Margaret Cho talks Robin Williams & Busking for the homeless in SF

Yahoo! Margret Cho Talks Robin Williams And How He Inspired Her To Help The Homeless

I found that I could not stop grieving Robin Williams death and I couldn’t get over it and I spoke to my friend Michael Pritchard, who is a mutual friend of mine and Robin’s and he said, “don’t grieve Robin, be Robin”. So this is what I thought I should do. I should go and make a little Comic Relief, a little baby one. And Read More

Videos from #BeRobin Events in San Francisco

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From now until the end of the year I will be busking in the streets of San Francisco to help the homeless – many hours a day…..

If you can’t join me, there’s another way to help: Throw a few bucks to help feed the needy!
DONATE HERE: http://www.gofundme.com/berobin

I will tweet (Http://twitter.com/MargaretCho) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/officialmargaretcho) where I will be and I’d love any of you to come Read More

Helping the Homeless – #BeRobin

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From now until the end of the year i will be busking in the streets of san francisco to help the homeless – many hours a day…..

I will tweet and Facebook where i will be and id love any of you to come down and help me feed and entertain people.

The homeless problem in SF is Read More

House

There was this one house I lived in, a very large old victorian in San Francisco, near the hospital by Haight street. The building seemed to be some kind of annex to the hospital, perhaps at one time housing staff or patients who were doing somewhat better or maybe even dying, but it was now just a place for people to rent rooms in.

It wasn’t Read More

Crime

I have never been arrested, and that is really kind of a miracle, truly remarkable considering the amounts of bad I have done. Nothing in the way of harming anyone, as I have harmed myself most in my wrongdoing, but lets just say there are library books still checked out from the 70s, VHS tapes unkindly unrewound – my weakness is borrowing and my downfall Read More

Trucks

I learned to drive in a beater of a car, an old Buick Le Sabre, massive and almost impossible to park on the curb starved streets of San Francisco. because of that thing I can parallel park with the precision of a jeweler laying a flawless diamond into a six prong setting with one stroke of my talented hand. I can back into any space Read More

Zines

pathetic life

Are you old enough of a person to remember reading zines? I once wrote a song about them, but I can’t find the demo now. I will have to rewrite it, if it’s worth it. I think so. Zines were tiny self published magazines, sometimes very small and like a bunch of Xeroxed pages with a staple in the middle to make a book, sometimes Read More

SOA

SOA

I absolutely love the “Sons of Anarchy”! I received the first three seasons on DVD for my birthday and so I swallow 3-4 episodes at a time as I cannot stop once I start. It’s thrilling and my lower back aches from all the backstabbing and I am fascinated by the tight plot twists and boot-cut drama. It lives in Read More