Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Tuesday, yeah.

Dear Blog,

Oh man, Julie Klausner blew my mind last night. That girl can sing! And her tribute to Carly Simon . . . dang. Julie brought along Joe McGinty to accompany on her piano, but when we got there, we found out that the guys at Galapagos had moved the piano "upstairs". Anne offered up her melodica, you know, 'cause it's sort of a keyboard with a tube. Joe said, "What's that?" and then went on to accompany like a melodica champ.
It was great to be back a Galapagos, doing a free show, and hanging out with all our awesome friends. It really had been a long time, what with taking the summer off, and then being busy recording all fall. Anne and I had a homework assignment to write a short essay entitled: What I Did on My Galapagos Break. I was going to read mine at the show, but then I didn't. I'm going to share it with you, blog, because I know that you are curious, and I can trust you. Here it is:

What I did on my Galapagos Break
by Sydney

On my Galapagos Break I went to Wal-Mart.

Down the road from Anne’s family’s lake house is the only place to go shopping up there: Wal-Mart. This is the only Wal-Mart I have ever been to, but I have been many times. My favorite section is the “Hunting/Outdoorsman” aisle. They have real guns there that you can buy, and camouflage everything. You can also buy groceries, furniture, and ladies’ undergarments.

When we went this November, I got myself a rugged green fanny pack with cup-holders. It came with two water bottles, to keep in the cup holders, but I also got myself a matching green tea cup. I’m pretty sure the fanny pack cost $7, so I feel pretty good about it.

Back at the house, we spent all day making chickens. We made chicken on a string(you tie the chicken up and hang it from a tree near the fire) and beer can chicken. Beer Can Chicken is where you open a can of beer and shove it up the chicken’s privates. Then you just cook it like that. We also invented a dish called America Sauce. It’s so easy. It’s just beef fat, hamburger crumbles, and melted American cheese. You should try it.

In the morning, we played laser tag. I geared up in my camo jacket, hiking boots, and brand new fanny pack. I put a bottle of water in one cup holder, and a hot tea in the other – just in case I got stuck in the woods while we were playing. I put some tissues in my fanny pack, also just in case. Let me tell you, I was pretty tough. Anne & Sean were a deadly team. I laser sniped the crap out of Will, and ran him up the hill until he got tired. I ran so much that I thought I peed my pants, but it turns out that I just spilled tea all over myself from my hardcore laser tag style.

So anyway, blog, the show was awesome and fun. Then we drove home in a snow storm.


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Friday, January 26, 2007

Tuesday Night Makeout Party!

Hi Friends,
Check it! Our Wednesday Night Makeout Party at Galapagos is back, and this year it's on Tuesdays!! We'll be at Galapagos the last Tuesday of the month, starting this hott Tuesday, January 30th. Still at 10pm! Still free! Still wicked awesome! And keep your eye out for us at all sorts of comedy shows around town in February, too. Hazzards in full effect! Yeah!

To sum up: Come hang out with us this Tuesday night! That's what Tuesday's are for.

Sydney & Anne
The Hazzards

Show Details:
Tuesday, January 30th, 2007
The Hazzards Tuesday Night Make Out Party
70 North 6th Street
between Kent and Wythe
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211
718 782-5188
with Nick Kroll & Julie Klausner

February 6th, 2007
Comic Book Club
The P.I.T.
15 W. 29th Street
New York, NY 10001
Tickets: $5

PS: Check us shutting up and making out on!