First they found bin Laden.
Now they found Whitey Bulger.
Waldo, you’re f-ed.
“Hypnotize” by Notorious B.I.G., though a groundbreaking hip-hop song, will forever be burned into my brain as the song that made a 12-year-old me ask my mother what a ménage à trois was.
Big ups to Biggie for that special family moment.
Extra thanks to my middle school’s sex ed program for ill-preparing me for rap lyrics.
Killer show last night at Chemically Imbalanced Theatre’s Snubfest! Amazing audience and great performances all around. Thanks so much to CIC for hosting and to everyone who came out to support us. Special shout-out to our Speech and Debate Texans who were an awesome audience!
This is gonna be one hell of a show to watch once it’s uploaded to our site… begin bracing yourselves.
Come see more Hugs and Pullups TONIGHT at Snubfest’s Last Snob Standing Contest! 10pm. Chemically Imbalanced Theatre (1422 W. Irving Park Rd).
We rocked your world last night and we’re all set to do it again tonight!
Hugs and Pullups: Professional World Rockers.
Closing night! Hugs and Pullups is performing Picture Perfect? Friday 3/25 at the Second Stage Theater (3408 N. Sheffield, Chicago IL) $5.00. We have two glorious groups that will be performing with us tonight – Clusterschmuck and Moses.
Seriously, what are you doing at 11:00 PM on Friday. Come on – it’s our last night you know it will make you laugh so hard you’ll crap your pants!
Get 20% off your ticket for the show, if you can tell us where Hugs and Pullups is standing in this picture (below):
PS – We’re excited for baseball season…
Hugs and Pullups is performing Picture Perfect? Friday 3/18 at the Second Stage Theater (3408 N. Sheffield, Chicago IL) $5.00. We have two Rock’em Sock’em groups that will be performing with us Friday- Roscoe Village People and Three Caskets.
Seriously, what are you doing at 11:00 PM, come have a blast!
Get 20% off your ticket for Friday’s show, if you can tell us where Hugs and Pullups is standing in this picture (below):
PS – That was some good beer…
Hugs and Pullups is performing Picture Perfect? tonight at the Second Stage Theater (3408 N. Sheffield, Chicago IL) $5.00. We have two lovable groups that will be performing with us tonight – Who the Hell’s Kyle? and Honor Student Breakfast.
Come out and see some festive prov tonight – what are you doing at 11:00 PM?
Get 20% off your ticket for tonight’s show, if you can tell us where Hugs and Pullups is standing in this picture (below):
PS – The chili was tasty…
I want you to stop what you’re doing right now, run outside, and look up.
What do you see? Hmm?
Why, it’s the sky, of course! The night sky and all her pretty little stars. It’s all laid out there right above your head, plain and simple, just the same as it’s always been. Right?…
The night sky is and umbrella of deceit, and NASA is the chilly wet hand that grips it.
Last week, CNN followed the action surrounding the Space Shuttle Discovery, which has been flying missions into Earth’s orbit for nearly 30 years. The Shuttle is charging into the dark abyss one last time, to boldly go where
no man 246 men have gone before. What will be its glorious sendoff, according to NASA?
To “deliver a storage module, a science rig and spare parts to the international space station.”
Now hold on just one damn minute. NASA, are you trying to tell me that you’re flying not one, not two, but six men into outer space just to deliver some nuts and bolts and a Rubbermaid storage bin to a bunch of Commies in jumpsuits? Surely, you don’t really expect me, The Skeptic, to believe this?!
Something smelled foul, and it certainly wasn’t the space ice cream. I sniffed around a little bit, and was beginning to form some pretty startling conclusions, when NASA abruptly unveiled its dirty little secret:
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Robonaut 2: a “dexterous humanoid robot built and designed at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.” Robonaut 2 is accompanying the crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery on its mission into orbit. Reading up on the technical specs of this machine gave me a case of the willies! I hurtled through a maze of emotions, partly because the technology is straight outta Asimov, and partly because of an overwhelming desire to mate with the beast. My initial apprehension was soon eased, however, and my piercing gaze quickly turned elsewhere.
But then I got to thinking… Might that be exactly what NASA wants?
Is Robonaut 2 really the big secret they were trying to hide from us with the “spare parts and storage delivery” claim? Or is this friendly-looking robot simply a red herring that NASA hopes will divert our truth-seeking eyes from something far more sinister they’re cooking up beneath the deserts of Nevada…
Stay skeptical, my friends…
Special guests and special friends (not THAT kind of “special friend”… sickos) Shoelace Academy and Boom Boom Washington perform with us tonight, 11:00pm at Second Stage Theatre (Sheffield and Clark)! Only $5!
What an ultra awesome way to kick off our run! Good friends, great improv, and scary things*!
*Scary things not included. Audience must provide the fear**.
**So help me God, if we end up with 30 copies of “Fear” starring Mark Wahlberg, I’m gonna be real pissed.