A Different Kind of Thomas

Here is a part of me you may have never seen. I am a beatbox and this is my audition for McLane idol. I ended up winning a free dinner and a movie. If the embedded video doesn’t work try this link: http://youtube.com/watch?v=LtDocZQFUS4

And yes I had no hair at this time.

Thomas Umstattd Jr. is the author of Courtship in Crisis, the former head of PracticalCourtship.com, and co-founder of the Austin Rhetoric Club, a homeschool speech and debate club in Austin, Texas. He is a professional speaker and CEO of Author Media. He sits on the board of directors for several nonprofits, including the Texas Alliance for Life.

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    • Emotional bagagge Emotional bagagge is a clue that the individual isn’t mature enough to marry. You discussed before about putting up with the flaws of the other. But truly shouldn’t those flaws been dealt with God before entering the relationship? I find it fascinating that a single person has the abundant life that Jesus came to give and then he/she gets married and is miserable having to carry bagagge that he/she didn’t come in with. I don’t believe this is what God had in mind. 0Was this answer helpful?

  1. Yeah, the whole bald thing…is odd…. 🙂
    The rythm thing is very cool…and my brother thought he was good… 🙂

  2. I had no idea this was hiding behind that conservative front . . . 🙂

    Foster and Charis wanted to watch you again and again! lol Charis still isn’t sure that is really you.

  3. Wow the beatboxing is impressive! But this does not look like you! With the mirrored glasses, black turtleneck, and of course lack of hair… you look like some sci-fi character mixed with a coffee house poet. You are truly unique, Thomas! =)

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