Wha Choo Say?

I would have picked a title a bit more phonetically correct, but I really don’t care at the moment. I find it interesting that people around my age who take their lives for granted seem to forget what it’s like to struggle.  I attend church trying to get around positive people and build up my hopes, only...

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Pest Prevention

I used to live on Avenue C North, north of 33rd Street around 2005. I was in school from EI taking my Business Management diploma course, started attending church and was an adult literacy tutor. I didn’t know much about mice and their migratory habits when I first moved in. It wasn’t a duplex, mire like...

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The Power of I

I have been writing this blog for over seven years now.  During all of the ups and downs I’ve had in life since The Stand-Up Diaries started, a friend of mine, Jaime, commented that I have always stayed true to myself through it all.  She’s right.  I have built up a following to this blog, so when I write...

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Act II

Unless something Earth shattering happens, this will more than likely be my last post of the old me. In case you haven’t heard, last month I made the decision to get an adult water baptism at church. That takes place this coming Friday night. It’s kind of like doing comedy. If you think you should wait...

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The Underwhelming Value of Crickets

Usually when you attend a show of some type, regardless of whether you paid admission, it’s safe to say that you will have a good idea of what to expect. Social media and word of mouth are good barometers to determine if an event is worth taking in. except when it comes to open mic stand-up comedy There are a...

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