Born a coal miner’s daughter, Damien W. Green was groomed for performing from a very early age. Sold to his uncle at the age of three Green began to travel with McSorely’s Midwest Circus and Medicine Show.
By the age of seven Damien was a clowns apprentice studying with the popular Irish clown Lanny Joyce whenever Lanny was sober enough to teach. The angry beatings Green received at the hands of the Irish minstrel provided no lessons, only scars and tears.
Entering his teenage years Green left McSorely’s and become an itinerant preacher in the western United States. He was known back then for his unique Gospel styling’s, converting many with his “Clowning for Jesus” routines.
Now, as a legal adult, Green still performs for audiences all around the world, although he’s never left the country and still believes that the Earth is flat.
My life, my kids and my impending suicide.
Damien W. Green at the Paramount Theatre.
Not wanting cancer, I make a visit to the doctor and have a sexual misadventure
Wherein I discuss both presidential candiates and wax intellectual about gardening without waxing intellectual.
The election is over so what will I do with my time.
Pastor Alexander Grey speaks about the the seeming absence of God during these economically difficult times.
How the government is like a drug dealer sponsoring someone who is trying to get clean.
Wherein I discuss discrimination and poverty without mentioning either discrimination or poverty.
My attempt at a weekend project gets me in hot water with the aging neighbors.