Nearly everything written about CoViD-19 has been information for humans. No longer! Animals now have a place to look to keep themselves safe.
By combining comedy with a recession-proof business my hope is to create an innovative solution to the needs of the world. Here are some of my ideas.
Some criminals have been deemed too valuable to be caught only once.
The official story behind 9/11 is obviously bogus, but which of the highly credible conspiracy theories will YOU believe? This guide will help you decide.
Forget everything you think you know about Peter Pan, and sink your teeth into this mountain of evidence.
Sketches about: taxidermying the school bully, electroshock therapy for bullies, mistaking a nice person for a bully, horrible architects & hunting a killer shark.
Sketches about: being rejected by The Justice League, thinking you have narcolepsy, Santa changing his image, mistaking narcolepsy for necrophilia & being the worst member of The Justice League.
Sketches about: having a dead dog you think is alive, professional wrestling daycare, signing important documents with invisible ink & being bullied by the sea.
Looking for ways to save money? Here are seven silly ways to increase your savings.
Sketches about: a restaurant in a moving car, returning a switchblade comb to the store, going through menopause & a chicken raised with extra hormones.
HBDJC is our entry into the 2020 International Festival Of Winter Cinema Brisk Frames Challenge. Shot, edited and released in only one day!
Sketches about: a movie theatre that serves gourmet food, a vampire hunter and a vampire having dinner together, moving into a house where someone burnt a meal & a popcorn addiction.
If you've nearly died recently, don't bother your friends if it was because of one of these 7 mundane ways to have a near-death experience.
Sketches about: betting on a bad horse, pornography being nominated for an Oscar, the true cause of global warming & a father overestimating how hard the old days were.
After being out of sight and out of mind for weeks or months at a time, Astronauts who return to Earth can feel thrust into the spotlight with no direction.