Reverend Bill M.
Comedy has always been an avid part of Bill's life, whether it's reflected in the literally thousands of jokes he has committed to memory (yes, he counted them), his own original witty pieces he's been creating on various media since childhood, his subscription to Mad Magazine that he has kept going since 1986, or his ever-growing library of stand-up comedy and novelty albums. So it was only natural for him in 2003 to create The Devil's Mischief, a podcast of "Carnal Comedy Clips and Netherworld Novelty Numbers". The Devil's Mischief remains the longest-running show in the history of Radio Free Satan.
When he's not working on his show of mirth, Bill is usually spending time with his two other "M" passions: music and mathematics. Besides being an accomplished vocalist and lover of music theory, he enjoys collecting and playing a number of musical instruments, including the harmonica (of which he owns over 50), the bass guitar, mandolin, balalaika, kalimba, melodica, wooden flute, recorder, and several other oddities. Bill holds both bachelor's and master's degrees in mathematics. Speaking of "M", Bill is also a member of Mensa, the high-IQ society.
Bill has amassed a lot of stuff, for better or worse, which he documents on his appropriately-named blog, AplaceForMyStuff.com. Some of Bill's other internet-related projects over the past 20 years have included LordofCokeandHotDogs.com, the Satanic movie site "Hellywood", the Kevin Bacon-inspired "Black Sabbath Game", "Look Out: The Dio Humor Page", personal home pages, and contributions to many other sites.
Bill is a priest of the Church of Satan. He has conducted Satanic weddings and funerals, and has made a number of radio and television appearances over the years discussing Satanism. He has also written for printed Satanic publications as Not Like Most, The Devil's Diary, The Trident, and Ninth Gate.