When but a few years old, Nathan was wandering through a record store with his grandmother. He spied an album cover of a man picking his nose and, thinking it funny, he asked (or conned) his sweet but confused (or senile) grandmother into buying it for him.
The record was George Carlin's "Class Clown" and it contained "The Seven Dirty Words You Can't Say On Television". The seed was planted.
Today Nathan is a world-traveling comedian, having visited numerous countries such as Iraq, Afghanistan and Japan in support of American troops.
He has recorded two CD's, receives regular airplay on Sirius Satellite Radio (Raw Dog Comedy Channel 104) and has appeared on the nationally-syndicated Bob and Tom Show.
Flimmed in Bloomington, IL, I discuss what I'll do if ever cursed with child.
I discover one of my friends is a little insensitive when it comes to other cultures.
Virginity is a hot topic in America, so I decided to examine the effect stressing remaining chaste has on the youth of today.
filmed at the lovely cleveland improv, i discuss my time in the library and my research into the history of the word "gay." i discover its origins, where its been used and in what context, and how future generations may soon use the term. it's an exciting, historical trip down the path of a slice of americana.
filmed at the lovely Joke Joint comedy club, my dog realizes I have an important body part he needs to sniff to understand me.
There is an amazing correlation between Latin women and emergency life rafts. I explore this in an almost scientific manner using charts, graphs and a laser pointer.