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Drifting Star

Drifting against the wind
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I understand that there may be a visible (beverage-holding) connection to the Ship on the actual footage tonight as well...

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Chorister

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ITTWACW mug, prominently on the i-church desk.

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Drifting Star

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i-church does have its own mugs, but we're ecumenical. [Big Grin]

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
ITTWACW mug, prominently on the i-church desk.

Shameful product placement.

[Cool]

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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Favorable mention of Mystery Worship on CNN's website based on an interview given by Simon and myself.

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Chorister

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Good call.
I like the idea of people attending and observing ways of worship, even if the attendee isn't religious themselves. After all, how can people decide if religious worship is for them if they never get to experience it?

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Tree Bee

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Pause for Thought on Chris Evans' Radio 2 show mentioned Mystery Worship this morning though the Ship wasn't name checked.
Chris seemed taken with the concept, which he hadn't previously come across.

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Ancient Mariner

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Thanks for the heads up Tree Bee. I have contacted the show accordingly.

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QLib

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
I like the idea of people attending and observing ways of worship, even if the attendee isn't religious themselves. After all, how can people decide if religious worship is for them if they never get to experience it?

Monty Python's Big Red Book, with its helpful guide on World Religions, comes to mind.

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Ferijen
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I think I see an Ancient Mariner on bbc1 right now...
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Ancient Mariner

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Nope, that was our very own other Steve, Tomkins (aka Rev Gerald Ambulance) - looking remarkably 19th Century retro-professorial it must be said.

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LeRoc

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No-one made a screen shot? [Smile]

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Alan Cresswell

Mad Scientist 先生
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Screen Shot
The programme is on iPlayer - he's on a part about what Hell is like starting about 13 mins into the show.

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Jengie jon

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There is also an article on the BBC Website by him which I guess is related.

Jengie

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Jengie jon

Semper Reformanda
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Another sighting, last article in Reform this month.

For Anglicans, this has nothing to do with a conservative Anglican group within the CofE, rather it is the magazine of the URC and edited by Steve Tomkins.

Jengie

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Jack the Lass

Ship's airhead
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Gadgets for God got a mention overnight on this BBC Radio Scotland show - give or take 5 minutes it was around 2 hrs 15 mins into the show. The link should be live for a few days.

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ken
Ship's Roundhead
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All true geeks will be pleased and proud that ship-of-fools.com gets a place in the wonderful NMAP "icons of the web" interactive viewer, which is a sort of tag cloud of the top million websites in the world.

A very small place somewhere just below the middle, between facts-for-kids.net and fetish-hosting.co.uk (though they are all next to the slightly larger and presumably more respectable amnesty,.org) If you want to find it without using the search function its one of the few thousand websites along the northern borders of qq.com

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quote:
Originally posted by ken:
A very small place somewhere just below the middle...

quote:
just one, momentary glimpse of the size of the entire unimaginable infinity of creation along with a tiny little marker saying, “You are here”
[Ultra confused]

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Kelly Alves

Bunny with an axe
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That is cool beyond words.

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Imaginary Friend

Real to you
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Church of Fools and Ship of Fools featuring in this Daily Dot article.

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Chorister

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Wonder who that Choris is....? [Biased]

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Sipech
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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
Wonder who that Choris is....? [Biased]

Someone called Chris who was typing in a hurry? [Cool] [Razz]

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Alban
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My morning routine involves among other things, the ship and Cracked.com. The two seem to have itersected today, with item 20 in this piece referencing the Ship and the Church of Flanders. And no, I didn't write it.

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Marvin the Martian

Interplanetary
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It's also completely wrong!

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Kelly Alves

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Yebbut it's Cracked! The geeks with come flocking!

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Marvin the Martian

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Look out for a rise in people using the Flanders avatar?

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Hail Gallaxhar

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Kelly Alves

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Creating lists of everything? Extravagantly creative use of dick jokes in academic discussion?

Marriage made in Heaven.

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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David Thomson, Bishop of Huntingdon and Acting Bishop of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich, has taken note of our recent MW report on the ABC's visit to St Edmundsbury Cathedral.

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JoannaP
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If sermons come under the heading of "media"...

I was rather startled when today's sermon began with the words "There is a website called ship-of-fools.com"; it was a lead in to the news that we were MW'd last week and had a very favourable report. Many thanks to Aileen and to Miss Amanda for getting it published so quickly - you have made our vicar very happy. [Yipee]

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Mamacita

Lakefront liberal
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The Ship features prominently in the opening paragraphs of a June 10 article in the on-line magazine Salon.com. Without actually naming them, the article gives a nod to the "Chapter and Verse" project, as well as the Mystery Worshipper (and gives a nice shout-out to Simon and Steve).

The article, titled "Bible Verses that Atheists Love," was published a few days earlier on the blog AlterNet.

[ 11. June 2014, 05:22: Message edited by: Mamacita ]

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Ancient Mariner

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Thanks for that, Mamacita. A nice piece.

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Ancient Mariner

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I'm on BBC Radios Lancashire and Manchester tonight, talking about my novel Rattles and Rosettes. From 10pm (UK time) onwards.

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
I'm on BBC Radios Lancashire and Manchester tonight, talking about my novel Rattles and Rosettes. From 10pm (UK time) onwards.

You also look quite a bit like the gentleman interviewed in today's Church Times (no subscription required for this article).

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mrWaters
Shipmate
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The Ship was also mentioned in the recent Four Thought by Rupert Goodwins which was also how I heard about it and subsequently joined.
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Curiosity killed ...

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Thank you for that link MrWaters - I couldn't go to that recording because it was on a Wednesday night - I undoubtedly know people in the audience - but had I been able to I would have found out who he was on the Ship.

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Oscar the Grouch

Adopted Cascadian
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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
I'm on BBC Radios Lancashire and Manchester tonight, talking about my novel Rattles and Rosettes. From 10pm (UK time) onwards.

Have purchased a copy on my Kindle and am enjoying reading it at the moment. Not that Palace have ever suffered as much as my team have....

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RooK

1 of 6
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quote:
Originally posted by Curiosity killed ...:
I would have found out who he was on the Ship.

Please don't stalk Shipmates.
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Curiosity killed ...

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RooK - no way would I stalk anyone. But if you'd been in the audience and someone had mentioned the Ship, you would have talked to them too, given the opportunity.

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ChastMastr
Shipmate
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This makes me feel stupid for saying this, but since his (presumably real-life) name is there on the link he posted for the book, wouldn't clicking the link tell you who he is? Less stalky and more "Oh, that's what his name is" when you ... click on the link he himself posted.

[Confused]

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Curiosity killed ...

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ChastMastr - I am not that interested. If I had met him I'd have asked and outed myself at the same time. Not being there at the time it's not something I'm pursuing.

[ 31. July 2014, 07:12: Message edited by: Curiosity killed ... ]

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
Originally posted by Oscar the Grouch:
quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
I'm on BBC Radios Lancashire and Manchester tonight, talking about my novel Rattles and Rosettes. From 10pm (UK time) onwards.

Have purchased a copy on my Kindle and am enjoying reading it at the moment. Not that Palace have ever suffered as much as my team have....
You really have to tell me the name of your club, that I may share your burden. [Votive]

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Oscar the Grouch

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The clue is in my avatar.
(And like Palace, our colours are red & blue)

[ 31. July 2014, 14:56: Message edited by: Oscar the Grouch ]

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ChastMastr
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I keep forgetting how much closer everyone is in the UK. Here in Tampa Bay, Florida, I think there's something like... one? Shipmate I know of within driving distance at this point, and even then it's a couple of hours. (There was another one but I think he moved to another state and alas he doesn't post anymore.) Even Erin, God rest her soul, was vastly too far away to really get to for a day trip.

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
Originally posted by Oscar the Grouch:
The clue is in my avatar.
(And like Palace, our colours are red & blue)

With you in spirit, Oscar.

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balaam

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Look who's judging the new media awards. Go for it Captain.

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Lyda*Rose

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Has Simon won one of those? (Or did I miss it mentioned here? [Hot and Hormonal] ) If he hasn't he should have! Next year: the People's Choice Award for Simon Jenkins. [Yipee]

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Ancient Mariner

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Interview with me on Premier Christian Radio (UK) re: SoF and Rattles and Rosettes.

Listen from 1hr 4mins and 40 secs.

[Cool]

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Curiosity killed ...

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Currently featuring on Radio 4's Sunday discussing Badvent Calendars

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TonyK

Host Emeritus
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And half a page in The Mail on Sunday, 2nd Nov, about the Badvent Calendars.

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Originally posted by TonyK:
And half a page in The Mail on Sunday, 2nd Nov, about the Badvent Calendars.

And here's the link.

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