Managing Editor — Kristy Rock
Kristy has been writing about comedians since 2005, first in Chicago, then in LA, and now in the great city of Buffalo, New York. She has also published six issues of RE:COM, a nationally-distributed print magazine about comedy (which can be downloaded for a measly $2). Otherwise, she can be found drinking wine and plotting out plans for her future distillery/goat farm/artist retreat and attempting to build a teleportation machine between the East Coast and the West Coast.
Essay-tiste — Eric Lingenfelter
Hi. I’m Eric Lingenfelter. I love jokes. I’ve loved jokes for my whole life, even back when I was too young to really “get” them. Since 2009, I’ve been writing and telling my own jokes. I’ve gotten such rave reviews as “What the hell is going on?” from some cosplayer girl at UB Con, and “What the fuck is wrong with that guy?” from some drunk guy in the back of the room at Nietzsche’s, and “HAHAHA!” from receptive audiences all over the ding dang place! If I don’t make you laugh, I’m sorry. If I do make you laugh, I’m sorry. Visit my website at ericlingenfelter.tumblr.com for more good stuff.
Podcasteer — Jason Pomietlasz
Someone once told me, “you’re funny. You should be a comedian.” And having the suggestibility of a five-year old, I followed that advice and have graced stages in Buffalo and as far east as Rochester and earned more than a dollar doing comedy. I have since learned that person was being sarcastic and just didn’t express it well. But it’s too late now. I am infected with the comedy virus and obsessed with doing the hardest thing ever, making strangers laugh while hitting a curve ball. Catch me at a batting cage near you. @jpomietlasz
Internet Ninja (Lv. 12) — Dan Grabowski
Dan occasionally pretends to know what he is doing on the Internet. He works in web development, and recently discovered how to delete cookies. If he was in Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” he would be that first monkey that discovered the big black pillar thing and then smashed that other monkey over the head with a bone. Except, you know, he’s not a very violent person. It was just a metaphor. He’s a really swell guy in general if you get to know him. He finds speaking in the third person empowering, and thinks it makes him sound more impressive somehow. Occasionally, he gets on stage and attempts to make people laugh.
Advertising Manager — Jon Schuta
Jonathan Schuta has been performing stand-up and improvisational comedy in Rochester and Ithaca, NY for the past two years, but he got his start in his hometown of Buffalo, NY. He’s delighted to be apart of the Buffalo Comedy team as Advertising Manager.
Driver/Life-Saver — Skitchy
This is Skitchy, and he will be your responsible driver. He’s Buffalo Comedy’s on call, personal driving service. Use him! Don’t drink and drive.
Enabler/Magic-Maker — Whiskey
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