My Take

by Johnny Robish

Johnny Robish

Johnny Robish
Location
Malibu, California, USA
Birthday
October 01
Company
Rubbish In, Robish Out!
Bio
Johnny Robish is an actor, stand-up comic and joke/humor writer who lives in Malibu, California. Most recently, Johnny had a weekly humor column entitled “Kauai Komedy” in The Garden Island, Kauai’s main newspaper before moving back to Malibu. A committed writer, Johnny has often stated that “the only time I’m really happy is when I’m sitting in front of a typewriter. Unfortunately, there are no typewriters anymore, so I’m just miserable all the time.” A favorite at comedy clubs all over the western United States, Johnny’s humor has also been published in such diverse venues as the LA Times “Laugh Lines”, medical journals, trade publications, dozens of company newsletters, humor magazines and numerous internet sites such as The Malibu Patch, Curve Wire, Salon.com, AARP, DailyComedy.Com, FunnyFirm.Com, How Sick Is That? and Peter Bergman’s Radio Free OZ which also features TV’s John Goodman, Edie McClurg and Paul Krassner. Johnny has also written for road comics including Taylor Negron, Mel Kohl, Marti Schauer and Jere Evans.

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Salon.com
NOVEMBER 27, 2012 2:29AM

Chief of Air Traffic Organization Resigns

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Chief of Air Traffic Organization Resigns:  Hank Krakowski, chief operating officer of the Air Traffic Organization has resigned following numerous reports of air traffic controllers sleeping on the job.  When asked what he’ll do now, Krakowski said he has no immediate plans other than to sleep in.

 

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Trump Children Hold Intervention:  According to a New York Daily News source, Donald Trump's three eldest children, Eric, Donald Jr. and Ivanka, held a meeting with their father at his Fifth Avenue offices in mid-October to urge him to tone down his attacks on President Obama.  In response, an angry Trump told his children “you’re adopted.”

 

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Job Interview Mistakes:  A survey of hiring managers ranks answering a cellphone call or returning a text message as the most common mistakes made during an interview.  Another common mistake is telling an interviewer “I should take this call, its my drug dealer,” which is almost never acceptable unless you’re is applying for work at a crack house.

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Sound advice! ;-)

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