Dance Monkey: Neil Hamburger

A visiting comic in the hot seat
By SARA FAITH ALTERMAN  |  September 4, 2007
Neil Hamburger

How do you feel about cheese?
It is not fit for human consumption, though it does work well as a glue for keeping my car door from blowing out of its frame.

How do you feel about feelings?
Those are a nightmare. Do not allow the drug generation to persuade you to tear down your internal wall.

What’s the most colorful insult a heckler has thrown at you during a show?
“I am curious (yellow).”

Cats or dogs? Chicken or beef? Boxers or briefs?
Mock-chicken made with cat, served by a waiter in briefs.

Alberto Gonzales resigned! Who do you think will be the next member of the Bush Administration to give himself the ax?
Neil Hamburger.

Neil Hamburger | Middle East upstairs, Cambridge | September 9 | 617.864.EAST

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