It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas…

I like to look at the start of each year as the beginning of a new book and each month a chapter of that book. Well 2016 has been a perpetual horror story with its own series of plot twists that I assume are designed to drive the reader into a madness that defies all

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Unpopular Opinion: I’m Disappointed in the Cast of Hamilton

Okay. This is a post I’m going to have to start off with a massive disclaimer: I am not a support of the Trump/Pence presidency. I absolutely despise them on a number of different levels. Pence is particularly frightening with his opposition to marriage equality and support of conversion therapy amongst other positions I can’t

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Today I Sat On A Stump: Reflections on Election 2016

Like I often do, I found myself with some downtime while on the road. Today, during my visit to Bandon, Oregon. Between my hotel check out time and my call time at today’s venue I had roughly three hours to kill. An hour was easily spent on a round-trip visit to the nearest Starbucks which

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Josh. The Worst Blogger in the World

Hi. I’m Josh and it has been 68 days since my last blog post I. Am. A. Terrible. Blogger. The worst. So bad, in fact, that I am handwriting this blog post. Mostly because I’m at a restaurant and don’t want to be that guy who brings his laptop to lunch. On the plus side,

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Together in the Great Big Circle Of Life

My anxiety has been through the roof this past month and the idea of visiting the parks has been overwhelming. Because Disney makes me insanely happy, I thought it was time to ease myself back into it. My wonderful friend Amaris was performing in the evening shows of Festival of the Lion King which allowed

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Don’t Turn My Tragedy Into Your Trend

It’s been over a month since the shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. A shooting that took the lives of 49 people becoming the largest mass shooting in the history of the United States.  That night we lost friends, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters.  It’s a night that has changed many of us forever. Since

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