Red Scott

SF based Stand-Up comic and occasional photographer.
Co-creator and co-host of Boars, Gore, and Swords.
Ask me a question.

comedystylings:

Chris Riggins

Hat: $5 liquor store beanie 
Jacket: wool Members Only from Goodwill
Sweater and shirt: Gap V-Necks from Gap
Denim: Old Navy Slim Fit from Old Navy
Sneakers: Nike Air Max Boot Sneakers from the Nike Outlet in San Leandro 
Follow Chris here.
Photo by Red Scott, taken outside the Punch Line in San Francisco on 8/24/14.

comedystylings:

Chris Riggins

Hat: $5 liquor store beanie

Jacket: wool Members Only from Goodwill

Sweater and shirt: Gap V-Necks from Gap

Denim: Old Navy Slim Fit from Old Navy

Sneakers: Nike Air Max Boot Sneakers from the Nike Outlet in San Leandro

Follow Chris here.

Photo by Red Scott, taken outside the Punch Line in San Francisco on 8/24/14.

comedystylings:

Jane Harrison 
Scarf: gift from a friend Boots: Lucky Brand, Neiman Marcus online 
Coat: J. Crew (borrowed indefinitely from Gabby Poccia) 
Denim: Levi’s, Modern Rise Skinny from the shop at Levi’s Plaza (courtesy of Levi Strauss & Co.) 
Bag: L.K. Berlin, Jeremy’s Department Store
Follow Jane here
Photo by Red Scott, taken at The Cynic Cave (Lost Weekend Video) 8/22/14.

I’ve always loved the photography of street fashion blogs, from Bill Cunningham at the NY Times to The Sartorialist, but my own knowledge of fashion was never deep enough to get involved. So I’m stoked I get to work with Mary taking photographs for her street fashion blog, Comedy Stylings! Here’s the first photo I contributed, of Jane Harrison before a Cynic Cave show.

comedystylings:

Jane Harrison

Scarf: gift from a friend Boots: Lucky Brand, Neiman Marcus online

Coat: J. Crew (borrowed indefinitely from Gabby Poccia)

Denim: Levi’s, Modern Rise Skinny from the shop at Levi’s Plaza (courtesy of Levi Strauss & Co.)

Bag: L.K. Berlin, Jeremy’s Department Store

Follow Jane here

Photo by Red Scott, taken at The Cynic Cave (Lost Weekend Video) 8/22/14.

I’ve always loved the photography of street fashion blogs, from Bill Cunningham at the NY Times to The Sartorialist, but my own knowledge of fashion was never deep enough to get involved. So I’m stoked I get to work with Mary taking photographs for her street fashion blog, Comedy Stylings! Here’s the first photo I contributed, of Jane Harrison before a Cynic Cave show.

Joe Nguyen (@vietjew) and Maeby Knott, taken at my studio/tv room.

Headshots with @vietjew and Maeby Knott. If I’d known how much I was going to like the top shot i would have found a better mug.

Hey everyone! It’s my birthday show! This is going down tomorrow night, it’s going to be an absurd amount of fun and I’d love to see you there.

Get tickets by clicking here.

cyniccave:

RED Talks
Sat June 28
10 pm

For Red’s 31st Birthday, he’s curated the greatest minds in comedy to present 12 minute long verbal presentations on Red-ology, Entertainment, and Drinking. At the CineCave theater under Lost Weekend Video, you will see comedians picked personally by the Kimono-wearing director of RED Talks, Red Scott.Look forward to the following RED Talks:Jules Posner talks feeding the hungry with uneaten brunch potatoes.Katie Compa on powering the north-eastern seaboard with white liberal guiltIvan Hernandez discusses zen and the art of vaporizer maintenance.Ryan Cronin on the science of mimes.Ray Molina on the quiet hilarity of kindness.Don’t miss this show, RED Talks are regularly attended by luminaries such as Jeremy Wheat, who works the bar, and Various Homeless People, who yell at smokers outside.Only $10, very limited, but full bar.

Hey everyone! It’s my birthday show! This is going down tomorrow night, it’s going to be an absurd amount of fun and I’d love to see you there.

Get tickets by clicking here.

cyniccave:

RED Talks

Sat June 28

10 pm

For Red’s 31st Birthday, he’s curated the greatest minds in comedy to present 12 minute long verbal presentations on Red-ology, Entertainment, and Drinking. At the CineCave theater under Lost Weekend Video, you will see comedians picked personally by the Kimono-wearing director of RED Talks, Red Scott.

Look forward to the following RED Talks:

Jules Posner talks feeding the hungry with uneaten brunch potatoes.

Katie Compa on powering the north-eastern seaboard with white liberal guilt

Ivan Hernandez discusses zen and the art of vaporizer maintenance.

Ryan Cronin on the science of mimes.

Ray Molina on the quiet hilarity of kindness.

Don’t miss this show, RED Talks are regularly attended by luminaries such as Jeremy Wheat, who works the bar, and Various Homeless People, who yell at smokers outside.

Only $10, very limited, but full bar.

Girl Shit: Just Say No »

thefatling:

This weekend, I was part of Boston’s 6th annual Women in Comedy Festival. I got to hang out with a bunch of other funny people, perform my funny jokes, and see a lot of funny shows in a cool city. Pretty typical festival experience, all in all.

Like a lot of festivals, this one offers panels &…

Mandatory reading for any and all comics.

Just your standard able-bodied dude taking his custom wheelchair for a spin in the woodworking section of a Portland coffee shop. (at Coava Coffee Roasters)

Just your standard able-bodied dude taking his custom wheelchair for a spin in the woodworking section of a Portland coffee shop. (at Coava Coffee Roasters)

People are terrible. If you let people debate things, they will do it forever, come up with horrible ideas, get them entrenched, play politics with them, and finally reach the point where they’re coming up with theories why people who disagree with them are probably secretly in the pay of the Devil.

Imagine having to conduct the global warming debate, except that you couldn’t appeal to scientific consensus and statistics because scientific consensus and statistics hadn’t been invented yet. In a world without science, everything would be like that.

Heck, just look at philosophy.

– From this discussion of modern research, a description of why I’m not that compelled by just about any subjective argument taking place on the internet.