About me…

Ok, I can’t imagine anyone being bored enough to read a page about me, but just in case…

I’m in my 40’s and a Christian (Seventh Day Adventist specifically). I work for a non-profit ministry. I’ve been married for more than 15 years to most wonderful woman and have two great kids. We are where I imagine most middle class families are. We deal with school, work, bills, church, friends and family. I don’t like the government thinking it can tell me how I’m supposed to live my life (what my MPG should be in my car, what I should eat, how much I should exercise, what type of health insurance I should have etc.).

I’ll be posting about life, God, politics, culture, books I’m reading and any other random thought that pops into my head.



5 thoughts on “About

  1. I see you reviewed (a while ago) the book, The American Patriot’s Almanac. I’m writing to ask if you’re interested in reviewing on your blog and on Amazon the just-released book, The Mormonizing of America: How the Mormon Religion Became a Dominant Force in Politics, Entertainment, and Pop Culture by New York Times bestselling author Stephen Mansfield (Worthy Publishing, 2012. If so, please contact me: jpetersen AT somersaultgroup DOT com. Thanks! Jonathan Petersen

    Posted by Jonathan Petersen | July 31, 2012, 6:05 am
  2. Hello Mr Coleman,

    I have a few issues I would like to discuss with you regarding some things that you said to me a long time ago. You may remember as the guy who said on Twitter that burning the flag was against the law. I look forward to hearing your response on whether you will accept my request.

    Posted by farfignugen1 | January 7, 2018, 4:29 pm
    • Hello,

      I have a few vague recollections about conversations I had (several actually) about that topic.

      What’s on your mind?


      PS sorry for the late response. I haven’t been paying as much attention to this blog as I should. A problem I plan on rectifying.

      Posted by Far Out Madman | January 16, 2018, 4:02 pm
      • Well, I have a problem in the manner with which you addressed me in our conversation. I don’t appreciate you getting personal with me, especially about my music playing, saying it’s “technically not a freedom of expression.” There was no reason for you to bring that into the discussion. I didn’t come after you with anything that you do, like your blog or Twitter or whatever, so why would you do it to me?

        It doesn’t matter that flag burning is legal at this point, it’s simply etiquette.

        You don’t know me, even though we share similar views on subjects, the two of us living in the least free states in the country, you California and me New York, our dislike for the government telling us what to do, you’re a Seventh Day Adventist and me a Born Again Christian, etc. Heck, we could even be friends I think. But before you come after somebody involving something they’re passionate about, try to understand why they feel so strongly about the things they do.

        Because I had some time to think about the response that I would give you, and let me tell you sir, I think the way you addressed me was downright wrong. I’m not your enemy, and I’m not the person that you should be arguing with. The far left is the issue, not someone in their early 20’s who hates the way the world is going and has been denied multiple times his own freedom of speech because of the left.

        That’s all I have to really say at the moment.



        PS Sorry for my late response as well. As I said, I needed time to accurately tell you how I felt.

        Posted by Farfignugen1 | February 10, 2018, 9:36 am
      • Nick

        I want to revisit the interaction we had to see how I addressed you. Can you link me to the thread or give me your twitter handle?

        Posted by Far Out Madman | February 11, 2018, 6:49 pm

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