By Tim Washer
I shared a few comedy videos at the Wall Street Journal Digital Download event Wednesday. My buddy John Havens discussed his recent Mashable article on Accountability Based Influence. Then, the traditional celebration after a corporate comedy performance — a cheeseburger.
There are a few burgers so luxurious that they require you to wear cufflinks. DB Bistro Modenrne’s sirloin burger stuffed with braised short ribs, foie gras and black truffle demands such reverence. Its price is $32, and that doesn’t include cheese. But since it’s served on a Parmesan bun, and certainly the most decadent burger I’ll savor in my lifetime, I’ll count this experience for the cheeseburger blog.
After the show, I went with the WSJ gang to indulge and laugh too loudly for a swanky restaurant. A sentimental time for me as it was the same crew I was with when I launched the Cheeseburger & Comedy blog series at the New York Comedy Festival in 2009, sans Ricky Gervais. Sometimes I feel like adults shouldn’t have this much fun. But that feeling soon passes. Thanks Melissa for setting this up! (Pics below are from our first soirée)