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Sounds like someone whose blog I would like to read!

im a free photographer.

I hate reading blogs - but for some reason I bookmarked yours and keep coming back. Good stuff in here. Maybe its the cynicism or whit, either way it's pretty fresh.

i'm with you, especially on the advertising thing. i think it's tacky.

hey, you changed your profile picture...again! :)

Be who you is bro.

Ben, high comedy. That's why we all come here- you bein' you!

oooo...cutting grass on the side or advertisments...that's a tough call for me.

Ben,

Understood. That's why I went lo-fi with my blog design. So many read through readers (like I do) and the extra stuff tends to get in the way.

Gotta say, the ebb and flow of life that comes across in your writing constantly hits home. You have a wonderful observer nature (see Catalyst blog post) that should be a huge message to the pastorate and leadership within the church. It REALLY is okay to be quiet and observe. It can actually improve your knowledge and understanding of the people you lead. As for the other things, thank you for NOT going there. Keep up the random thoughts, the amazing posts and being real.

The first 3 are all Ragamuffin Soul for sure. Not in particular, obviously, but they all fit my blog.
I'd love to hear your thoughts as to why. They may just not be you, which it seems like the reason, but if they stem deeper, would love to know.
Los

definitely not a criticism here... just ways that I miss out on a more enhanced blog. =)

Totally. Did not feel criticized. Just always looking for good feedback to make my blog better. And you are a voice I listen to.
Thanks.
Los

Los, we're all learning from you bro.

yeah and i think i should clarify. i honestly have no problems with a few relevant ads in a sidebar. i take issue with the ads that are embedded in posts, both on a site and in rss specifically. i'm not a huge fan of people trying to sell me things over the phone, i'm not sure being force-fed it on blogs i enjoy is much different.

and that's the problem. i love what tony morgan has to say, so it's not like "well if you don't like it, don't read it..." because that doesn't make sense.

it's just a necessary evil i have to put up w/ i guess ;-)

- jw

A wise man once told me (in regards to my blog) "Terrace, you be you." Glad to see you are taking your own advice. :-)

P.S. You don't have a high likeability factor? I disagree.

Nice work! Why cant we just keep it simple and talk about the superbowl?

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