I’ll just get to the point. I’m pro-life. Does that mean I hate women and want to control them? No. But without understanding each other’s opinions, there can be no place for debate and find common ground.
I ask an important question to my pro-choice friends. Please answer me on the podcast Facebook page.
Not sure if I mentioned it before, but I’m now a contributing writer for the Film Threat website. Film Threat is the creation of Chris Gore (Attack of the Show), who in the 80’s created Film Threat as an edgy movie fanzine. I’m more than honored to write for them. Here’s my first review – F(l)ag Football.
I changed courses today. I was going to talk about something that will enrage you, but instead, I need to follow-up on the last episode.
I had a little epiphany. I believe I’ve just removed the connection between the story of Sodom and Gomorrah and homosexuality. Take a listen.
This weekend, I’ll be at D23 as a civilian. Say hi. I will also be recording the Film Threat podcast on Sunday.
Today we start looking at the actual Biblical verses about homosexuality in order to seek clarity and truth.
In this episode, we shed light on the idea that Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed because of the sin of homosexuality.
In today’s episode, I break Christianity down to a 15-minute explanation. 15 minutes that’s all I need. I also try to sneak in why it’s the best religion in the whole darn world.
Don’t forget. You can also see me live this Saturday, July 8 at National Comedy Theatre in San Diego. www.nationalcomedy.com
Happy Fourth of July Everyone. Today, I talk about my cultural past and my thoughts on immigration in America. I am the son of immigrants and I tell my story as a Chinese American and living in Chinatown.
Also, I am performing this weekend in San Diego (nationalcomedy.com) and I am now a movie review contributor for FilmThreat.com
On this episode, we examine the Syrian Refugee Crisis from the perspective of the refugees that want to go home.
I interview the filmmakers of Resistance is Life. I speak with director Apo W. Bazidi and producer Goran Zaneti. The interview took place at Dances with Films 2017.
Last year, the Pope asked Christians to apologize to the LGBTQ community. Although I am not Catholic, God impressed on my heart to post an apology for the war Christians have waged against the homosexual community. This is my apology.
The kid and I review Cars 3. We talk about our favorite characters. The Story and give too many spoilers. So, this is your warning.
I talk shop today. I just performed in a show at the National Comedy Theater in San Diego (nationalcomedy.com). I talk about the joy it is to have men play men and women play women on stage. The cross-gender shtick is getting old.
I also talk about how getting to the point of the conflict and making strong active choices makes for better scene work on stage.
Tomorrow…something a little more serious.