"From the YouTube description: British writer Jane Bussmann (South Park, Brass Eye, Smack the Pony) with the show that sold out and blew the roof off the Sydney Opera House, London, New York, Los Angeles and Nairobi. Written after years traveling in Africa, this show is a hilarious, savage attack on celebrities, charities foreign aid and who it really helps. ”
"What are Scarlett Johansson’s bouncing tits of sorrow doing in a refugee camp?"
"Not for the easily offended or Sting."
"Jane’s accompanying book A Journey to the Dark Heart of Nameless Unspeakable Evil was Times Pick of the Week. "So funny you feel guilty laughing" —Reuters. "Genuinely confusing to rapists" -Chris Morris. "Very funny - Jane’s got a death wish" -Matt Stone, South Park."
Posted because it’s funny [when it isn’t really sad], and also because that goddamn U2 album keeps trying to download itself into my iTunes even though I’ve tried everything to kill it.
Been a couple weeks or so since I remembered to post one of these here. Show description:
This time around Pyra expounds on the drunk dude hitting on her friend at the final Stiff Valentine show over the weekend and gives a vital update on the old IKEA dressers situation before launching in the saga of her three pin up boy tattoos: from their inception and inspiration through getting sick of having them through the years of procrastinating about getting rid of them through a blow by blow description of the laser tattoo removal process and how the fading process is going.
She also gets into side blurbs about when Nine Inch Nails was only just starting to suck, being loyal to type and what the type is.
And we have some hot sexy quilt talk and the latest installation in the Johnny Thunders eBay poster saga [hint: one of them might be as “M.I.A.” as Johnny’s baby in the old song…]
That moment when you’re googling to find a specific old photo of Andy McCoy and Michael Monroe from Hanoi Rocks but in the results you see your own hand holding one of Andy’s picks you bought on eBay (plus one of Izzy Stradlin’s).