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iamtimwarner | mini-documentary

During the pandemic, Comedian Tim Warner has been living out of a car performing Stand Up Comedy across the United States of America. While in San Diego, California, this mini documentary – iamtimwarner – captures a part of Warner’s journey, as he headlines The World Famous Mad House Comedy Club. Often crafting jokes that go against the mainstream narrative. How does Tim Warner survive?

Kill Tony #499

Reaction of Comedian Tim Warner’s Stand Up Comedy set & the story of following after Donnell Rawlings, Chappelle Show’s Ashy Larry, breaks down & walks out after getting roasted on Kill Tony Podcast. Donnell walks. Warner enters.

Kill Tony #501

Comedian Tim Warner’s segment on Kill Tony Episode 501 Recorded on March 22nd 2021 w/ Tony Hinchcliffe, Brian Redban & Ron White

Kill Tony #82

Grunge comedian and activist Tim Warner talks about chasing dragons and the time he was homeless. In this segment on Kill Tony Podcast Episode #082 Recorded on December 1st 2014 w/ Tony Hinchcliffe, Brian Redban, Tom Segura, Christina Pazsitzky & Willie Hunter.

RECAP | First (DMT) Dimethyltryptamine Experience

Comedian Tim Warner attempts to recaputure his first dimethyltryptamine experience in 7 minutes. While playing Jon Brion’s “I’ve Got a Surprise For You Today” from the Magnolia Soundtrack.

“And while it’s technically only a theory that dimethyltryptamine (DMT) is the chemical your brain releases right before you die, this performance, on November 22nd, 2011, captures a powerful, moving, passionate, comprehension of life as Tim Warner describess the experience as, “…touching perfection and literally becoming one with everything…Beautiful.”

Occupy Wall Street | Day 5

Day 5 of the Occupy Wall Street demonstration: Most comedians entertain the troops. Warner got the opportunity to entertain the truth. This Occupy Wall Street performance by Comedian Tim Warner was some comic relief for the demonstrators.