Kade Baker, who is he and what is his major malfunction?
Kade is actually myself from a younger era. I performed stand-up comedy at one time. He was my persona. He was a louder version of myself. If anyone ever wants to try comedy be prepared, I fell on my face several times, many more than I would like to remember. Standing rule in comedy, you don't always kill. The one thing I learned from doing stand up from another comedian that I thought was great advice. "Act like you don't give a shit, But really do."
I opened for about two to three years in Tulsa, to the point of traveling and getting paid for it. I performed in Hot Springs, Ark., Oklahoma City, OK., Pittsburg, PA., New Orleans, La. then hung up my need to make people laugh. Some comedians, have to be on all the time and some don't. What I mean by that is some comics are always performing and others are normal people outside of work. Most people think you are the person on stage. While that may be true for others, I was but yet I was not. Let me explain, I am normally animated and very jovial but I sometimes enjoy peace and quite. Kade, did not enjoy peace and quite. Loud shirts, loud jokes, and panties thrown on the stage at him were always a plus.
While we are at it,
To the one woman doing a line of coke in the front row while Tommy Chong was performing, I wish he would have seen you and went over to your table and said, "Here, let me see that?"
When you see me quote Kade, it is because it is something he has said in the past or would be likely to say.
I did stand-up because I missed playing football. I loved to hit people and I love football. I saw a football game on TV and the guy gets hit so hard, he took off his helmet and puked. I am not sure if I have ever been so happy in my life. I started jumping up and down, "There is a God! There is a God!' Because I had finally saw it.
I opened up for Ron White, Craig Robinson and performed with Daniel Tosh, Victoria Williams, and Larry the Cable guy. I met many different Comedians and for the most part they were genuine nice people. You also had some others who had their own head up their ass and thinking if it they would blow they would rise to stardom. I won't name the comedians who were total jerks or asses, but If you have ever done Comedy, their is a consensus on total jerks and assholes.
Craig Robinson, Daniel Tosh, Victoria Williams, and Larry the Cable guy are all very nice people. Craig and Larry I got to know back then but I am sure they would not remember me. Larry the Cable guy is the only guy I know that had a lady after the show, tell him straight up she wanted to blow him.
What is funnier, I know what happened after she said that.
Man, those were some good times.
I never performed with Amy Schumer. I would love to meet and hang out with her.