Showing posts from January, 2013
When my friend and I successfully meet to go to the gym, we're like:
When my boyfriend gets his first internship offer, I'm like:
When he tells me it is in Delaware, I'm like:
When my boyfriend and his classmates reminisce about their three-week trip over the holidays and then complain about how hard it is to go back to "real life," I'm like:

The Business January 30th 2013, The "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Graduate Management Admission Test" Edition

This week, you’re either on the bus or off the bus as we take off on a tripped out psychedelic adventure, man!
Come experience a perception of the comic unity of a higher level. And a feeling of timelessness, the feeling that what we know as time is only the result of a naive faith in causality - the notion that A in the past caused B in the present, which will cause C in the future, when actually A, B, and C are all part of a pattern that can be truly understood only by opening the doors of perception and experiencing it... in this moment... this supreme moment... this Kairos. I mean comedy. Yeah, comedy.

This week, The Business welcome’s two guests, freshly returned from tours through the gates of inner-consciousness.

Josh Androsky is one of the clowns behind Hamclown: Los Angeles comedy hotspot and a Skateboard Rabbi on Shrooms that OWNED the Price is Right.

Keith D’Souza is a rare and beautiful bird. We will cage him for you and let you laugh at him.

Your regulars will b…
When I hear a partner say she doesn't care how much her husband makes after business school as long as he's doing something he enjoys, I'm like:
Why I'm going all out for B-School Prom this weekend:
When my fiancé asks how I would feel about taking the summer off of work and living with him in California, I'm like:
When my husband tells me he isn't cutting his hair until he starts his "real job", I'm like:

The Business January 23rd 2013, The "Mrs. Doubtfire 2: Revenge of the Fallen" Edition

San Francisco loves a home-grown star, and even though our guest this week now lives in London, he will always be the dude from SF that was in that movie where Robin Williams wore a dress.
Scott Capurro was reared in Daly City, California; at age 3, he swam the English Channel. Since 1993, he's avoided AIDS by telling unsavory jokes in every English speaking country. Described by San Francisco Weekly (free press, edited by lesbians and designed by trannys with large hands and hidden agendas) as "stand-up in the very best possible sense - deadpan, ever-alert and hilarious". Scott has appeared in Mrs. Doubtfire, where, effortlessly, he played a homosexual; and Star Wars: Phantom Menace, where, breathlessly, he wore a body stocking.

We are also happy to welcome one of Fresno’s finest, Raphi Barakat!

And your regulars! Caitlin “Mrs. Apprehensionflame” Gill, Sean “Mrs. Concernedblaze” Keane, Bucky “Mrs. Badfeelingaboutthatspark” Sinister and Alex “Mrs. Incredu…
When my husband asks me to drive him to school when it's -7 degrees out, I'm like:
When my fiancé finds out that two of his second round interviews are at the same time, he's like:
Whenever I try to talk to an MBA student, I'm like:

Time to Think Big in New York

By some measures, New York racing is enjoying great success. According to a press release this week from the New York Racing Association, betting handle in 2012 increased significantly, far outpacing the nationwide trend. In fact, but for the increase in betting at NYRA, nationwide handle would have declined in 2012 compared to the previous year. When NYRA's double digit increases were added in, nationwide handle actually rose 1%.

According to NYRA, all-sources handle, including simulcasting and export handle, was up 11.8 percent to $2.5 billion in 2012 compared to $2.2 billion in 2011. Total handle on NYRA races alone climbed 12.4 percent to $2.2 billion last year over $2.0 billion in 2011.

According to Equibase, handle on all races in the United States rose 1 percent to $10.9 billion in 2012 from $10.8 billion in 2011. That means NYRA's racing product accounted for more than 20% of all betting in the country, by far the largest share of any racing operator, and up from 18.5% t…
Cheering for my undergrad teams:
Cheering for my boyfriend's B-School's teams:
When my fiance tries to suck up to me after coming home drunk at 2am on a work night, I'm like: Thanks to the Partners at Wharton for this submission!
When my husband forgets to put his meetings on our shared Google calendar, I'm like:
When my husband asks me to spend the summer at his internship in Wisconsin, I'm like:

The Business January 16th 2013, The "Night Of January 16th- A Comedy Show by Ayn Rand" Edition

A night of passion and intrigue! Marvel at the legal spectacle as a jury decides if Bjorn Faulkner threw himself out of his penthouse or if he was pushed to his death by his secretary, Karen Andre!!!

Contemplate the heady moral nuances of contrasting ideas of individualism versus conformity! Wonder at which verdict the jury will return, IT CHANGES WITH EACH PERFORMANCE OF THE PLAY!! HOW NOVEL!!!! (It was also a novel.)

…or we can just have a fun comedy show instead.

The verdict is in on Brendan Lynch. He has been found funny by a jury of his peers (though we’re not sure they were really his peers, as they were all shorter than he is).

Brendan Lynch has established himself as a comedian to look out for in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is a regular performer at clubs all over the Northern California and has performed in the San Francisco SketchFest for the last two years. Don't be deceived by Brendan's low-key manner. Prepare yourself for an outrageous slice outs…
When my husband comes back from a night full of networking events, he's like:
When my husband finally announces he's done with homework and ready for dinner, I'm like:
My husband coming home from night class and crashing immediately:
The people my fiancé hates to work with on group projects:

The Business January 9th 2013, The "There’s GOLD in This Here Show!!" Edition

The Business has elemental riches! Our lush lands are bursting with precious metals. You can’t dip a pan in our rivers without coming up with gold. ..


Our guest this week is none other than sweet cookie Heather Gold.
Heather Gold is a writer, performer and audience involver whom boingboing calls "brilliant" and "one of our favourite comedians." She scales conversation and public intimacy. Her mission is to create a space and a world where we can be ourselves together. Heather emcees and performs for venues and clients across North America, and contributes to magazines and newspapers like The San Jose Mercury News, the Toronto Globe & Mail and CBC Radio. Heather hosts the weekly podcast the leading show about social engagement in a networked world. She’s been quoted and covered in places like WIRED, Salon and NPR.

Of course, your regulars will be there as well. Though Mike Drucker will always be IN The Business,…
When B-school girls tell me stories about getting drunk with my fiancé. 
Me on the outside:
Me on the inside:
Thanks to the Partners at Booth for this submission!
When my husband walks into his 3rd class with his favorite professor, he's like:
 and the professor is just like:
When I see non B-School couples who actually spend time together, I'm like:
When I met a partner who took a job at a daycare while her boyfriend is in business school:
When I first started trying to tell people about this blog, I was like:
When my friend - who is going to business school next year with her husband - reads my blog, she's like:

The Business January 2nd 2013, The “2013- the Exciting Sequel to 2012 Starring John Cusack” Edition

Roland Emmerich guest directs this very exciting edition of The Business, in which we will face off with Godzilla in a terrible storm that happened cause we flooded the atmosphere with carbons while we were fighting aliens for our Independence.

We have guest stars to help us! (and they are the good kind that will survive til the end of the movie!


Jules Posner!

Jules Posner is a stand up comedian and San Francisco native. He has been described as a comedian who, “puts the ‘b’ in subtle”. Jules performs all over the country and is a regular at the SF Punchline. Jules Posner has been featured on, Hulu, and SF Sketchfest 2011-2012.

Tony Camin!

Tony has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Real Time with Bill Maher, and lots of others that have been cancelled. He's has performed at The Just For Laughs festival in Montreal as well as The HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, as well as the Melbourne Comedy festival…
Happy New Year!!! 

We hope that 2013 brings with it good things like closed lists, 
good grades (even if they are made up and the points don't matter), and a general decrease in Business School-related stress.
Now, back to our regularly scheduled programming

When my husband starts to realize that next semester starts in like a week, he's like: