Here's what you do Sunday, November 4, 2012
|See Greg Behrendt Stand-up Comedy at the Laughing Skull Sunday Night.|
Ever heard of "He's just not that into you?" It's the best selling novel co-authored by Greg Behrendt, that was eventually made into a feature film. Behrendt is doing his stand-up show at Laughing Skull on Sunday night. It's gonna be a good show. Go check it out.
Behrendt came up as a performer alongside comics like David Cross (with whom he roomed for years) and Patton Oswalt. He was a consultant for two 2001 episodes of the popular television show Sex and the City, and he co-wrote two New York Times best sellers: "He’s Just Not That Into You" and "It’s Called a Breakup Because It’s Broken."
The show starts at 7p. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $25 for VIP, which puts you at a table right up front. VIP is totally worth it for Laughing Skull.
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Here's what you do Sunday:
First: Have dinner at the Vortex. You gotta go through the Vortex to get to the laughing skull, so stop a while and have a burger. They're famous for their burgers and their attitude. Check out this quote from the Vortex rules you'll find in the menu:
"CELL PHONE ETIQUETTE
Cell phones are a part of modern life, so we can’t really ban them. And you are free to be as rude to your friends and dining companions as you’d like, but if you expect our staff to serve you, then you need to get off the &*$% cell phone. Vortex employees won’t talk to anyone using a cell phone at our host stand, tables or at the bar. Seriously, we will totally ignore you. In fact, using a cell phone while trying to place an order may result in bodily injury or death."
|Have a burger at the vortex for lunch.|
Book KeepingFor two people:
- Vortex: $30
- Behrendt: $75
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Today's full day plan can take up to about 4 miles of driving, if your home base is midtown Atlanta. The 4 miles equates to about 3 pounds of carbon dioxide, or the carbon sequestered by about 1 sq feet of forest. Calculations are based on the U.S. EPA's green house gas equivalencies calculator.
4 miles of driving
3 pounds of carbon dioxide
1 square feet of forest would be required to sequester this carbon.
Wonder why a gallon of gas (about 6 pounds) generates 20 pounds of green house gas? Check out this article at Slate.com.