- Stage Attire- White running shoes are for fitness, Jeans are for fun and fashion. Jeans and runners are for the recently released, be it mental or penal institutions. When a look is named after you, its usually a good thing. Somehow you made it a bad thing. Also, no one wears a jacket on stage unless its a corporate gig. Even then though they would wear a tie, not just a shirt done up.
- Accommodation- How do you afford a two bedroom apartment in Manhattan on a Comedian's wage? I know the scene is much better, and your are quite good, but in Melbourne we don't even draw a wage. In fact if most Comedians were businesses we would be running at a loss. Why do you have a bike hanging up? We never see you ride it. Did you know it leaves a much smaller carbon footprint and would put those runners of your to some use. Although the jeans may be an issue.
- Material- as funny as your observations on stage may be, your real life conversations and friends are much funnier. I suspect this is a case for most comics, and people in general. Perhaps this is why only 2% of Australia has ever seen a live comedy performance...and unfortunately that would be most likely at venues like the Comics Lounge where they sell tickets at shopping malls in sheets of 20.
- Superannuation- Do you have it? Does it concern you? Comedians seem to have no insurance, super or unions. How can it possibly be a formal career choice without structure. I pretty sure even prostitutes have that now. Does it worry you? I think its important. Otherwise we'd all end up alcoholics, selling knives at Big W or worse of all on low rating commercial radio.