“Brilliant. The modern day version of Crank Yankers.” – Bob Pettit, Aqua Teen Hunger Force art director
“The Picture Show” is a stand up comedy presentation of stock photos from the internet and Facebook posts of Atlanta-based comedian Ben Palmer asking companies ridiculous questions and their hilarious responses, and also Ben’s ‘Freelance Customer Service,’ a bit where Ben answers questions on behalf of the company and raises hell and confusion on the consumers who initially asked the questions. His hilarious responses finally poke fun at the people who live to pester corporations through petty complaints and disillusioned requests.
After being fired from his job for posting pictures of his vacation on Facebook, Ben felt that it was time to go at the corporate world and its consumers. If they can view his profile and do as they please, Ben felt that he should be able to do the same. He uses his years of experience as an actual customer service representative for JoAnn Fabrics and an environmental company, in which he fielded call after call of angry customers without ever being able to express his true feelings.
Ben’s work can be found on Amazon.com in the form of two published books, Stock Photos with Captions, a collection of stock photographs with hilarious captions, and Freelance Customer Service, a story of Ben’s quest to provide the most excellent freelance customer service on Facebook for companies that he does not work for.
Ben has maneuvered his way onto three separate court television shows, Judge Alex, Judge Joe Brown, and Judge Alex again, appearing as a witness, plaintiff, and defendant, arranging court cases with his friends to sue each other and splitting the money. Ben has been performing stand up comedy for six years and has worked at clubs and theatres throughout the country.
8/2/2015 6:30pm: Ben Palmer’s “Picture Show” plus Keith Bergman & Dustin Meadows:
6:00pm doors open
6:30pm show begins
6:31pm you’re late, dummy
8:00pm show is over
The East Room
2412 Gallatin Ave., Nashville, Tennessee 37206
TICKETS: $5 at the door or in advance online
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