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Date/Time Event
8:00 pm
Last COMIX Standing Contest Round 1
Comix at Foxwoods, Mashantucket CT
8:00 pm
Holiday Inn, Rutland VT
9:00 pm
Rockwells, Pelham NY
7:30 pm
The Unforgettable Comedy Challenge
The Funny Bone, Syracuse NY
8:00 pm
Burden Lake Improvement Association Show
Burden Lake Improvement Association Clubhouse, Averill Park NY
8:00 pm
Comedy Lantern Comic Showcase
San Gennaro Brick Oven Restaurant, Bristol CT

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Aaron David Ward... Madly Funny

For the last 12 years, comedian Aaron David Ward, from TV’s The Glenn Slingerland Situation, has entertained audiences from New Hampshire to California by getting them to laugh and think at his self-deprecating, socio-political, and culturally critical comedy. He opens his heart, mind, and soul to fans during each trip deep inside his mind for a funny, honest, and twisted look at his concerns, disappointments, doubts, fears, and worries. You get to see a tug of war between the emotional and intellectual brains when Aaron is on stage. Aaron has performed throughout the Northeast and Midwest, appeared in the Boston Comedy Festival, Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival, Cape May Comedy Festival, The World Series of Comedy, and in several movies including What I See In The Dark and Aftermath as well as a pilot for MTV and VH1 entitled The List. If you are a fan of funny, introspective, and smart stand up comedy, then Aaron David Ward is your kind of comedian! See Aaron on The Not Too Far From Home Comedy Tour coming to a city, town, and village near you soon!

Thoughts from a Mental Ward

July 22, 2014 by Aaron David Ward

White flags have replaced American flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge…or it’s now the world’s biggest clothes line.

Gun control advocates protested New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during his visit to Connecticut…but he was welcomed with open arms by the state’s restaurants.

An annaul report ranks Massachusetts kids ranked number one for overall well-being…or as Massachusetts kids say “Wicked Awesome.”

The Beatles’ George Harrison Memorial Tree was killed by actual beetles…although some are asking the whereabouts of Yoko.

Canada is recalling California fruit…while most Californias are unable to find Canada on a map.

Researchers have identified more than 80 new genes linked to schizophrenia…or is it 40 genes with dual personalities?

Robert Downey Junior is the highest-paid actor…forget Iron Man, more like Platinum Man.

Billy Joel will receive the Gershwin Prize from the Library of Congress…or as most Long Islanders call it some readin’ award.

A sequel to Fight Club is in the works…hopefully it won’t be like Basic Instinct 2.

Coca-Cola has launched a revamped marketing strategy, a personalized “Share a Coke” campaign…after rejecting an earlier incarnation “Share Diabetes.”

McDonald’s second quarter profits fell on weak US and European sales…especially in France where no one is buying the Big Escargot.

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