Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Would You Like a PeaceBang Consultation?

Darling ones,

"Nightline" would like to do a little story on Yours Truly, and I have agreed to let them film me on Monday, my day off. I will be doing normal pastoral things and then we'd LOVE to get some footage of me consulting with YOU about your image, persona, and clothing.

If you'd be willing to drive down to Norwell and endure the glaring lights of brief prime time fame, please let me know.

The segment would air as part of the "Sign of the Times" segment, and we all know that "Nightline" does good work. I promise you that it will be lovely, fun, and dignified.

Kiss of peace,



Blogger Rev. Gidget said...

Wow, PB - you are a star! How are they gonna keep you down on the farm, after you've seen Paree?

7:22 PM  
Blogger ms. kitty said...

PeaceBang, I wish I could take advantage of your hour of fame and get a consult, but it did spur an idea in me---have you thought about doing a fashion show at GA this summer? not for the sake of the clothes, but for the sake of the wearer, to demonstrate what works.

7:24 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

And so it begins....

Next, you'll be hanging with the Fug Girls at Fashion Week, I can just see it.

Or, the guest judge on Project Runway, where the challenge will be to design fashionable, flattering vestments that don't belong in a 16th century nunnery!

Too fun.

7:43 PM  
Blogger ProverbialMike said...


I am a friend of your pal Rachel Bundang. I would be happy to be a subject...although I am male and a lay minister in the Catholic Church--perhaps I would not be the best subject. Are they taping you in New York? That's where I am.

8:11 PM  
Anonymous Z said...

Well, how cool is that? Congrats and enjoy.



8:22 PM  
Anonymous the Eclectic Cleric said...

I was going to ask you to do this for me anyway, but I'm not sure I want you to rip up my clothes on national TV (like you did with my "holy" Big Dog golf shirt the last time I let you near my closet). Anyway, if you don't get a better offer, I guess I could always volunteer. BTW, the reason male clergy like facial hair is so we don't have to worry about when we last shaved when we're called out to the hospital in the middle of the night. Plus, we think it makes us look older and wiser than we really are. Plus (unlike much of corporate America) we can....

8:37 PM  
Blogger A. Lin said...

OH MY GOODNESS!!! I cannot believe that you are such a star. This is truly amazing.

9:58 PM  
Blogger Ms. Theologian said...

How exciting! I'm sure you will have many takers. :) And the GA idea seems like a very good one. And I might send my mother to visit you. It would be worth the price of the ticket to see the goddess-wear go away.

12:33 AM  
Blogger fausto said...

You're a genuine celebrity now! If you don't make it from there to Keith Olbermann, we'll all be wondering why not. I mean, NBC can't let ABC keep a scoop like you to itself!

7:08 AM  
Blogger Kristen said...

Nightline that is awesome.... Wish I lived closer to you i would totally be in!

9:16 AM  
Blogger Quotidian Grace said...

I will SO be watching. Be sure to tell us when it will air.

9:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PB: I don't know of many folks who'd be willing to go on TV, but perhaps you could do a stint with some of the seniors at Harvard or Andover?

3:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GA! a workshop during Ministry Days and/or General Assembly! What a great suggestion. Will you? Please do!

Globe, Nightline,and much more to come, I am certain.

Smooch and Thanks!

A Woman of the Cloth

3:49 PM  
Blogger UUEnforcer said...

I'll appear at your door as Rev. Jethro Bodeen!

4:04 PM  
Anonymous jinnis said...

Oh. My. G*d! Wow! I wish I was anywhere near the Northeast. I have intentions of keeping a low key blog profile, but I would be there if I could.

Jess and I have the same idea - I thought clergy designing would be a great Project Runway challenge. Somebody call Heidi and Tim!

Do you have a sense of when the story will air?

4:43 PM  

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