New Perma!

Following his recent quintet of excellent guest posts, we are pleased to announce that Aaron R. (aka Rico) has agreed to join the Good Ship BCC as our newest permablogger.

Aaron R. brings many benefits to BCC, not the least of which is an end to Ronan’s tyrannical monopoly on sexy British accents in the bloggernacle. Therefore, please join us in welcoming Aaron R., and feel free to offer him the last chocolate in your box!

All Hail Aaron R.!


  1. Welcome, Aaron! This is a great addition.

    (We also decided last Friday to kick Brad off the blog, effective tomorrow at noon.)

  2. Ahoy!

  3. Steve Evans says:

    Best. Perma. Ever.

  4. Aaron Brown says:

    Lucky for Aaron his last name starts with “R”, cause there’s no way in heck I’m getting bumped from the #1 slot on the Authors sidebar.

  5. Nice. The Power Machine of BCC keeps getting stronger.

  6. Curses. Foiled again.

  7. John, we appreciate you training Aaron and raising him right.

  8. I liked the Rico moniker. Aaron’s are a dime a dozen and you have to think to sort them out. Maybe if he’d just type in that British accent it wouldn’t be so bad.

  9. Kevin Barney says:

    Welcome Aaron! Dark chocolate for you…

  10. Good choice. Congrats, Aaron – and everyone who gets to read more of your musings.

  11. Welcome!

  12. Aaron R. says:

    Thanks for the welcome. Its good to be here but thanks also to John Dehlin for allowing me to spend some time at MM.

  13. Aaron,

    You deserve it. BCC is top notch.

    Damn it.


  14. jeff Spector says:

    The pay must be better!

  15. aaronreeves says:


  16. Don’t been over the top intellectual or too boring.

  17. Correction:
    Don’t be

  18. Aaron R. says:
  19. Welcome to BCC! I don’t think we have any other former Irish missionaries around here.

  20. Former Irish, or former missionary?

    Aaron, cheers!

  21. Congratulations Rico,

    My life of E – Stalking you has just become that bit more difficult, However it is very rewarding, BCC is a great site

    Good Luck

  22. Former missionary to Ireland!

  23. Too bad! I was looking forward to hearing all about the transition from Irish to post-Irish. What were the causes for the cultural break? How do you officially resign your Irishness? Do you send an exit letter? If so, to whom? Which support groups best help you deal with the pain of having been Irish?

  24. JNS, it is done with a condemnation of corned beef and leprachauns.

  25. JNS,
    Or it can be done by transferring your publishing company to the Netherlands.

  26. Sam, I love that Ireland has a tax exemption for artists.

  27. Steve Evans says:

    Not much of an exemption, is it? How much is the Republic of Ireland giving up in lost tax revenue from those drunken buskers and shoddy celtic cross manufacturers?

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