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Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Filmmaking | 9 comments

How To Woo a Father

How To Woo a Father


Sooo, I know I promised a post for this week that would be a follow-up to last week’s post on the problem I have with Christian books and movies. However, I’ve had a crazy week of playing music and hanging out with friends in Missouri, teaching my music students, and getting ready to perform at the North Texas Irish Festival this weekend. 

So the promised post isn’t ready. Sorry! Instead, have this video that the bros and I put up on our channel last week.



Next Wednesday, we’ll be returning you to your original station…




  1. I’m dying! That was way too funny! My favorite parts were with the guy who wrote the watermelon poem; the awkwardness was just hilarious.

    • Rejoicing in the tribulations of others is not nice.

  2. Oh, that was great! I love the bit at the end about the boiled potatoes. I don’t suppose you’ve seen the 2005 Pride and Prejudice?

    “What excellent boiled potatoes. It’s been many a year since I’ve had such an exemplary vegetable. To which of my fair cousins to I owe the compliment of these excellent boiled potatoes?”

    • I KNOW!!! XD

    • That was the reference! 😉

  3. This was awesome. XD

    • Thank ya. 🙂

  4. I laugh so much that my ear buds fell out. 😛 Very good!

    (Oh, and I am sorry if I was a little snippy in my comment on your last post. I don’t mean to put you down. You have some great stuff to say.)

    • Heheh, thanks!
      Not at all! I like it when people speak their mind, even if they’re not necessarily agreeing with me. Sorry if I came across wrong in that post.

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