Thursday, 28 February 2013

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

When I try to talk to my husband while he's building an excel model, it's like:

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

When I see another partner across the room at an event full of students, we're like:

Monday, 25 February 2013

The Business February 27th 2013: The Songs to O’Shea By Edition- Now with 2x the Kevin!



There are Kevins, and there are O’Sheas.  But there is only one Kevin O’Shea.  At least there is only one that we know of.  I mean the odds are good that there is someone else that has both the name “Kevin” and the name “O’Shea”, but that guy (or rather unfortunate girl) would never be the Kevin O’Shea that Kevin O’Shea is.  

This week, we all Kevin to the O’Shea beat.




Established in 1984 following the mergers of Steven and Cathy O’Shea, Kevin O’Shea has been one of San Francisco’s leading manufactures of mirth, laughter, hilarity and all around good times! Kevin has been commonly described as clever, absurd, awkward but in a funny way and too smart for his own good. He has been seen on the Independent Film Chanel and ComedyCentral.com. He is a favorite of comedy festivals such as: The SF Sketch Fest and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. Go see him now as his 4thquarter productivity has never been higher!

And more KEVIN! Kevin Camia will join us this week as well. He has been featured on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham", Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, AZN's Asia Street Comedy and the San Francisco Sketchfest. His comedy is a mix of dry wit, strange observations and social satire delivered in a "tell it like it is" performance. 

Bringing the beat to Kevin by will be KALX DJ and musical auteur Spencer Owen! Owen arranges all the compositions and performs all of the vocals, instruments and production himself for his home 6-track audio-cassette recordings.  (Which means he does more with his afternoons that I do, but can he say he watched all of House of Cards in 15 hours?  No, I’ll bet he can’t)

You regulars this week are the fearsome foursome, Sean Keane, Nato Green, Caitlin Gill and Bucky Sinister, who is made of steel and one pound Fuddrucker burgers.  

This whole spectacular show is just $5! You can even bring a friend for free!  http://thebusinesscomedy.blogspot.com/

Get there early, we sell out.  

BYOBurrito and we will top it with Business.  Or salsa*, your choice.

*The Business does not have salsa.  They probably gave you some at the taqueria.  Check under your chips. 
When my husband reminds me about his dream of working in management consulting then tells me:

I remember he'll be away four days a week and just want to be like:
Ironically, I want to do the same thing during every Anne Hathaway acceptance speech

Friday, 22 February 2013

When I'm working at 8am on Friday and my husband is watching a documentary about beer because he doesn't have class, I'm like:

(TGIF)

Thursday, 21 February 2013

When I find a misspelled word in my fiancé's cover letter, I'm like:

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

The Business February 20th 2013: The Koll into Diamonds Edition


Alex Koll.  Original Business Man.  Air Guitar Demigod. General All Around Incredible Human Being.

San Francisco has been lucky to have him, but it's time to let the Koll Diamond shine somewhere new.  New York!  He's moving to the Big Apple, but not before The Business sends him off in style.

Joining us for the big Bon Voyage will be Sam Tallent.  Out all the way from Denver, Sam has been described as 'the Black Flag of comedy' and a zine in Denmark said 'Sam is the surreal voice of an earnestly silly generation'. Reggie Watts, TJ Miller, Kyle Kinane, Sean Patton and other quality gigglesmiths have worked with Sam and not complained to management.

We are also pleased to announce the return of Bobby Joe Ebola and the Children MacNuggits!  Difficult to categorize, awkward on a flyer, and impossible to forget, the “pretty songs about terrible things” of Bobby Joe Ebola have become the soundtrack of the “Great Recession” & civilization’s “Slow Apocalypse”. Longtime friends to The Business and even longertime friends to Alex Koll, there is no better guest to play Alex' San Francisco swan song.

The Business is gonna miss Alex.  This is gonna be a special show.  You wanna be there.

We sell out.  Arrive early for a seat.

Just $5!  You can even get a coupon to bring a friend for free right here http://thebusinesscomedy.blogspot.com/
When my husband offers to watch the kids for 2 hours, I'm like:

Monday, 18 February 2013

When my fiancé complains that he still has to go to class for an hour and a half on President's Day, I'm like:

Friday, 15 February 2013

My husband doesn't do his work at home because most of the time I'm like:

Thursday, 14 February 2013

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
For the same-sex B-School couples out there, who no doubt have their own set of challenges!

When classmates of my female partner finally realize that just because she doesn't have a boyfriend doesn't mean she's single, they're like:

when they continue to flirt with her anyway, right in front of me, I'm like:
When my husband tells me he won't be home until late because he has some event he has to go to, I'm like:

Wednesday, 13 February 2013

The Business- The Mrs. Doubtfire 3- The Bitch is Back And This Time She Means BUSINESS Edition

This week, The Business welcomes guests from sorta near and pretty far! Visiting us from the capital city of our glorious state are two golden boys. John Ross was born to be a comedian. In that he was born addicted to drugs. Geez John, way to be born with a silver spoon… IN YOUR PARENTS' HANDS (I know, that was a little strong. I just wanted to prepare you for the subject matter of the evening’s event, which may include junkie parents, spoons and needles. Coincidentally, John Ross played bass for both Junkie Parents and Spoons and Needles). Nick Aragon has the funny bone of the Fellowship of the Ring in his DNA. The comedy is strong with this one. He really beams up the funny. I’m just gonna keep mixing nerdy metaphors until the hate mail really starts flowing). And all the way from London, we are always happy to have the stellar Scott Capurro on the bill. Described by San Francisco Weekly (free press, edited by lesbians and designed by trannies 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. And of course, your regulars! Sean Keane, Caitlin Gill, Bucky Sinister and Nato Green! We sell out, so get there early for a seat. BYOBurrito but make it dress up like enchiladas and clean your house.
When an interviewer asks my husband how many quarters can fit inside the Empire State building, he's like:

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Whenever you try to show your partner this blog, I bet it's like:

Monday, 11 February 2013

When my mom tells me that all of my high school friends have had kids by now, I'm like:

Friday, 8 February 2013

When we first got to business school, I was like:

but on graduation day I'll definitely be like:
My goal on the B-School ski trip:

...especially since we're driving straight north in a snowstorm

Thursday, 7 February 2013

When I'm trying to leave the bar just as the undergrads are arriving, I'm like:

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

When my fiance tells me he applied for an unpaid summer internship, I'm like:

Tuesday, 5 February 2013

When the other partners and I realize that our students are all interning in the same city this summer, we're like:

Monday, 4 February 2013

The Business February 6th 2013, The "SF Sketchfest means BUSINESS" Edition

The best time of year is here once more!

Christmas? Heck no, we drank our way right through though the holidays (Bucky was drowning in Cherry Coke Zero).


Summer time? Nope, too sticky. Also, The Business has core competencies, not competent cores, so bikini season is right out for us.

Valentine’s Day? Gross. Who are you, anyway? Ug.

It’s Sketchfest time! The best time of all! When comics from all over the country come to San Francisco for three weeks full of incredible shows!!

The Business is very happy to be a part of this annual cavalcade of comedy once more, and we have some of our favorite guests on for the FESTivities.

Chris Knutson is joining us, he is the winner of ACME's Funniest Person in the Twin Cities award in 2010. Plus Joe Tobin, a comedian, writer and Flyers fan based in our own back yard!

We are also happy to have SF star turned LA sensation, Drennon Davis.

From his elaborate characters and sketches, to his provocative songs and animation, Drennon has made name for himself as one of the most innovative minds in today’s comedy scene. His live performances of the Imaginary Radio Program combine live music and beat-boxing with one-man sketches into a shot that the Los Angeles Comedy Bureau writes "not only lives up to its name, but exceeds expectation in that you could possibly think it is." Drennon was featured on NBC's Last Call and was a semi finalist on Last Comic Standing. His new animated show The Long Legs can be seen on MTV's rebirth of Liquid Television.

Your regulars Sean Keane, Bucky Sinister, Nato Green and Caitlin Gill will also be there, all full of Sketchfest cheer!

ALL THIS SHOW IS JUST $10!!

We sell out. So if you want a seat AND YOU KNOW YOU DO, get there early.

BYOBurrito and we will autograph your foil.
When my boyfriend uses flattery to get me to help him write his cover letter (and it works), I'm like

Saturday, 2 February 2013

When Anish Shah, creator of "B-School Made Me Funny," said he was excited to read my blog, I was like:

Friday, 1 February 2013

When my husband gets invited to a pub crawl at noon on Friday, he's like:

and I have to work, so I'm like: