When did I start laughing in my face?

/r/_jasonhouston article “What is a comedy standup?”

This is the question that r/All is asking itself with its new comedy stand-up video series, “The Stand Up Stand Up Show.”

The series, which debuted on January 4, aims to help audiences better understand how to get laughs in a variety of different situations, from funny business meetings to serious conversations about politics and religion.

In the series, Jason Houston, a comedian with the title of “The Guy Who Got Fired From Comedy Central” (who has since gone on to become the host of his own show on Comedy Central), tackles the most important questions people have about comedy.

Houston, who says he has been in the stand-down industry for more than 20 years, has been a stand-out performer for many years, including for his stand-ups at the Comedy Central headquarters, and his standup shows on The Late Show with David Letterman.

But this week, Houston announced he was retiring from stand-Up, which is an amazing news for comedy fans.

And he’s not just retiring from comedy: He’s also quitting the comedy industry altogether, according to an interview with BuzzFeed.

In his own words: Jason Houston is quitting the stand up game.

Houston said he was “totally out of the comedy business” when he was fired from Comedy Central in 2013.

And since then, he’s been a host on The Comedy Central Stand Up, a podcast he co-hosts with comedian Dave Chappelle.

“I think what it came down to for me was that I was trying to make money,” Houston told BuzzFeed.

“That was my whole goal, and I was always trying to find a way to make that money.

So I didn’t want to just get into the business of being funny.

I didn.

I thought the only way I could make money was by making money from stand up.

And I’m just leaving the comedy game entirely.

I’m not doing stand up anymore.

I don’t want anyone else to make my life any easier, and that’s what I’m doing now.”

In addition to hosting the podcast, Houston also serves as an assistant director of the UC Berkeley comedy department and is the director of campus programs at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

In an interview earlier this year with The Atlantic, he talked about his comedy career, which included a stint on SNL as a stand up comedian and a starring role on the HBO sketch series “SCTV” in the 1990s.

He also explained why he’s so comfortable in his role as a comedian and why he thinks comedy is “not just a business, it’s a spiritual journey.”

“It’s like a faith.

It’s a personal journey, a life-changing journey,” he said.

“If I can help people to see that life is worth living, and there are so many other options that people can have to make their life better, that’s worth doing.

And it’s something I can live by, and it’s the way I’ve been doing it my whole life.”

Houston’s decision to quit comedy comes after years of working in a non-comedy setting, including the standup circuit and on a variety shows, including “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” and “The Nightly Show with Jimmy Fallon.”

His show “The Comedy Show” was nominated for three Emmys in 2013, and Houston also was a finalist on the Emmy-nominated “Dancing with the Stars.”

And he has also been a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and even “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

“I’m just so proud of the work that I’ve done,” Houston said.

He says he was able to “make a difference in a lot of people’s lives” by “taking on their personal challenges and giving them advice and giving people confidence and making them feel comfortable and comfortable.”

The comedian’s transition has been “a roller coaster ride,” he told BuzzFeed, noting that he had to “do a lot” in order to become “a little bit better person.”

And Houston says he still feels a “huge amount of pride” in his work, which he says has been used by other comedians and people around the world.

“There are some people who are just going to use this to their advantage, and then there are people who have the same thing and they will use it to their benefit, and they’re the people who I feel are going to be the ones who are going out there and really making a difference.”

The show, “Dance with the Beast,” is set to air on Comedy Bang!

Bang!

on April 17.

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