Friday, June 27, 2008

NEW WEBSITE UP!


My new website, China - The Whole Enchilada, is finally up. We're still tweaking, fixing, and adding, but feel free to stop on by and take a look around.

The site is to help promote my new show, China - The Whole Enchilada (ironically enough). It'll be at the NYC Fringe Festival in August. The show is the entire history of China in under 2 hours.

And hopefully I'll be able to get back to blogging on a regular schedule again soon!

5 comments:

Whitey said...

Mr. Brown,

You might want to fix the link you posted for the site, it is not properly leading to the site.

Mr. White

Mark said...

Thanks, whitey. That was very odd. Sort of defeats the purpose to have a link and have it not work.

santos_forgets_his_password said...

great stuff, remninds me of the old joke... "I ask my wife if she's ever heard of cooking, screwing... she says... two cities in China?"

Mark said...

Or the one about the Chinese construction worker who's put in charge of supplies...he hides, jumps out and yells "supplies!"

Jack Gittes said...

So there's this guy Walsh, do you understand? He's tired of screwin' his wife... So his friend says to him, "Hey, why don't you do it like the Chinese do?" So he says, "How do the Chinese do it?" And the guy says, "Well, the Chinese, first they screw a little bit, then they stop, then they go and read a little Confucius, come back, screw a little bit more, then they stop again, go and they screw a little bit... then they go back and they screw a little bit more and then they go out and they contemplate the moon or something like that. Makes it more exciting." So now, the guy goes home and he starts screwin' his own wife, see. So he screws her for a little bit and then he stops, and he goes out of the room and reads Life Magazine. Then he goes back in, he starts screwin' again. He says, "Excuse me for a minute, honey." He goes out and he smokes a cigarette. Now his wife is gettin' sore as hell. He comes back in the room, he starts screwin' again. He gets up to start to leave again to go look at the moon. She looks at him and says, "Hey, whats the matter with ya. You're screwin' just like a Chinaman!"