Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Coke paid me nothing for this commercial!

17 comments:

Mr. Imperial said...

Wow, who's that studly Australian drinking a can of American soda?

Glen O'Brien said...

"Studly"? Now come on Charles is that a word or did you just make it up? Hey I just discovered your blog and it looks great. I look forward to having a good read of it. (Thanks for the link too by the way). Hearty congratulations on your wedding. I'll keep an eye on your blog for further upates on your progress to the land of Oz.

Ludicrousity said...

What's with the lack of blogging Glen? I miss your musings.

Glen O'Brien said...

I have been Lazy with a capital L of late (four weeks holiday break. most of which I'll be spending around the house. I've spent a lot of time cataloging my DVD collection (I have a lot of 'em) using really great free software called DVD Profiler. This has kept my fingers busy and my brain on autopilot which I think is what I've needed after another busy year at KC. We're off to Bright for a few days tomorrow so there won't be any more blogging in the next little while either. Blessings.

Ludicrousity said...

If you're going to plug your blog to the class you'll have to update it! :)

Glen O'Brien said...

You blog Nazi you!

Ludicrousity said...

Oh yeah! I'll create my own blog regime that you won't be a part of!

transparent_glass said...

batman has a face? =]

-annie

Glen O'Brien said...

What? You thought I was millionare playboy Bruce Wayne?

annie annie annie said...

nah just hiding behind a mask =O

Ludicrousity said...

Is coke paying you for that ad? :)

Glen O'Brien said...

I wish!

Ludicrousity said...

Hey Glen! Saw the kingsley promo dvd today. Tell Jesse I think it's awesome! He did such a great job!

servant said...

Hi Glen. I didn't realise you had a blog.

I found it really inspirational listening to you at the Wesleyan Convention here in NZ. It gave me a renewed interest in such events. That was the first Wesleyan event Melva and I had been to and my previous experiences of conventions had simply been hyped up events.

It was good to hear intelligent, thought provoking speaking from you, that trusted the intelligence of those you were talking to rather than the hype of their emotions. It was a breath of fresh air and further confirmed my feeling of the Wesleyan Church being 'home' and the place God has called me to minister. It set my mind at ease in relation to the acceptance of my role as a licensed Minister with the Wesleyan Methodist Church of NZ. Thank you.

Glen O'Brien said...

Great to hear from you Frank. Thanks for your kind words. It's a joy to read them.

Christop said...

Hi Glenn. Just dropping by after visiting your church this morning.
Have peace.

Glen O'Brien said...

Thanks Christop. It was great to have you and Naomi with us. Grace and Peace to you also.

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