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A Response to Ricky Gervais’s “Holiday Message”

20 December 2010 Ministry

Hot off the heels of my frustration with SparkLife, I decided to tackle Ricky Gervais’s “Holiday Message.” Due to its length, I will skip some stuff. I don’t feel like I’ve skipped anything particularly crucial, but correct me if I’m wrong. Let me also say that I think Gervais is a fantastic comedian. I love The Office and Extras.

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New Ramsey Bros YouTube Page

30 June 2008 Uncategorized

For those who follow the Ramsey Bros. (and you absolutely should…not just because yours truly is frequently involved, but also because it’s good clean fun), you might be interested to know that they have a brand new YouTube page: Ramsey Bros. Pictures YouTube Page As you can see, the theme, developed by Richie, is quite […]

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New Ramsey Bros. Picture: "Seth Ramsey: Graduation Congratulations"

2 June 2008 Uncategorized

I am embroiled involved in this Ramsey Bros. thing — and they have posted a new video. This time, I’m not in it. But my name made the credits, and what else matters? The video stars Wil, John, and Richie Ramsey as they offer congratulations and consolations to their youngest brother, Seth, who has just […]

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NEW YouTube VID: "The Interrogator"

11 February 2008 Uncategorized

“The Ramsey Brothers”: are at it again! Over a period of two days we shot a new video called “The Interrogator,” co-written by “John Ramsey”: and “Bob Arnold”: “Richie & co.”: handled shooting, editing, music, etc. Good times. Check it out: If you liked it, please, pass it on! ALSO, John has entered the Turbo […]

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Book Review: Born Standing Up by Steve Martin

28 January 2008 Reviews

Look, this blog isn’t all fun and games–time for some seriousness! In 2007, Steve Martin published a sort of memoir, Born Standing Up that chronicles his life as a stage performer. From the magic shops of Disneyland to lonely on-the-road burnout to superstardom in the late 1970s, Martin exercises his hindsight, talking about relationships with […]

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