Johnson chose to reveal his identity as the author of BarelyAdventist at an emotional Oakwood University-based event. As he accepted a trophy recognizing a gift of $550,000 to the Oakwood University and church, Johnson said he was not only happy to make the gift, but also had enjoyed putting his writing skills to use as a secret blogger.
Raised by a Seventh-day Adventist mother and a Baptist father, Johnson said that he had often mulled how best to celebrate his Adventist heritage. “In addition to this gift to Oakwood I considered starting basketball scholarships at Adventist colleges, but none of them are any good at it,” said Johnson. “So I thought anonymously cracking Adventist in-jokes was the next best thing.”
Johnson said after running the site for a little more than two years, he was relieved to see that at least a handful of Adventists do have a funny bone. “If your faith can’t take a few jokes then it probably isn’t ‘Hebrews Hall of Fame’ material.”
Where single Adventists meet. Free 2-year membership. Divorced, widowed and never married welcome. Helping Adventists to marry Adventists.
Magic who? Isn’t magic Lucifers realm? I have thought for a long time this site was devilish. Now I know why. Mother was Adventist, ya right!
He pronounces it: Mageek.
P.S. Who really care about Magic Johnson anyway?
“I used to be a point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers…. I was happy, but I wasn’t fulfilled. So now I am the point guard for the Lord,” said Johnson. Cool!
Everybody knows the real author is Elvis. He writes this blog from a secret UFO where he works with Doug Batchelor.
Yeah, right. Tell me another one. Even Richard Mills knows better than that.
This “news story” is fake. People are so tired of these fake reports, that nobody even reads this site any more. And all the people who write comments here are a big bunch of losers. We actually know the identity of the blogger behind BarelyAdventist: he is Ryan Bell, former pastor of the Hollywood SDA Church. We’ve known that for a couple of years. We also hired a private eye who detected that the author is Wang Xiu Ying of Chengdu, Yī Jí Xíngzhèngqū Province, China. (The author has a split personality, part American and part Chinese.) So, nice try, “sevvy.” You’ve blown your cover. Now, why not use your writing skills for something worthwhile, like creating lyrics for raunchy rap songs or writing commercials for Hellary Clinton — or talking points for Ben Carsinogen?
Ha, ha! This site was actually started as a marketing forum in March of 2014 to sell Big Franks, VejaLinks, and Fri-Chik as Amazon affiliates. The author is Danish and his wife is from Guam. I know their names, but I ain’t telling anybody. See http://SpectrumMagazine.org/article/humor/2014/07/31/interview-barelyadventist
He’s actually Swedish, and he recently had a baby.
Yeah and the baby is Mexican, born in Huevo Laredo to a Polish mom from Africa.
His wife is actually Filipina and she recently won the lottery.
Since when is Ted Wilson from Sweden? Have you ever seen “sevvy” and Ted Wilson in the same room? Of course not. Because they’re the same person. I once saw him writing one of the blogs. He started moonlighting as the B.A. writer as a way of relaxing, after giving up golf.
Ted Wilson is indeed from Sweden. He changed is citizenship to coincide with his newest wife’s country.
The joke is on you, Sevvy. You know, and I know, that the blogger is Donald Tramp. It’s no secret that he has “a Twitter problem” (as Ben Carson said), so Dr. Carson prescribed this blog as punishment. Dr. Ben makes poor Donald slave away in the wee hours of the morning dredging up ideas for new Adventist satire stories, while he dreams up new insults to hurl at Hellary Clinton. The good news is, Dr. Carson said The Donald is off the ho0k after the Presidential Inauguration. After all, who can tell the President what to do? Not ever Ben Carson can do that. LOL!
For all that don’t already know, this blog is headed up by an anonymous guy who calls himself “sevvy.” That screen-name is a play on words, based on the word “seventh” in the Church’s name (Seventh-day Adventist). Now the rest of the story: “sevvy” is not one person, it’s a team/group of volunteer humorists. According to Wikipedia, this “sevvy” team is composed of two men, three women, a child, a very clever dog, and a gifted parakeet. The blog is composed of parody and satire, and the comment section features a lot of satire-upon-satire or parody-of-parody. Here’s an interesting fact: several of the commenters are actually “sevvy” impersonating a reader, much like Donald Trump impersonated “publicist” John Miller to toot his own horn. Some of the frequent commenters who are actually sevvy himself (itself) are: Richard Mills, Stu Redman, and Fido Castro. In case you might run into Sevvy unawares, he has red hair, green eyes, and a crew cut. He is 5′ 8″ and weighs 375 pounds. He has a deep scar on his left cheek, and some weird tattoos on his back, and he wears shades indoors. He is scared of spiders but has no fear of snakes. When he is not busy writing this blog, he doubles as a snake charmer for a fundamentalist church. I could tell more, but I’ve already said too much.
I previously posted the names of the authors on this site, and each time I posted they deleted it — which proves that I was right. And it proves that they engage in censorship.
Youse guys is all wrong! The real culprit in BA is Little Richard, formerly of Oakwood. Way to go, bro. You be my hero. Good Golly, Miss Molly/ What goin’ on. The dudes in the hood say “wassup”! Woe iz me!
It ain’t no Little Richard, it be Little Richard Mills. We got yo numba, sevvy. You can’t hide no mo.
So wrong, dude. It’s Elvis. The King. of Rock. and Roll.