The Not-Quite-Right Reverend

From the 2013 comedy sketch "Football Church"

Mad Scientist

From the short film "Dangerous Seed," part of the 2014 Charlotte 48-hour Film Festival.

Paying the bills

I do branding and media production for my S.O.'s content powerhouse, Scopcity.

Igno Rants Podcast

Igno Rants on College Football is a light-hearted podcast focusing primarily on the SEC, with particular emphasis on Auburn and Alabama.


Live shows most weekends with Charlotte Comedy Theater! Check my schedule for the next performance.

Something Else Here?

I have lots of irons in the fire. Maybe one of them will...erm, get hot? Glow? I'm not really sure what you do with irons once you take 'em off the fire, but consider the metaphor complete.

The Head Quarters

The official site for everything you wished you could forget about me.

Just in case you haven’t already had your fill, here are some obligatory links to social-y things where I post other stuff.

Latest Blog

The other day, I was driving down the road with the two youngest boys in tow, listening to The Moth podcast and enjoying a beautiful day. As the storyteller was recounting his humorous yet poignant adventures, Everett blurted out, “It’s been a long time since I’ve been drunk!” Most parents would probably snort in laughter at the […]

If you follow me at all, you’re probably aware that I’m a big fan of The Goog. I’ve been running Android for years, use Google Apps for my personal & business email, and try very hard to test all their products. So, earlier this month, with a mess of Best Buy Rewards certificates in hand, I […]

Traffic violator driving a 1900-vintage car being stopped by a policeman on a bicycle

While my lovely wife is content to write about frivolous matters (as befits her frailer gender), I present my respected readers with practical prose and intellectual idioms for healthier and happier living. To that end, I present my In-Compleat Catalogue of Terrible Drivers. Let us be honest, you and I. Driving has become a dangerous and […]

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At some point in my childhood, I adopted the unwavering belief that pain was nature’s command to cease working, and aches associated with muscle use were a penance for the sin of being “athletic,” a condition or state of being wholly in conflict with the intellectual.

Growing up in L.A. (Lower Alabama), I learned not only small-town values, but also many valuable things about life and people. For example, if you absolutely had to say something bad about another person, you can add “Bless his [or her] heart” to avoid actual sinning — as in, “You know I would never say anything […]

The Queen of Love and Beauty got a call from the P.O. this morning, letting her know that her box of baby chickens has arrived.  She is — at this very moment — picking them up.  Which gives me a little bit of time alone to prepare for the (now) inevitable next stage in my […]