What should I do Saturday Night?

What should you do this weekend? Have sex, of course. But before that take in some comedy that benefits Nicole Dufresne Memorial Scholarship Fund (details below.) And if you don't have someone with whom to copulate, perhaps you'll find someone at the show. Hell, I'll probably be in a charitable mood and looking for one last hurrah before my boyfriend comes back to the states. Like my mother always says "You don't ask you don't get."

Benefit details.-- My credit on this thing is that I graduated Emerson College. I hate to break it to the college but it's not that hard of a thing to do.

Join us Saturday, June 18th at 7 p.m.
MCC (finally) Has His Way (with Women)
an evening of alternative comedy, which will benefit the Nicole duFresne Memorial Fund at Emerson College.

Doors Open at 6:30

At Galapagos Art Space (North 6th street--Williamsburg, Brooklyn)

$10 all proceeds go to the Memorial Fund

MCC (finally) Has His Way (with Women)

An Evening of Comedy
to benefit The Nicole duFresne Memorial
Scholarship Fund

MCC will be joined by some of his
favorite funny femmes: Becky &
Noelle (Inspecting the Bucket, Fringe NYC),
Desiree Burch (SMUT), Pat Candaras
(Grandmotherf***er), Michelle Collins
(Votergasm.org, HEEB), Nancy Giles (CBS
News Sunday Morning, China Beach), Rachael
Parenta (Emerson Class of 99),
Jennie Smith (Emerson Class of 01), and Becky
Yamamoto as "Rosie Mc Davis".