He is a 5 time Emmy nominee; has been fired by PBS three times; told jokes in 14 countries; racked up 7 nominations for Stand-Up of the Year; and his 800+ television appearances include Letterman, HBO, Showtime, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, the BBC and many more. The critically acclaimed Off-Broadway run of his one man show: “The All American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing
was subsequently turned into a book of the same name by Ulysses Press. His hobbies include pinball, the never-ending quest for the perfect cheeseburger and his heroes remain the same as when he was 12… Thomas Jefferson and Bugs Bunny. Not necessarily in that order. Durst's performances are made possible by the 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
you can't make stuff up like this!
Taped in the wilds of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf at Cobbs Comedy Club
in the Courtyard of the Cannery at a point four and a half months after the world was forced to kneel under the shadow of 911. Much mocking and scoffing and taunting ensues, involving Bush and the Clintons, comedy as a cathartic release and life during wartime. Happy comedy.
Taped for and by XM Radio on March 13, 2004, deep in the heart of the belly of the DC beast at the Improv on
Connecticut Avenue, this production was designed to look like a bootleg, but nobody got the joke. 3 years into the first Bush administration, it’s pretty damn funny if I do say so myself. And I do. So will you.
Acme Comedy Club. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Legendary producer Dan Schlissel of Stand Up Records culled this from a week of recorded performances in May of 2009. Originally titled, “On the Cusp,”
it dealt with the end of eight wonderful years of George W Bush in the comedic crosshairs and segued into the first blush of Barack Obama’s historic term. Voted one of the Top Five Comedy Albums of 2010.