1. There Is Never A Shortage Of Jokes
Last night's blog was humor column 98. On average each column is a list containing 7 to 50 elements. Let's say the average is 25. That means since last October I've written 2500 jokes. Keep in mind, I only publish 1/3rd of what I write, so I've actually written 7500 jokes.
The minute you say you can't write anything more you shut your mind down. It doesn't matter if you're writing jokes or a horror story. When you say you're out of ideas you're letting your internal censor take over. That's when people develop writer's block.
I write so much because I write everything that comes into my head. Once a joke is on paper, it frees up space in my mind for another joke to take it's place. Sometimes I know immediately that joke is great. Sometimes, I know it sucks. But it doesn't matter. When I don't give the idea a chance to be... [Read Entire Article]
Posted January 0, 2006 by Shayne Michael under Writing
Adam Richard Sandler was born born in Brooklyn, New York on September 9th, 1966. Today, he is an American comedian best known for his comedic roles, such as in the films Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy and his break out film the Wedding Singer.
When Sandler was five his family moved to Manchester, New Hampshire where Sandler attended Manchester Central High School. There he discovered a love for wrestling, baseball, and basketball that continued into adulthood. H also developed an early interest in music. At age 11, he got up to sing at a wedding performing Ringo Starr's You're Sixteen. But the huge applause lead Sandler to try an unexpected encore when he broke into a cover of the Beetle’s Yesterday, and booed for trying to be the centre of attention.
Sandler debuted 1983 as a stand-up comic at Boston's Stitches Comedy Club at age 17. The appearance came after his o... [Read Entire Bio]