TK Kelly

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TK Kelly is a comic and writer who has performed at clubs across the country like the Comedy Store, the Improv, Gotham, and Standup NY. He has also written for Tosh.0, Comedy Central Studios, Funny or Die, Recycled Babies Sketch Comedy, and Second City. His standup comedy has been described as “a thing that happens sometimes,” and according to one of his grandmothers, he is a generally delightful young man. If he were forced at gunpoint to describe himself in one word, that would be a really weird hostage situation.

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I knew it was Walter White since season 1 of Breaking Bad.

Published 2013-07-01 20:34:48

More like Princess Lay-me. See what I did thar?

Published 2013-07-01 18:10:48

Big thank you for making my son Luke Armstrong your 2nd place in his tie fighter wheelchair

Published 2013-07-01 15:46:48

So you can cut and paste, but can you do your own research before sounding like an idiot? It took 5 seconds for me to find that data after you said no fast food place offers those benefits, and it comes straight from the company. You also dont realize that not all employers have to offer insurance, there are exceptions and these were likely offered before Obama even got into office -- what kind of employer would offer these if you arent full time? Not, many...that is why fast food is a temporary endeavor. Go ahead and look at the other fast food websites, Im not your slave and you are fully capable of doing your own research (though I assume you always have to have someone hold your hand).Youre done with me? You didnt even start, you have nothing to offer to the discussion except ignorance and no weight in your sad excuse of an argument. Its quite obvious I do know what Im talking about, run along now and stay in your moms basement.You forgot a period and didnt spell "except" correctly.

Published 2013-07-01 10:58:48

I can cut and paste too. From the McDonalds website no less. A few of the ones you mentioned count as heath insurance, which is something that all employers have to give that now, but only if they are full time. Most employees are just part time. Also, of course McDonalds wages are competitive with other fast food chains, excerpt for In-n-out, as I said before.Also one page from a fast food website marketing employment to the general public is hardly proof of the ability for a person to live working at said fast food restaurant Sad indeed.I am done with you. You have no idea what you are talking about and I am bored with you.

Published 2013-07-01 08:34:48

You forgot a period, capitalize the M, insert a comma.You have not pulled any numbers out of your ass, but you are very well mentioning you have numbers to throw (but have yet to do so).From McDonalds, employees get: Competitive wagesFree uniformsFree or discounted mealsFlexible hoursMedical insurancePrescription drug coverage24-hour nurse line accessVision discountAvailable dentalAdditional BenefitsShort-term disabilityTerm life insurance401(k)Paid holidaysVacationEducational assistanceThere are the hard facts. Where are yours and your numbers to show that these people, doing an utterly simplistic job, deserve to get paid near new-college graduate pay?Of course Im not sexist, I just know a worthless degree when I see one as it has absolutely no value in the workforce. I take it thats what you majored in, or something similar, since thats the one youre bringing up as a means of desperate accusation?

Published 2013-07-01 06:10:48

You caught me. I typed Quiet when I meant to put quite When I am typing I sometimes reverse letters. many times I have put "ahve" by mistake. Misspeller is not a word.Unlike you I do not pull numbers out of my ass. I would love to know what experts have said that fast food workers get paid education from their employers. I have looked on many of your expert websites and I can not find one. I have seen that most fast food workers make around $8/hour, except In-and-Out who pays just over $10.You ask for hard facts but you may not know that it is very hard to prove a negative.Quick question, why is Womens Studies considered mediocre? Are you a sexist as well?

Published 2013-07-01 03:46:48

Assuming facts? Until you can pull numbers out of your own ass, Ill stick with what the experts say on Bloomberg and on Business websites. You think your situation merits concern or attention? You flipped burgers, Im surprised you could activate that many brain cells in the amount of time it took to cook a Happy Meal.Tell me, whatd you major in...Womens Studies? Art? Film? That would make sense considering your mediocre thought process in this."Quiet" correct? Now whos being a silly miss speller? My original statement has nothing to do with it, but apparently it did put your panties in a knot.

Published 2013-07-01 01:22:48

You are assuming facts not in evidence counselor. You have no idea what life experience I have. Just like you are assuming to know the situation of everyone that works in fast food. I have worked in fast food while trying to go to school. It is very hard to pay for school and cost of living for less then $18,000 a year, assuming you get 40 hours a week. McDonalds never offered to help pay for school.You are quiet correct about the comma after your name in my statement. I am sure if you paid that much attention to your own statement I wouldnt have made my comment about your grammer.

Published 2013-06-30 22:58:48

John, why dont you come at me with hard facts that disprove me, or are you going to go off at grammar since you really have nothing else of value to say to support your position? You also forgot the comma after my name. Once you have real life experience and an understanding of how the real world works, then you may provide an opinion.

Published 2013-06-30 20:34:48

Jucko I assume based on your grammar you are still in process. There is very little in your statement that is true so do some research and/or gain some life experience and get back to me.

Published 2013-06-30 18:10:48

They can only get any other job because they didnt care about their education or theyre still in the process. This country rewards hard work, fast food places are temporary jobs. They also provide numerous education benefits, something that most employees obviously dont take advantage of -- which is their own fault.

Published 2013-06-30 15:46:48 are an idiot if you think that people want to work there. For some that is the only job they can get. You are one of those people that only see a small side of something but have no idea what is going on in the real world.

Published 2013-06-30 13:22:48

Really? People are striking to get a better wage at Mcdonalds? Probably the most idiotic thing I have ever heard of. JUST QUIT AND GET A DIFFERENT JOB!!! No one is forcing you to work there. This is why you work there, you are idiots and dont deserve more money.

Published 2013-06-30 10:58:48

Down with the slave thoughts that one should be "happy or lucky just to have a job", what a horrible and sick way to look at your employment. They should be happy and feel lucky to have you! A life of fear is not a life at all.

Published 2013-06-30 08:34:48

Guy, lets be real here. Theyd have to raise the cost of a Big Mac 68 cents and all dollar items raised 17 cents to compensate for this type of "livable wage." I refuse to pay anything over $1 for a pink-slimewich. Source: http://www.businessinsider....

Published 2013-06-30 06:10:48

8.25 is not bad???? for real

Published 2013-06-30 03:46:48

The scholarships all depend on what people put into it, and since it varies job by job no one says they have to stay there. Fast food is meant for 16-21 year olds in school to get experience, not 35 year olds and up (who were likely in a union). The skill set does matter, should a brain surgeon make almost equal pay as a burger flipper? Thats idiotic and an insult to intelligent people who have contributed to society. If you want more money, you work for it. Welcome to the American Dream.

Published 2013-06-30 01:22:48

Its not greedy to demand a decent living wage, and the scholarships are few and far between. The skill set doesnt matter. If you are a business and cant afford to pay decent living wages to your employees, you shouldnt be in business.

Published 2013-06-29 22:58:48

Actually, fast food workers are not worth any MORE than that. It takes about 5 brain cells to do their job and the pay reflects it accurately.Most college graduates dont get more than $25 an hour, youre telling me someone with 1/4 the skill set is a mere $10 less? You also forget fast food places offer a lot of opportunities to get out of the business -- such as college scholarships and tuition assistance.These fast food workers are the greedy ones, always thinking someone owes them something.

Published 2013-06-29 20:34:48

You should raise your standards. Almost everyone is worth more than that.

Published 2013-06-29 18:10:48

8.25 is not that bad, when i worked at fast food 5 i was only making 8

Published 2013-06-29 15:46:48

Amen, hallelujah

Published 2013-06-29 13:22:48

Its self-evident. If you havent noticed that inflation has gone up right alongside each minimum-wage increase, then youre ignoring the obvious. A 100% increase in pay would necessarily lead to a 50% drop in employment; unless the corporate greed, which Im sure you blame for their current pay-rates, suddenly turns on its head overnight and agrees to keep on a full staff of workers at double the pay.. its probably a good thing if youre boycotting the fast-food industry already because guess who the cost is going to be passed onto?

Published 2013-06-29 10:58:48

Theres still no evidence that it will impact the economy negatively.

Published 2013-06-29 08:34:48

except that weve never had a near doubling of minimum wage, which is what these people are asking for - $7 something to $15.

Published 2013-06-29 06:10:48

Considering that every minimum wage raise in our history has had exactly none of those things you describe, Id say let them have their strike.

Published 2013-06-29 03:46:48

I fully and unequivocally support the right of workers to band together to try to improve their position through collective action--that is as much an integral part and right in a healthy capitalist system as is that of a business owner to try to keep wages low and to maximize his profits. However, ultimately one doesnt need much more than high school economics to understand that an increase in the minimum wage as requested would lead to not much more than inflation and unemployment and that the best strategy for any individual who feels that he or she is undercompensated or underemployed is to invest in developing a skillset that the market values more highly than one that can be learned on a two-day course.

Published 2013-06-29 01:22:48

Yeah, IV is insane on new years.

Published 2013-06-28 15:46:48

Psssh, Princeton Review needs to get their shiet together. UCSB, hands down, throws the best ragers. Parties on the DP were some of the best memories of my life.

Published 2013-06-28 13:22:48

I printed the entire Twilight series out on a scroll because I hate turning pages too!

Published 2013-06-28 10:58:48

just list them on one page...gesus christ!

Published 2013-06-28 08:34:48

Gun crime has dropped nearly 40% since the early 90s. Learn to fact check, TK.

Published 2013-06-27 20:34:48

Should have used this for your top photo:

Published 2013-06-27 18:10:48

Magic is #5, are you joking? Terrible list.

Published 2013-06-21 18:10:48

I need to go through a slideshow to see a list of five things? Kindly go and fuck yourself.

Published 2013-06-20 15:46:48

Not sure why 40 Year Old Virgin is a surprising review unless you dont know about Roger Eberts pre-critic career.

Published 2013-06-20 13:22:48

Lori Loughlin is a genetic marvel.How she still stays as fine as frog hair is a mystery.

Published 2013-06-19 15:46:48

No Debra from Everybody Loves Raymond? What an injustice!

Published 2013-06-19 13:22:48

Real-life Zoolander.

Published 2013-06-14 18:10:48

I stopped after one.

Published 2013-06-14 15:46:48

A list of cartoon characters he thinks are offensive are not a sufficient reason to tell him to encourage suicide, which is a crime. So is child abuse and racism if its libel. Shame on you.

Published 2013-06-13 08:34:48

If anyone gets offended by Looney tunes theyre fucking idiots. Grow a pair people. This is the problem with america these days. Everyone is so sensitive that its now to the point that teachers cant even grade papers with red ink because it might "hurt their feelings". And look where this shits getting us! Have you seen the way kids act now a days?! We need to go back to the days of smacking your kids calling a retard a retard and not special go back to calling black people negros and niggers instead of African Americans and the world would be a better place. To whoever even posted this shit go kill yourself ass hole. Get your head out your ass and grow a pair of fucking balls. You offended by Looney tunes? Wow. How the hell do you get through life?! And if you think Im offensive you can suck my dick cause you seriously pissed me off saying fucking Looney tunes is offensive! Youre a retard and a fucking pussy. Go kill yourself.

Published 2013-06-13 06:10:48

SERIOUSLY? You picked the 5 least offensive characters. What did you do, just watch the first episode on DVD and list the first five that you saw? Oh no, Bugs Bunny was so mean! Yes, Im so offended.How about you pick any of the black or indian (albiet supporting) characters that were often shown? What are you, like 20 years old?

Published 2013-06-13 03:46:48

What about lonelygirl15?

Published 2013-06-12 13:22:48


Published 2013-05-22 06:10:48

No, have to agree. I waitressed in college. While I loved my job there were a lot of issues with tipping. I had a boss who started a waitress and went into management. She would make sure the best dressed-largest groups were seated in the sections where her friends worked. I often got the single/couple customers who looked less well off. Also, her friends were given the busiest shifts, and us Newbies were often put on the less busy shifts, meaning less tips. I live in Europe now where tipping isnt the norm. Wait staff are paid More, and there is also a surcharge just for sitting down, around 2-6 euro depending on the scale of the restaurant. We receive better service here, and its still cheaper to eat here than in the States. (P.S. I will not put money in a comunal tip jar when home and will tell management why on my way out the door).

Published 2013-05-22 03:46:48

This article is vile.

Published 2013-05-22 01:22:48

Great atricle.If you do not make the money you want to then get a different job. Percentage of the bill? Only freeloaders have the mindset that you deserve a cut instead of a flat fee.

Published 2013-05-21 22:58:48

As a server I find this article highly offensive. While stating your opinion on tipping is something you are allowed to express, it is NOT okay to tell people to stop tipping. Tipping is the only way servers make their money in several states. For example in Texas, where I wait tables, the server gets paid $2.13 an hour. This gets eaten up by taxes and is never seen by a server. So the only revenue a server see is the DIRECT tips from a table to the individual server. Tip pooling is based primarily on individual establishments and again should be no basis for if you tip a server or not. And as far as your "poor back of house" employees, they get paid an hourly rate that they have agreed to. And several of them get tips from servers. If servers got paid an hourly rate that was realistic and restaurants charged more per entree to compensate the lack of tipping Im sure you would have an opinionated article to write about how you disagreed with that. I would love to know what restaurant you have ever worked at and if you needed that job to pay your rent and bills and not just money to mess around with.

Published 2013-05-21 20:34:48