While an undergraduate at Columbia University, Steve Hofstetter became a favorite sports columnist for The Columbia Daily Spectator. It had been there that the general public support for his wry laughter began, with main magazines taking see of the influence Hofstetter’s column was producing with the faculty audience, it wasn’t a long time before Maxim, ESPN, and Sports activities Illustrated for Children were regularly contacting upon the youthful writer. Moonlighting being a standup comic, Hofstetter’s hometown paper, The Queens Tribune, dubbed him “the considering man’s comic” in 2003. Another couple years had been filled up with activity, with Hofstetter hosting the -panel discussion display Four Quotas for the Sirius satellite television radio network and keeping a active tour timetable that included over 100 schools and a large number of clubs each year, all while preserving his work as head article writer at collegehumor.com. He finally got around to producing his comedy record debut in 2006 with Treat for the Wire Guy over the Razor & Link label.