If I ever figure out how, I will put some
clips of my old standup efforts here.
Don't hold your breath.
In the meantime, I suggest going to the
Gotham Comedy Club
Given my apparent inability to get my dvds up and running, in the meantime I will
try to distract you with the Fool columns I wrote for Contexts, in Jeff Goodwin's and
my desperate attempt to liven up the magazine. The name Harry Green was
supposed to be an Americanized reference to the great English novelist Henry
Green, also a pseudonym. Few readers realized this.
The sleepy cells of sociology,
in which Harry insults a large number of sociologists. (Winter 2005)
Agonies of the average voter,
In which Harry tergiversates (Spring 2005)
Beyond bake sales:
Unusual frequent-flyer offers (Summer 2005)
A Fool and his loose change are reunited,
in which Harry offers suggestions on how to save for retirement (his, not yours).
Small towns of North America,
In which Harry returns to Hogfarts, WV (Winter 2006)
The Virgin Mary visits Hogfarts,
In which Harry talks to a priest (Spring 2006)
Today’s New Model Army:
New medals for our fighting men and women (Summer 2006)
In which the citizens of Hogfarts secure their borders (Fall 2006)
Great moments in American history,
The only Civil War battle fought over a convenience store (Winter 2007)
Livable towns of the Mid-Atlantic,
Or how Hogfarts tried to reposition itself (Spring 2007)
Those dirty words,
In which TV censors confuse Aunt Esther (Summer 2007)
Farewell to all that,
or what can happen when you take too much Ambien (Fall 2007)