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Thursday, March 1st 2017

Show located in San Francisco's Downtown district

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Comedy vs. Nerds
- San Francisco standup comedy show that brings the sweet delightfulness of joking about tech startups, internet and other technology.
We absolutely loved hosting Comedy vs. Nerds at Geekdom San Francisco. Comedy vs. Nerds was a delightful break from the typical events we host. The comedians were talented and there wasn't a moment when I was not laughing. I can't wait to host them again and continue to bring lightness and laughter to our work.
- Whitney Hofacker, Geekdom SF/Rackspace
Only in San Francisco. It was a hilarious evening poking fun at the people I deal with every day.
- Karen X. Cheng, CEO at
Comedy vs. Nerds is a super successful show. We've hosted them a few times and they've sold out every show. We love having them!"
- Duncan Wold, Pianofight
Comedy VS Nerds is funniest thing since Windows Vista. Seriously, put your keyboard down and go see this. Nerd.
- Robert Manson, Rdio
Comedy vs Nerds makes me ashamed and proud of my nerdy teenage years. Finally people laughing with me instead of at me.
- Matt Harris, CEO, SendWithUs
Mike and his team entertained at our office holiday party this year. They seemed to do some research on our company and catered their jokes to the industry we work in. It was both funny and relatable. Our group enjoyed having them round out our festive event.
- Denis Krylov, Partner, Transparent House
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Nerd comics performing on
March 1st

(photos from previous shows)
Michael Makarov
Software Engineer, likes problem solving and yelling jokes at the audience
Sarah Cooper
CEO of The Cooper Review
Dro Knows
San Francisco based stand up comic born on the mean streets of LA
Joe Gorman
Regular at the San Francisco Punch Line, Cobb’s Comedy Club, Sketchfest.
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan
The 2016 winner of the Liz Carpenter Political Humor Award presented by the National Women’s Political Caucus. KQED named her one of the twenty “Women to Watch”.
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