STAND-UP FASHIONISTA with Joe Moore (Laughs on Fairmount)

Laughs on Fairmont. Like a Hollywood award show, or that time I was mugged -- it was an epic event I will never forget. But when I try to recall what happened -- now two weeks later -- I realize it isn't what they said that left the largest impression on me ... it's what they wore.

Here is a brief, fair and balanced run-down on what each of the 30+ stand-ups wore:

John Kensil -- A straw-colored flannel rolled two inches above his elbows, a black watch, blue rubber band, blue jeans, and black dress shoes with a squared front.

Mary Radzinski -- A purple blouse with a comfortable-looking gray robe over, blue jeans, and silver hoop earrings.

Luke Giordano -- A gray bed-looking shirt, buttoned except for the top two buttons, blue jeans with three small holes, one larger hole, tucked into the back of his left sock.

Carolyn Busa -- Denim shirt, a torquoise charm necklace, a brown dress, and brown boots.

Ryan Marley -- A mostly white with darker striped bed shirt, black dress shoes with no laces, right pant leg tucked over the right shoe.

LaTice -- A purple blouse over a black shirt that covered to the wrists with 3 pearly buttons, blue jeans, and gold earrings that looked like little caterpillars.

Jason Hazelwood -- Gently worn jeans with a pocket chain, a black bowling shirt with black lettering that spelled "Motel" in a Ren-And-Stimpy-esque font, with tan and black Adidas.

Scott Terry -- Off-white t-shirt over a white t-shirt, black shoes, jeans.
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