A Sat Night of Comedy at Beverly Elks with these Guys!

Lucky me..to entertain these guys Sat night at the "Installation Meeting"for the Elks in Beverly Ma.
All jokes aside we ALL had a great time...and a special thanks to"Mr White Legs" and the New Guys!"
Prize to the one who guesses whos who?
There ya go buddy!

My Alma Mater has a nice update on my career!

Just got the online version of St.Francis University's Spring Newsletter. My Alma Mater in Loretto Pa was just a small college when I graduated way back when and has grown to a "University" now. They were nice enough to include a blurb about little ole me! Go to this link  http://www.francis.edu/uploadedFiles/Marketing_and_Public_Affairs/SFU_Magazine_spring2012_web.pdf and scroll down to pg 28...plus you can see a picture of the knuckleheads I'll be joining soon on the Jersey shore for our annual "boys weekend" Thanks SFU Alumni Assoc.!
There ya go buddy!

Great connection and possible double billing of 2 Tom's

I found out awhile back there's another funny Tom Clark in this world..yes a working comic on the other coast doing great work and getting more TV then me..but thats cool ..he's a nice guy and we agreed to post  webpage links for each other..so check him out at http://www.tomclark.com..and/ become a fan of another funny Tom Clark...and he's talking about coming east so were looking into a 2 Tom show..so calling all comedy clubs here in New England to get on this once in a life time chance!!!...ACT NOW Bookers!!!
There ya go Buddy!

5 mins of C.L. at The Dance Hall Kittery

Finally playing with video software..heres a taste of C.L.Thomas as the crowd sings him on at The Dance Hall Kittery last month
Enjoy!!
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Found this today...great thoughts by a great comic!

WHAT I’VE LEARNED DOING STAND-UP COMEDY
BY WENDY LIEBMAN
Figure out your hair and wear what you want.
Timing is everything. Time is everything else.
Dreams really can come true.
Envisioning the future helps create it.
Prepare, show up, do your best, and learn for next time.
Pray that no one throws anything at your head.
Life is what’s right in front of you. Try to live in the moment.
Get to know the people who are closest. Respect everybody else. Don’t forget the back.
Trust your instincts.
Never attack the weak.
You are equal to everyone. You are idiosyncratic and unique.
Hear what your hecklers and critics have to say.
Transform negativity into healthy competition.
People communicate through speech and sounds, movement and silence.
Be really specific.
Know what you want.
Choose words carefully.
Deliberate (think) and be deliberate (speak and do).
This is not a dress rehearsal, but you are a work in progress.
Some of the best moments can’t be planned. There is always a bit of luck and magic involved.
Know when to be serious.
Don’t take the obvious for granted. Remember to breathe and stand up.
Artistic license is freedom either to tell the truth or to use your imagination, and to not have to say which is which.
Sometimes you’re great. Sometimes you suck. Most of the time you’re fine.
Persistence, patience, and listening are the key.
Laugh at yourself while keeping your dignity.
Remember that dying is inevitable – hopefully it won’t be tonight. When it happens, it probably won’t be your fault. And it might not be the last time.
Hope that everyone dies laughing.

See her website http://www.wendyliebman.com/ she is sooo funny!