After his liver transplant, Michael decided to take on his biggest fears. One of those fears was stage fright. He could barely take the stage without hyperventilating.
What better way to overcome stage fright than to do the most vulnerable performing art known to man; stand-up comedy.
Here's Michael telling one of his most popular stories: "Let me tell you about the time I once gave a shot of heroin to a lobster..."
"James Earl Ray was innocent and he spent 30 years in prison for a crime that he did not commit ! "
We seem to take history at face value, but Michael's book, "James Earl Ray; The Last Days of Inmate #65477" will have you looking at the crime and it's convicted perpetrator in an entirely different way.
Michael went to the prison and spent one hour a day, 7 days a week, ( over 140 plus visits ) visiting / working for James Earl Ray during the last 6-months of his life to get this 410+ page story.
A must read for anyone who loves to disprove government propaganda and anyone who loves crime stories.
Second Shot at Life
On August 31, 2006 my doctor told me that I had a malignant tumor. I was one of the fortunate ones who was given a "second shot at life" when I had a liver transplant operation. I am on a mission to promote organ donation because even though I am alive and my cancer is in remission, thousands of people will die this year that could have easily been saved. They will die because not enough people sign up to become organ donors. There is a critical shortage of available organs and that becomes a DEATH SENTENCE for far too many people on the transplant list. You can play an important part in changing that. PLEASE SIGN UP TO BE AN ORGAN DONOR. The life you save might be a loved one or a family member.