My Take

by Johnny Robish

Johnny Robish

Johnny Robish
Malibu, California, USA
October 01
Rubbish In, Robish Out!
Johnny Robish is an actor, stand-up comic and joke/humor writer who lives in Woodland Hills, 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,, 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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FEBRUARY 5, 2013 12:58AM

Link Found Between Pesticide Exposure and IQ

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Link Found Between Pesticide Exposure and IQ: According to three independent studies released in Environmental Health Perspectives children exposed to high pesticide levels in the womb have lower average IQs than other kids.  In response, doctors are cautioning pregnant women to avoid having their wombs sprayed with pesticides, even if its done by a professional. 


Skeleton Is Richard III Confirmed:  Archeologists in Britain said that they believe “beyond reasonable doubt” that an ancient skeleton found under a parking lot in Leicester belonged to King Richard III, who was killed in battle 500 years ago.  I was wondering where the hell I misplaced those bones.  As they say, "ashes to ashes, dust to asphalt.” 

Leafy Greens Leading Cause of Food Poisoning:  Leafy green vegetables such as lettuce and spinach have been found to be one of the top sources of food poisoning, according to a new report released by the CDC.  Apparently the only people who are not at risk are the vast majority of Americans.

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