Tell Me Lies, Tell Me Sweet Little Lies

Sometimes you stay in your comfort zone, thinking you are still gaining valuable experience when in reality, it’s just holding you back and keeping you from doing what you should do to move forward. There is an interview show that talks to other comedians.  It’s great insight towards the mind of a...

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The Off Button Is So Much Simpler

The great thing about life in Canada is that we have the ability to choose.  Choices we make are covered by the Constitution as one of the fundamental rights and freedoms that we, as Canadians, have.  Blood was shed in world wars for our rights to have freedom of expression, freedom of association and freedom of...

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Jesus – Asleep At The Wheel?

In Matthew 8:23-27 NIV (New International Version), it tells the story of Jesus in the boat with his disciples.  The boat comes upon a storm that tosses it about in the water, while all this time Jesus is asleep, seemingly unbothered by the events going on around him.  Naturally, the disciples are frightened and...

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Is It Really An Improbable Construction Project?

I was booked for a gig at The Laugh Shop a couple years ago. It was a 30 minute opening, and I happened to post on my Facebook comedy page that I wasn’t sure if I could do a half hour, let alone how it will go. If the headliner sees that, they won’t have much confidence in the show. That’s...

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God Created Audience Psychology

Have you ever listened to a sermon on Sunday morning, and wonder how the pastor can elicit consistent laughter from the jokes they tell? I’ve often wondered that also. I’ve attended church now for around 13 years and have heard many a sermon. For the longest time I couldn’t figure out why the pastor...

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