Thursday, June 21, 2012

ON A PERSONAL NOTE

For three reasons, things may be VERY slow around here for a month and a half or so.  The most important one is that I'm going to be moving so most of my energies will obviously be directed toward getting that done.  That's not to say that I won't post anything here, it's just that it will be probably be rather rare if I do. 

The second is that I'm also going to have to buy some new wheels.  I've got a 2001 Ford Ranger that's pretty much reached the end of the road.  In any event, I don't feel like pouring hundreds of dollars into it any more.  So there's also that.

The third reason is that I'm once again rethinking the whole raison d'etre of this site. I'm not thinking of closing it down, just greatly expanding its coverage.

Just so you know.

19 comments:

wyclif said...

NOOOOOOO! Don't take Bad Vestments Blog away! Think of the children!

Seriously Chris, I hope all that stuff goes smoothly for you.

Pastor Schuster said...

I wish you well on numbers 1 and 2. And, I greatly look forward to eventually experiencing number 3.
Pax.

Keisha said...

This blog is really funny. I hope you come back.

Good luck with all your stuff.

JC Fremont said...

Whatever you need to do, and please come back.

All the best!

NBW said...

I hope all goes well for you. And I hope you continue with Bad Vestments.

Midwestnorwegian said...

Wish I was in the area to give you a hand moving.

-Midwestnorwegian (strong back, weak mind UFFDAH!)

The Underground Pewster said...

Maybe you could add some "Bad Lookin Old Trucks" to the gallery.

Pageantmaster said...

I have just the thing for you.

Fradgan said...

T]Pewster, there's nothing "bad lookin" about a Ford Ranger. I suggest a 2012 model.

Fr. Caleb said...

Mr. Johnson, your conservative, antiquarian view of ecclesiastical vestments and buildings will be missed if but a short while. Good luck with the move. Not to anything too contemporary, I hope.

The Dogfather said...

A friend gave me a link to your blog a couple of years ago, and I have enjoyed it ever since. I visited again yesterday because I am a diaconate candidate in the EO Church, and we were looking at vestments for my upcoming (God willing) ordination. This blog is needed, but it is probably enough to stay focused on the vestments, church architecture, liturgical travesties and related topics. This site works because it is VISUAL, and not a collection of unverifiable FOAF stories. The pictures pretty much tell the story.

Denita Arnold said...

Good luck! :)

Brook Hedick Packard said...

and to think of all the funny images at General Convention. Sigh.

Anonymous said...

Man, does that mean we'll have to wait for the surely notable train wrecks from TEC's Conference...Alas.

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Cantor Nikolaos said...

Please expand your coverage to include the horrid Allen "organs" some people buy instead of pipe organs.

How about the $300,000 toaster at St. Andrews in Roanoke, VA? Wasn't there a canon against electronic organs? I'd give anything if they'd enforce that. I'd give anything if the Greek Orthodox Church would abolish toasters! Let's crusade against toasters!

Cantor Nikolaos said...

If you talk about ugly trucks, trash-talk the ugly modern trucks. Those cargo trucks from Pakistan aren't too bad. What I dislike is how ugly modern International, Freightliner and other commercial trucks are. Look at the beauty of the old Freightliner Classic and the old Peterbilt and then look at the curvy crap they make now! Yuck!

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Anonymous said...

Tip: New suffragan bishop of Virginia. http://www2.timesdispatch.com/mgmedia/image/0/0/249993/female-bishops-ordination/