For me, 2014 was definitely the year of restraint.
I'm definitely not the same person I was in show business from back in 2003.
I can gladly now say, "this ain't my first gay rodeo" . (thanks for that line Chris Ferdinandson)
This past year, I had so many chances to pop off on different people, mostly comedians who needed an ego check, but like the older & wiser person I am, I just had to let a lot of that shit go.
Am I going to bring any of the crap up in this blog, uh no.
For 2014, I did the best job I could to keep positive working relationships with Bay Area comics no matter how many times I got screwed over by their usual, "what can you do for me and I won't do nothing for you" , attitudes.
I guess my role in the comedy community has really changed and I have to get use to the role of being a provider of quality stage time.
There is one comment among my haters that really does bother me, I'm starting to get a rep for getting new male comics to do my #HellaGayComedy show with their shirts off.
I can only respond to this statement in one way:
#its #hard #being #a #gay #pimp