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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Back To The Scene Of The Crime

This will probably be the last post of 2017, so I will take a moment for reflection, with an eye towards the future and a major announcement. This year has probably been the most difficult of my life.  I would almost put it right up there with the year of the trial and trying to get Nicki back (the first time). I...

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Watch What You Say

I have already told you that quite a few phonies exist in the local comedy scene, and within the province for that matter.  However, there is one thing I can learn from them. When you have a big gig coming up, do not make your insecurities known about the gig.  Ever.  Some bookers have told me that they heard I...

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Redemption Before The 7 Year Itch

In 2018 I will attempt to achieve a couple of things. First of all, I will get back to The Laugh Shop stage for a final show there.  Secondly, I will be in attendance at all the open mics in the city.  Now that there are three a week, it will give me exposure and experience in front of different types of audiences. I...

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