Thursday, November 03, 2005

Too riskque?

So some people have told me that the title of my blog is a bit to riskque and could have mixed messages (sick minded people). Should I change the name? If so do you have suggestions?

12 comments:

Tim Buck said...

Personally, I do not find the title of your blog riskque but I am intrigued by your challenge of another name...so here it goes:
Once upon a time I saw a bumper sticker at your house that read, "My boss is a Jewish Carpenter". I've always liked that phrase, so how about "Wood working with a Jewish Carpenter"?

Patrick said...

I don't think it's risqué at all, especially since it refers to your last name.

alyssa said...

Leave it! Don't cave in to peer pressure!

john-opendoor said...

I agree, way to risque, and while your at it, change your name too!

Bob Robinson said...

Not risgue enough.
How about

"How much for your pecker?"


Sorry, couldn't help myself.

Tony Y said...

Depends on who you are trying to reach with your blog. Is it the usual church-crowd suspects, shocking the traditionals and encouraging the "revolutionaries"? is it a forum for theological discussion and debate? Is it an outreach into the non-church community?

Will a name change help you direct it to where you want it to be?

marlaena said...

no, don't change. i've always thought it to be a fascinating title. some people need to spend their time reflecting on different things than titles . . .

hope you are doing well bj!

Neatr_natr said...

I read the blog to find out the price of wood. Why what else could it mean, is there something you aren't telling us. What is WOOD WORTH?

Terry L. Mann said...

BJ - You surely are just kidding. Please tell me you are man! If not, I must be more calloused than I thought. And I know I am very much so.

On second thought, I believe you and the folks who wrote that to you go to the church I serve!!

If you change it go over the top further!

Terry

bj woodworth said...

the people have spoken the name stays the same.

Anonymous said...

Grow up , there are real issues in the world, this is not one of them.

Anonymous said...

This is a real issue and I am glad you addressed it. ;) I really like the title and never thought that it was sick or inappropriate. Rachel