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A Holly Jolly Tale Of Satanic Madness!

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  • Casey Brazeal (North and Clark) September 25, 2009, 7:21 am

    I have heard you talk about being tested before. Do you think that we have to test are convictions in order to be fulfilled? Do you think its possible to be coddled into not knowing what you believe?

    I’d be interested to see you write more about that.

    • Josh Hanagarne September 25, 2009, 8:41 am

      Casey B, good suggestion. I’ll give it a think.

  • Jessica Marie September 25, 2009, 10:28 am

    I believe the last question should be answered: what is Josh Hanagarne doing reading the Satanic Bible?
    On the other questions, I believe that you never really know how strongly you believe in something until you are tested. This test can come in the form of questioning from another, a physical test, or an emotional test.

    • Josh Hanagarne September 25, 2009, 10:49 am

      Jessica, as someone who reads a lot, you probably know the desperate feeling of needing something to read but not having anything handy. In those circumstances, you’ll read anything. I was at a friend’s house for the weekend and it was literally the only book in the house. In my defense, this is also how I wound up reading the entire Sweet Valley High and Babysitter’s Club series–oh crap, that’s not much of a defense, is it?

      Like I said, it was nothing special. If my friend had had a phone book handy, I would have read it instead.

  • Casey Campbell September 25, 2009, 11:56 am

    That gave me a good chuckle, and you hit on some excellent points Josh. I believe the best way to determine the depth of your convictions is indeed to test them. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a physical test, since many of our convictions are not even quantifiable. But, testing them through internal focusing, evaluating and questioning might be the key.

    Even then, life has a funny way of revealing the answers to you through experience which unfortunately is something that you cannot make happen, you have to let it come naturally.

    • Josh Hanagarne September 25, 2009, 1:03 pm

      Casey, thanks. You make some great points. I swung by your blog yesterday and saw that you’ve got KJ coming out. That’s fantastic.

  • Johan Mares September 25, 2009, 1:35 pm

    Quote: “I was at a friend’s house for the weekend and it was literally the only book in the house.” by Josh Hanagarne.

    I think I know what you mean, being in a strange house and dying for something to read. When I was house sitting on my brother’s house, I discovered that my sis-in-law is a fan, a big fan, of Patricia Cornwell. During those 8 days I read six books of her and overdosed on the main character Kay Scarpetta. Nowadays whenever I come near a book of her I start feeling nauseous.

    • Josh Hanagarne September 25, 2009, 1:46 pm

      @Johan. Ha! She needs that quote on one of her books: “whenever I come near a book of Cornwell’s, I start feeling nauseous.” That’s the greatest thing I’ve heard today.

  • Casey Campbell September 25, 2009, 3:18 pm


    I traveled up to Seattle two weeks ago to work with the Dane on Viking Warrior Conditioning, and it really was fantastic. Learned even more about the protocols, as well as dialed in the snatch technique even further.

    Also your post on training with Adam Glass inspired me to do the same. I’ll be working with him online if all goes as planned, and it’ll be three months of soul crushing armor building. Like I need to tell you that, you got it first hand!

    • Josh Hanagarne September 25, 2009, 3:50 pm

      Casey, lots of people say things change their lives and then they never change. Training with Adam certainly is going to change the life of my training. You will never be the same again, and you’ll never want to be.

      I’m doing RTK right now, about 5 weeks in, and I have to say I love it more than anything Pavel has put out yet. I was a PTTP freak for a while, but I don’t know if i’ll ever want to do anything but RTK again.

  • Joey September 27, 2009, 8:32 am

    So, I’m a bad reader when it comes to other people’s blogs. I just got around to reading your second Problogger guest post which led me to your site and this amusing entry. I won’t say how I liked the entertaining way you presented your points – others have said it for me – however, I do enjoy the creative edge you have on your blog.

    I’ve read a couple of your other posts, and I will be back. I’m half tempted to submit a guest post idea for you. I don’t have a rollicking blog yet; we’re still in the beginning stages. Maybe I will send you that idea I’ve got. I can’t wait to see/hear what comes next!

  • George Angus September 27, 2009, 3:00 pm


    My parole office has a list of my convictions – I’ll get it to ya. Warning: it’s a huge file. 😉

    I am comfortable with my convictions. They are a subtle undercurrent in everything I do. I don’t wave them as banners for all of the world to see. I instead use them as a boringly stable and reliable foundation for all that I do.


  • Heather September 27, 2009, 3:17 pm

    I know what Josh was doing reading The Satanic Bible—the same thing I was doing. . . . .ROFLMAO. Satanists are amusing. They’re even funnier if they’re illiterate, like the ones at my high school—lots of worship of some guy named Stan and references to hailing Satin. I think the satin-hailing was a bigger deal around prom than Homecoming, though—lighter-weight, shiny fabrics really are more appropriate for a late spring evening event. Satanists also can’t take full-on punches to the face, and they cry if you bump them into lockers. . . . I’m just sayin’. . . . .