Tag: washington

VENT! on the Street: How Would You Fire A Coworker?

We’ve all had that particularly annoying coworker at some point in our lives, right? You know, that person we wish we could secretly get fired. Well, I went to Meridian Hill Park in DC to ask Washingtonians what strategy they would use to fire an annoying coworker.

Take a look:

Max Rosenblum is a comedian and satire writer based out of Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter @mrmaxrose.

Say Something Nice: Man Buns

VENT! Live co-producer Stephen Nicks and I were back out in Meridian Hill Park in Washington, DC to ask people to “Say Something Nice.” Together, we feel that people all across the country have become very mean and hateful, and nowadays you rarely hear people say something nice. So we took to the street to challenge people to “Say Something Nice.” This week, we asked people about Man Buns.

Here’s what we found out:

 

Max Rosenblum is a comedian and satire writer based out of Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter @mrmaxrose.

Max interviews people for VENT! about terrorists or tourists

What are Washingtonians more afraid of this summer: Terrorists or Tourists?

As a co-producer of VENT! Live, an interactive comedy happy hour show where YOU the audience can come vent your complaints, not only do we put on a live show twice per month at the DC Drafthouse in Washington, we also produce our own video series.

This week, I ventured out to Meridian Hill Park near U Street in DC to ask Washingtonians to vent on what they fear most about summer, terrorists or tourists? Here’s what I found out:

Max Rosenblum is a comedian and satire writer. Follow him on Twitter @mrmaxrose.