Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Will the real Slim Jonathon Please Stand Up?

My BFF, Gavin, interviewed me. We have way too much time on our hands.

Check out the interview here.







But is this the real Jonathon?

John, over at Locust and Honey also interviewd me for his Blogger Profile. Check his out here and I'll let you draw your own conclusions.

7 comments:

Shane Raynor said...

Great interview(s), Jonathon. I'm glad John didn't ambush you with all those questions about Iran Contra that he asked me. I'll never do another interview with him again.

gavin richardson said...

conclusions:
1.Loss of touch with reality
2.Extremely immature behavior
3.Inability to cope, overcome problems, stay in school, hold a job, or take care of one's own personal needs.

these all seem to be you man. i don't think it's enough though to call you mentally ill. good thing since tenn-care wouldn't cover you.

St.Phransus said...

thanks gavin? i think....

jonathon

Zoomdaddy said...

J Phunk Phransus, you's some crazy mofo. Peace and keep tight, it'll be alright.

Jenny said...

That is hilarious. I'm sitting in my cube laughing out loud. I'm also trying to figure out how to use "fo shizzle" in a sentence, and it's just not coming to me. Do you think we could get that onto the worship feast cd-rom?

Joel Thomas said...

Nice interview .... but. Everyone you listed as your reading interests, your heroes, your bloggers, and your people you'd want to meet are men.

I don't think that reflects anything bad about you (I had more men but a few women), but it does say that we as a society really haven't advanced as far as we often claim.

I find it interesting that women are usually credited with better verbal/writing skills but even today men make up most of the touted writers.

St.Phransus said...

Thanks Joel. Good thoughts. Women that come to mind that I am simply overwhelm by theologically are Nancy Murphy and Sally McFague. I should have mentioned them.

I woman that I'd invite to the dinner party to add to the merriment and festivities- Virginia Wolf and maybe Janet Wolf (UM Clergy who is amazingly wonderful).

Thanks again.

shalom,
jonathon