Wednesday, September 22, 2010

America's Funnyman returns to Iowa City

Comedian Neil Hamburger will be performing tonight at the Mill. For those who don't know who he is, he's like today's version of Tony Clifton (Andy Kaufman's alter-ego). With his greasy comb-over, large glasses, and rude attitude, his shows make for some interesting and over-the-top comedy. Don't go to his show expecting some simple laughs. You may have to hold yourself back from wanting to throw your drink in his face. Hamburger tends to clear his throat a lot and make jokes that some people may find crass, obnoxious and even offensive. Youtube sensation and yo yo jedi master K-Strauss will start the night out. The show starts around 9 p.m. and admission is only $10, a bargain for seeing such a comedian. You can read more on him in today's 80 Hours.
-Jason M. Larson

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