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Archive for October 2016

On a Personal Note…

So Wednesday I left a message on my Facebook, about how I’d felt like I’d been punched in the gut twice. I don’t like to post about private things too much, but I realize I am trying not to be too insular about things anymore, so I’ve decided to talk about it on here, that…

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Welcome to the New Site!

Hi everyone! Welcome to the new site! As I learn how to use this new WordPress format, I’ll update and inform as much as I can, and I’m in the process of loading all the old blog posts here and hope to have it all up by the weekend, as well as new posts from…

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The Song About Ian’s Pants

So it’s the first show since I’ve come back to Halifax, and the first since the “incident” that happened Sunday night. For those who don’t know, and for some who don’t read this it won’t matter anyways, but on Sunday the 16th I was walking out of the Toothy Moose with Ian Black, when two…

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Back in Mississauga Day Three

Day Three, the last night to perform in Mississauga before I head home to Halifax tomorrow. The club is absolutely packed, there’s not much space left in the club, and I’m waiting to go on and feeling a little nervous…apparently so was the young woman that threw up at the back of the club. :O…

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Back in Mississauga Day Two

Day two in Mississauga and I’m just middle performing, Shannon is hosting tonight so I have only to perform and that’s it. It should hopefully be easy. And it was. I performed my songs, got through them without taking up too much time, and got a good crowd response, two of the biggest laughs were…

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Back in Mississauga Day One

Hi….here I am back in Ontario, doing hosting for the open mic tonight in Mississauga, which was a last minute sort of deal for me. I was scheduled only to perform Friday and Saturday, but as I was at the airport to fly out to Toronto, there was a message asking me if I would…

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The “What the Hell Happened?” show

There are nights when you perform, and you feel like a million dollars afterwards. Then there are nights when you perform and you feel like a million papercuts dipped in lemon. Tonight was one of those shows. The crowd, well they probably would have rather had a 10 minute comedy show instead of a 90…

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Because Every Parody, is a Breakfast Parody…

Doing a set at the Goofy Moose, going to try out the sex ed songs, and the Tragically Hip parody. But as I was waiting outside, I was playing the song that they play between every act and I came up with the idea of playing that first as a joke. I got onstage and…

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