My name is Dave Horwitz.
I am a writer living in LA. I perform at the UCB.
My friend and I created DEALBREAKER and we wrote a book about it. I make videos too. If that's not enough, I also
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DEHorwitz at gmail . com

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14th April 2014

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True love will find you in the end.

True love will find you in the end.

9th April 2014

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Alone Together - Marriage

Stevie Nelson and I got to play the most obnoxious couple in the world in the newest episode of my friends Brooks and Rosa’s excellent web series. 

7th April 2014

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Richard and Linda Thompson forever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever.

(Source: Spotify)

2nd April 2014

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my friend Bret on the evolution of cats/cat ladies on the internet.

my friend Bret on the evolution of cats/cat ladies on the internet.

Tagged: Bret from Bostoncatscat ladies

26th March 2014

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Consider this an urgent plea to all businesses to never change their perfect old logos.

Consider this an urgent plea to all businesses to never change their perfect old logos.

24th March 2014

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No love for Walter.

24th March 2014

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Born In The Wrong Time

Anyone who says that they were “born in the wrong time” is usually a teenager who really loves Nirvana or a girl who feels like she’s Audrey Hepburn or at least has brown hair or 8th graders at a sleepover getting stoned for the first time and listening to The Doors (ugh) or a bro who is 15 years too late for the swing dance craze that briefly took over Los Angeles in the mid to late 90s apparently (so the makers of Swingers would have us believe) and I always think this is so silly because you should just embrace whatever time period you’re in until they develop time travel capabilities (which absolutely will happen but you’ll absolutely be a corpse long before that day comes) and I’ve never related to anyone like that because I love having a tiny computer in my pocket at all times and I like the way American Apparel makes T-shirts and I like that Ramen restaurants are becoming trendy and I like hybrid vehicles and I like the current trends that mainstream and independent comedy are following and I like that commercial video cameras can shoot things that look like movies and cost less than the VHS camera my dad bought our family when I was three where you had to wear a backpack with half our VCR in it just to shoot twenty minutes of me running around my backyard and with all that said I would sell my soul for a chance to go back to the early 80s to go see the Talking Heads play in a STADIUM because I cannot fathom a landscape of popular culture where a band could put out albums like Remain In Light and Speaking In Tongues and then go play to tens of thousands of people who are all obsessed with them, especially not when they’re arty and avant garde but also SILLY (it makes sense that Arcade Fire are weirdos on a big scale but they’re also really self serious where Talking Heads became the biggest art pop band in the world while basically winking the entire time) and I guess what I’m trying to say is that I love YouTube because it’s the best thing in the world next to a time machine.

Tagged: brainmusictalking heads

20th March 2014

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sketchcomedysetlists:

New Money - UCBLA - 3/19/14

I directed this show. Jessica McKenna took some liberties writing this lineup. These aren’t the exact titles of the sketches, but they may as well be. Also, I love this team. They are so so so so good.

sketchcomedysetlists:

New Money - UCBLA - 3/19/14

I directed this show. Jessica McKenna took some liberties writing this lineup. These aren’t the exact titles of the sketches, but they may as well be. Also, I love this team. They are so so so so good.

20th March 2014

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Someone adopt this dog before I get too attached. jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk too late lololololololololol

Someone adopt this dog before I get too attached. jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk too late lololololololololol

20th March 2014

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One time maybe 4 years ago I added an internet radio DJ from San Francisco I found in the “radio” section of iTunes on Facebook because I thought she had a really cool voice. I don’t think I was expecting anything specific, I just added her because I wanted to (**and if we fell deeply in love and made the LA-SF commute a few times a month and conquered the distance with our smoldering passion then all the better**). I added a message with the friend request (classic move, right? ALWAYS tack on a message) along the lines of “hey you’ve got great taste! I like every song you just played!” Needless to say, she has never, to this day, accepted my friend request. Hasn’t denied it nor accepted it. It’s just hanging there, looming over my internet presence like a grey digital cloud. 

So, what’s your most embarrassing internet thing?