Friday, September 09, 2005

Who Is That Dude Anyway?

Bob Hyatt or Scott Williams with glasses?

Or could it be the "real" Brother Maynard?

Hmmm. ;)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trying to "out" Bro Maynard, eh? No luck this time, I'm afraid. I could reveal his identity, but then we'd both have to die... ok, not quite.

The Man In The Shadows

grace said...

Oooh, mysterious....

LOL!

Robbymac said...

That's not Maynard. He looks more...

Shh! Top secret...

Brother Maynard said...

Careful, the witness protection people might have to whisk me and my family away in the night.... If you'd seen what I've seen in the churches I've been, you'd lie awake nights as well, worrying that your secret identity might be blown...

grace said...

I'm afraid I've seen more than I ever wanted to know. I lie awake some nights just wishing to erase the memory.

If you weren't Canadian, I'd be worried that maybe we know each other.

Just wondering though, do you look more or less cool than this guy? :)

Robbymac said...

Definitely more cool. Absutively. Posilutely.

bob hyatt said...

Man, I wear contacts!

And there's no official Emergent™ Soul Patch® on that guy!!!

grace said...

Thanks to the urban dictionary, I now know what a soul patch is and what grok means.

grace
(an older, less hip, emerging chick)

Robbymac said...

Grok was also a part of the original Star Trek lexicon. It was a bumper sticker that said "I Grok Spock".

But hey, "double-double" is now officially in the Canadian Oxford Dictionary, so why not "grok"?

Cindy said...

What's the urban dictionary? :-/

grace said...

Cindy, the urban dictionary is a slang dictionary at www.urbandictionary.com.

It's a helpful tool for middle-aged people to look up words they've never heard of. Although, it is filled with mostly words and phrases you don't need to know.

Robby, I looked up double-double and was relieved to find that it is a coffee-related word.

We don't have Tim Horton's here, but at Starbucks (and anywhere else) I always order a double americano in a grande cup, no cream.

Did you ever wonder why a male barista isn't called a baristo?

Robbymac said...

Am I getting set up for a bad Starbucks joke here?

Okay, I'll bite... Why isn't a male barrista called a barristo?

You mean a double grande no-cream americano? (If I don't call the drink specs in the right order, I get fish-slapped.) :)

grace said...

No joke robby. I'm just teaching my kids spanish.

Thanks for the tip, now I'll know the correct way to order.

Wishing I had an americano right now.

Cindy said...

thanks, Grace. I need all the help I can get.

Pam Hogeweide said...

everywhere i go on the net bob hyatt shows up!

hey, fyi, the local liberal paper here named Bob's church as best church that meets in a bar...cool.