However, one of the only pluses would be if a photograph could be taken of Bill O’Reilly at that moment, just to finally see a chip in his cocksure worldview. Secondly, a fun way to watch his video is to pretend he’s a militant Jihadist, just sharing his thoughts about the moon. Below is Bill O’Reilly’s video:
Here is my parody of Bill O’Reilly’s moon video:
A comedian asked me “If I were to send you a video of me doing stand up comedy, would you give me tips?” My response below:
Writing is a very popular art form that dates back as far as any living person can remember (somewhere in the late 1890s). There are still a handful of devoted souls who practice this dying art. Of course to most people, no authors come to mind — since this art form is in its last months. Radio may have killed the video star, but web video and micro-blogging have killed the publishing star. Still, one man survives and rises above the fray — Wesley Stace. Below, enjoy my interview with him:
Here’s a video about my character from Bob’s Burgers. There is no nudity or swearing in this, so feel free to watch it at work. You can even watch it while walking down the street on your phone, because it is 2011.
Here’s a little promo clip for Bob’s Burgers. It’s promo-y, but it’s a nice time:
I’m on a new cartoon on Fox created by Loren Bouchard that premiers this Sunday 1/9 on Fox at 8:30. It’s about a family that runs a struggling burger restaurant. The show also stars Jon Benjamin, Kristen Schaal, John Roberts and Dan Mintz. I play the middle son, Gene.
On Friday 1/7 in LA I’m hosting a show at Largo featuring many of the cast members and guest voice actors from Bob’s Burgers including: John Roberts, Sarah Silverman, Laura Silverman, Dan Mintz, and awesome special guests!
Here’s the Working Stiff column from today’s Boston Herald about Bob’s Burgers.
Also, click on the words “Floating Secretary” or “Fidelity in Boston is a place I didn’t enjoy working” to read another Boston Herald article about some of my various past jobs.
Here’s a little promo for it:
Here’s an episode of Space Talk featuring Eric Slovin and Reggie Watss!
I made a video about the midterm elections for Comedy Central’s Indecision site. You don’t believe me? That’s weird. Since it’s right here:
|Eugene Mirman – Indecision – Replace Politicians With Horses|
Not to mention that if you click on the phrase I am upset by the unemployment rate, so I’m going to vote for a dragon! you’ll also get to the video.
Unlike it’s competitors, USA Network has finally come out against racism. TNT, you may know drama — but you don’t know how to brand yourself as the world’s first official non-prejudice cable network. Same with you, Cartoon Network and Korea TV — you dropped the ball. Some of you who watch a lot of Law and Order (like me) might have seen the following ad over and over again for USA Network’s Characters Unite campaign. Though I understand where they were coming from, the ad was missing something: me. So I added myself.