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Suffocating In Suburbia

A couple of years ago I saw in the local newspaper that the East Islip High School graduating class  of 1975 was having their 35 year reunion. I thought these things were celebrated in rounder numbers. I know there was a 10, 20, and 25, but 35?

I have not been to any of these reunions. First of all, it was $110 per person. And B, I have no desire to see people I hardly remember anyway. Any high school friends I hung around with are either dead, in prison, or I have located on Facebook. That’s the great thing about Facebook. you find people you haven’t spoken to in years. The bad thing about Facebook is you find people you haven’t spoken to in years. “Oh crap, I remember you, you’re an asshole. Now I have to start the whole process of getting rid of you all over again.”

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About Stevie GB

60 year old stand up comedian from Long Island. My approach to comedy is telling the truth about being married, middle aged and living in the suburbs. I enjoy making people laugh without making them feel uncomfortable. My act is clean and clever. Featured in Newsday and on News12. Winner of the Huntington Arts Council Laff-off, 2006. 3rd place winner of LI Press Best of LI 2011, A regular on The Long Island Comedy Festival for 9 consecutive years. Opened for Dennis Miller, Louie Anderson, Kevin Pollak, Bobby Collins, Bob Nelson, Uncle Floyd, Kevin Meaney, and many more.

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  1. Gerard ⋅

    Hmm, i did get an e-mail about a new blogging, but got detoured to your suburbia-account. Also when i click here on the ‘Read more’ i get linked towards your suburbia-account, but this all aside. Yep, thanks to FB i got connected to lots of old classmates. Good thing is after the first ‘How are you, wow, still a Kinks-fanatic?’ it gets quiet, and since i normally just close the day with a Kinks-song they usually unfriend me after some time. Anyways, i am glad ‘School’s Out’.

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