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Ancient Mariner

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At last! We've made the Malton and Pickering Mercury.

[Cool]

[ 22. April 2008, 15:38: Message edited by: Ancient Mariner ]

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Rossweisse

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I particularly liked the fact that the reporter got a quote from "Malton Town Cllr [Councillor?] Michael Beckett." That's covering all the bases!

Ross

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John Donne

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That's a nicely written piece of copy I reckon!

Engaging, succinct and informative about MW and factual about SoF. (Remember SoF when ya get to The Times, buddy lol)

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Foaming Draught
The Low in Low Church
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And Erin's made the Brisbane Times.

FD [Biased]

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Chorister

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I like the summary, "its aim to help Christians be self-critical and honest about their faith."

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Rossweisse

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quote:
Originally posted by Foaming Draught:
And Erin's made the Brisbane Times.

What a nice smile from Our Erin! [Big Grin] Good spotting, FD!

Ross

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Ancient Mariner

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Canadian Christianity (bottom right)

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Ancient Mariner

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Inspire do album covers.

(They gave us the idea in the first place [Overused] )

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Jonathan Strange
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Telegraph, although a fleeting blink-and-you-could-miss-it mention...

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Mamacita

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This is rather old (October 2007) but I just stumbled across it: a blog entry on Mystery Worshipper on the site Church Marketing Sucks. (Don'tcha love that name?)

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John Donne

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Any publicity is good publicity, right?
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Marvin the Martian

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quote:
Originally posted by John Donne:
Any publicity is good publicity, right?

That is some funny shit [Big Grin]

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
Originally posted by John Donne:
Any publicity is good publicity, right?

[Overused] [Cool] [Overused]

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Rossweisse

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That is quite wonderful. Who is the perpetrator?

(My favorite line is the one addressed to the weeping Comet.)

Ross

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Grits
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I was wondering when and if someone was going to post this. Some of us got a heads up early on.

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John Donne

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I am not the originator, I hasten to add! (In case the bow-smilies were for me) Just found it a very well done piece in terms of comedic and satiric devices and thought it worth being seen by the wider audience.

Evidence you've made it: the vehicle of satire is satirised.

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Ags

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There was an interview this morning on BBC Southern Counties Radio with our esteemed Captain and another Shipmate. Part of a series on the Internet and Spirituality, it can be found about 50 mins into the programme.
Short but sweet!

eta but not a patch on that wonderful youtube post! [Big Grin]

[ 04. May 2008, 13:17: Message edited by: Ags ]

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bonabri
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You even get a picture in the Church Times

Not sure about the Church Check offer talked of later in the article though. Have these people never heard of the Mystery Worshipper .. although obviously they have and are commercialising the concept.

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Alan Cresswell

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As has been reported here previously, Church Check is a project inspired by our own MW project. It even shared the name in the trials of the service (with our permission).

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bonabri
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Drat - I must don my aqualung and venture into the archives.

[Hot and Hormonal]

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Simon

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The Bishop of Arizona, no less, has blogged about the Mystery Worshipper, linking to five of the "clever write-ups" we've published on his patch.

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Ancient Mariner

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Rowan and the Rowenas hit Church Times.

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lowlands_boy
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The ship makes it onto The BBC magazine pages today. But I guess the H&A's already knew that [Biased]

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Robert Armin

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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
quote:
Originally posted by John Donne:
Any publicity is good publicity, right?

[Overused] [Cool] [Overused]
The video has disappeared! Does anyone know how to find it again?

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Ancient Mariner

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Rowena and Rowan get Inspired.

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
Rowena and Rowan get Inspired.

Nice article! I especially like:
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the webzine and online community attracts readers more interested in searching questions than simplistic answers.



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East Price Road
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There's an amusing little story here from the Independent on Sunday.

(Second item down)

[ 24. July 2008, 19:33: Message edited by: East Price Road ]

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Pheonix

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My wife has informed me there is an article mentioning the Ship of Fools in either the current or previous readers digest... I'll check which and the page num.
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Alan Cresswell

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A pdf of the article The Funniest Stuff on the Net is available. We make page 3 of the pdf
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SHIPOFFOOLS.COM
Christian-run website poking gentle fun at elements of the Church. Includes a guide to religious souvenirs (check out the nodding Pope
Benedict), chat group “John Calvin’s News Round” and a magical clip of John Dale of the First United Methodist Church, Illinois, trying to sing a medley of “Christ the Lord is Risen Today” and “That’s Amoré”.



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Ancient Mariner

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Be upstanding for the Dunnville Chronicle.

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cattyish

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Aww... the Dunnville Chronicle is lovely. [Smile]
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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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The Nashville Tennessean has a piece about mystery worshipping, both paid and volunteer (i.e., Ship of Fools). Some of the comments that follow have some interesting points to make about megachurches.

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Drifting Star

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Good article, but who is Simon Goddard? [Paranoid]

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
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Good article, but who is Simon Goddard? [Paranoid]

He's Ship of Fool's newest merger, much like GM and Chrysler, as an economic measure.

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Ancient Mariner

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Our esteemed Cap'n got up early to guest on the following BBC stations on Sunday morning (2 Nov) talking about the US elections - and particularly our home page coverage of Barack Obama.

Anyone hear him?

0700 Cambridge
0710 Stoke
0720 Tees
0730 West Midlands
0740 Norfolk
0750 Leicester
0800 London
0810 Oxford
0820 Newcastle
0830 Coventry & Warwick
0840 Berkshire
0850 Shropshire

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Lyda*Rose

Ship's broken porthole
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I got all excited because in the teaser for an LA TV station 11 PM news they said they'd have a piece on "Mystery Worshipers". They did, and it was a long one. But they only covered a professional service with no mention of where the term originated. Bloody plagiarists.

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Chorister

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I awoke with a start while lazily listening to Terry Wogan last week - for he mentioned Ancient Mariner. Unfortunately, it didn't seem to be our Ancient Mariner (unless he's moonlighting again [Paranoid] ).

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Ancient Mariner

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Beejabers - sorry, it wasn't oi.

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Dafyd
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I'm surprised that Steve Tomkins on the Guardian website seems to have been missed so far.

No doubt someone will point out to me that there's a link in the banner headline.

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Nightlamp
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quote:
Originally posted by East Price Road:
There's an amusing little story here from the Independent on Sunday.

(Second item down)

I recently found this. Good old stories never die they are just re-worked to death. In 10 years time it will reported as something new when David Peters moves next. Mind you it still is the oddest mystery worshipper story.

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I don't know what you are talking about so it couldn't have been that important- Nightlamp

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Pyx_e

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tut

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SoF makes it to Page 3 of the St Paul's K Street newsletter.
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Ancient Mariner

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Originally posted by Hooker's Trick:
SoF makes it to Page 3 of the St Paul's K Street newsletter.

And a well-written piece, to boot.

[Smile]

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Ancient Mariner

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Car crash carols makes the Daily Telegraph (online).

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Simon

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As far as we can tell, the 12 Days of Kitschmas will get a reference (and picture) on Have I Got News For You tonight (BBC One, 9pm).

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Ancient Mariner

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Car crash carols in Newspost, India.

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Nightlamp
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quote:
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As far as we can tell, the 12 Days of Kitschmas will get a reference (and picture) on Have I Got News For You tonight (BBC One, 9pm).

The Jesus mug was featured but it's orignin was not mentioned.

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Ancient Mariner

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Telegraph article covered in Australia's The Age.

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Ancient Mariner

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Shipmate Ruth G covers Car crash carols in the The Times.

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Auntie Doris

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quote:
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Shipmate Ruth G covers Car crash carols in the The Times.

So did William Crawley.

Auntie Doris x

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