Witty and humorous, Palumbo always gives the modern, thinking man's' take on the world at large. A voracious reader and a veteran of the cerebral valhalla known as Sillicon Valley, Palumbo's humor usually relies on a fresh take about the Internet, technology and how technology has influenced modern life.
"In college, even though I was officially an Economics major, because I liked money, I signed up for every philosophy and anthropology class I could take", admits this bookish 30-something. "I guess at the end of the day I just wanted to know what made people tick, hoping that would give me some insight into the meaning of life"
A failed writer, failed banker and stockbroker, failed father, failing husband, the only thing he has left to succeed at is comedy. I hope you like the stench of desperation.