The Marginalia of Theology
your killin' me here!i actually don't really understand that saying. But, i'm getting really anxious for it to open.
I've been tracking with the BiFC&T for a year now via your keymaster, and praying for y'all all the way. I'm excited it's come so far! Maybe someday I'll make a trip out there for a cuppa coffee. :-)
just open already...thanks! hope it is going well, i'm anticipating a visit when you do eventually open
Russ: I would love to publish a short article about the adventure and travails preceding the opening of BiFC&T in Comment, soon. Comment will pay for such an article. If you or any of your co-conspirators would be interested, please email me a.s.a.p. at firstname.lastname@example.org. My apologies for using this medium for the message.
Most likely I will not be a patron if John Mayer is going to remain on your myspace ("me and Jessica Simpson, we keep on waiting, waiting on the world to change").Unless of course my patronage contributes to getting you off myspace all together and set up with a proper website.Sorry, few musicians ruffle my feathers more than Mr. Heavier Things.Way to build anticipation--- I can't wait.
The John Mayer song is a product of the person developing the website/myspace, which happens to not be me.There will be a website proper...more to come.
ohh, did I offend someone else? Hopefully not your wife who is perhaps the kindest person in the world...
No, don't worry Keith. It is my brother-in-law, so it's all good.Buy more coffee and tea!
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