Ask A Ninja Live Celebrating International Day of the Ninja 12/5

This year the guys of Ask A Ninja have given a destination point for ninjas worldwide! On Wednesday, December 5th Kent Nichols and Douglas Sarine will host the official “International Day of the Ninja” party at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles.

In addition to the Ask A Ninja.com “Ninja” answering LIVE questions from the crowd, there will be special guest performances by geek-cult comedian Patton Oswalt and musical funnymen Hard ‘n Phirm.

The International Day of the Ninja is an ancient celebration of deadliness and sneakiness. It is the only day in which ninjas appear in plain sight and don’t kill everyone that crosses their path. On December 5th, people of all skill levels are encouraged to dress as ninjas, engage in ninja- related activities, and tell people about their amazing and awesome ninja missions. Many have compared International Day of the Ninja to International Talk Like a Pirate Day. There is no comparison. Pirates are silly, drunken fops compared to the incredible and masterful Ninjas.

Ask A Ninja Live
Wednesday December 5th, 2007
@ The El Rey Theater
5515 Wishire Blvd.
Tickets are $10 Advance and $15 at the door
Advanced Ticketing Available via http://TicketMaster.com

ABOUT ASK A NINJA
Ask A Ninja, conceived in 2005, is equal parts comedic Dear Abby, philosophical web blog, and social commentary. The twist with Ask A Ninja is that the audience is an invited participant. Many of the episodes feature the Ninja replying, to questions submitted by the viewers. The shows cunning wit along with this factor have garnered over 45 million web views, numerous blog endorsements, features stories on NPR, G4 TV, New York Times and more.

With traffic driving as high as 3 million views per month, AskANinja.com real estate has become a valuable commodity. They are currently working with Federated Media in an advertising partnership that is both powerful for the advertiser and friendly for the viewer.

Delivering its quirky wit at lightning speed, Ask A Ninja is redefining American humor.

To View Episodes Go To: http://www.askaninja.com

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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