God Told Me To “Take A Seat”

A comedians life is never simple.  It’s one fraught with anxiety, self-doubt and the feeling that you are alone on an island.  Today was one of those days where at church, I felt convicted to change a major part of my act for 2019. During worship my mind was racing.  Going into worship, I had a tortured mind. ...

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A Tale Of Two Families – One Ignorant, One Inclusive

This Christmas was the absolute worst I have ever experienced, and like I said on my personal Facebook page, I couldn’t be happier about that. They say that life is 10% what happens to you, and 90% how you react to it.  When you start changing your response when situations come against you, you will see the...

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Christians Can’t Be Funny? Just Watch Me

I don’t really know where to begin.  All that I know is how I got here up to this point.   We all need to evolve, and not in the physical sense, because that’s a given.  I’m talking about evolving as a person, having your ideas, attitudes and beliefs reflect who you are.  If you don’t change,...

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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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I Think It’s Called Having Faith

If you compare the headlining comedians of the 1970s to the headliners of today, the ones in the 70s seemed more diverse in their backgrounds, opinions and characters that they played. They were also cleaner and funnier. Richard Pryor and George Carlin were a couple of the bigger names of the decade, and a bit edgy,...

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