Ryan Patterson

A trail to A Cruel Memory - kenipads - H2OVanoss - Fandom [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 17/17
Fandom: H2OVanoss - Fandom, Minicat - Fandom
Rating: Mature
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Evan Fong/Jonathan | H2ODelirious, Bryce McQuaid/Ryan | Ohmwrecker, Craig Thompson/Tyler | I AM WILDCAT
Characters: Jonathan | H2ODelirious, evan fong|vanossgaming, Brock | Moo Snuckel, Lui Calibre, Daithi De Nogla, Brian | The Gaming Terroriser, luke patterson|cartoonz, Ryan | Ohmwrecker, Bryce McQuaid, Tyler | I AM WILDCAT, craig thompson|miniladd
Additional Tags: YouTube, Alternate Universe - Werewolf, Mpreg, ManxMan, Cruelty, Rejection, Implied/Referenced Rape/Non-con

A story about a cruel mate rejection that drove our protagonist,Jonathan to a nervous breakdown. With the help of his best friend,he would get better and get his life back.He would follow a sad trail to get his memories back.In which,he would encounter many unexpected surprises.

sorkpoda  asked:

Please tell me. As a part of the Whose Line audience, were you commanded to laugh, via a sign or did they tell you before the show to laugh a lot? What kind of things do they expect from the audience? I'm dying to know. Thanks a lot

Haha well here’s how a typical taping goes. Once everyone is seated at the studio, the stage manager, Marc Baker 😊, gives a few safety rules and then introduces Dan Patterson. Dan’s spiel is about the games and how he wants us to have fun and just warms us up a bit. No applause sign, but Dan usually wants a shot of the audience laughing at the end, and that’s the only time where it’s sort of fake, unless one of the cast makes a joke.

Dan then introduces the cast. After they go straight into it. Aisha does an intro and they play games for a good 2 hours. Then there’s a tape change break, where Linda & Laura play music while the cast and crew rests and the audience gets to stretch. Then about another hour or so left of games.

Dan Patterson comes back out and all the credits are taped in a row followed by additional introduction shots. Finally the night ends with pick ups. This is where they re-do shots like going into and out of games, so it flows best on camera. The audience has to do a lot of clapping. I hate/love it because we have to up and lively and clap nonstop, but this is where the cast gets real and make jokes about each other. They do keep us entertained throughout the night, which can last 4-6 hours.

For me, the best part about the taping (other than being there and seeing it live in person 😁) is really all the banter that they don’t show on camera. I just want all that footage. It’s just the cast being themselves for the most part and having fun with the audience.

One memorable moment was at Greg Proops’ taping back from season 2/10. They were doing pick ups for Irish Drinking Song and they had to change tape. So Ryan thought it would be fun to sing the raunchiest IDS ever. And man, it was really out there and then Wayne did a line about his kid or something and Ryan just had to stop, even though it was his idea. Not sure if that makes sense, but it’s one of those times where I sort of cherish, in a corny fangirl way.


Rory Patterson  🔥🤘🌈 Trait: Self Assured

Ryan Patterson  😃🏀🏈 Trait: Active

*just so you know I’ll do this every time i introduce a new main character and every time a main character ages up so these aren’t just random edits if they have the “roselegacy” tag. Also, I couldn’t find a good song for Ryan. Sorry Ryan! You’re still one of my sim babies don’t worry! <3

Catholicism is not Christianity

“Catholicism believes in the traditions they hold being as sacred as the Bible they read.“In the supremely wise arrangement of God, Sacred Tradition, Sacred Scripture and the magisterium of the Church are so connected and associated that one of them cannot stand without the others.”(Vatican Council II) Jesus plainly says in the Bible that there are people whose hearts are far from Him even though these people claim to worship Him. He says that these people follow the traditions of men instead of their own Lord. (Mark 7.6-9) So from this, one can see a denial of a decree from Jesus Himself that traditions will take away from the word of God. Catholicism is based on a few things though: The Bible, Tradition, and the works that Catholicism has added. These traditions that Catholicism follows range from how they proceed with their church service to the kissing of the pope’s hand to catechism. With tradition defying God in Mark, we can also see it in Matthew: “Thus you nullify the word of God for the sake of your tradition.” (Matthew 15.6b). Catholicism not only adds tradition to the Bible, but it also adds works.

In Catholicism, you are to work toward salvation, forgiveness for sins is through another sinner (called priest), and that the pope is the representative for God on earth. This is where Catholicism is denying sound Biblical doctrine again and the Gospel itself. The Bible clearly says how it is that a Christian is saved and from this salvation, reborn through Christ Jesus: “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God—not by works, so that no one can boast.” (Ephesians 2.8–9), but from Catholicism we can clearly see a denial of THE GOSPEL. “The Sacrament of Baptism…Holy Baptism is the basis of the whole Christian life…through Baptism we are freed from sin and reborn [born again] as sons of God…” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, Sec. 1213, p.342). Catholicism has added the Baptism as a requirement for, and the basis for, salvation when clearly Holy Scripture tells us that it is our Lord and Savior’s Grace alone by our faith alone that caused salvation. This isn’t the only work that the Catholic church has added to the Bible.

According to Catholicism you need to be constantly doing good works in your life to be saved but, from previous scripture, one can see this is Doctrinally wrong. To be forgiven of one’s sins, one has to talk to a priest and he can forgive them.“The forgiveness of God can be obtained only through the supplication of priests.” (Pope St. Leo the Great) A great question arises here as a Christian and it was asked in the Bible. “Who can forgive sins but God alone?” (Mark 2.7b) This is a great rhetorical question which also leads one to question priesthood as well, but the Bible has a distinct answer in just who priests are.“You are a chosen people, a royal priesthood… a people belonging to God…”(1 Peter 2.9, a referring to the Christians). The pope claims to be THE representative for God on earth, “The entire body of society is sick; all it’s most noble parts are infected; the very sources of life have been tainted. The one refuge, the one remedy, is the Pope.”(Pope St. Pius X), but according to sound Biblical Doctrine, one can learn something quite different. “he that hath seen me has seen the Father.” (John 14.9) Here, Jesus says that he is the form of God walking the earth. That if you have seen God, you have seen Jesus, and that if you have seen Jesus, then you have seen God. This would make him the representative of God, and God, on earth whom the pope claimed to be. Claiming to be the representative of God sounds mildly all right until you realize that it means you are claiming to be God.

When looking at the beliefs of Christianity compared to Catholicism, one can see the difference in the two. Denial of the Gospel should have been a key sign. Claiming to be the representative of God, a role placed only for Christ Jesus, should have been another sign. Traditions taking away from the word of God can be seen as yet another indicator. With these reasons out in plain sight with sound Biblical Doctrine to earnestly contend for the faith of Christianity, one can see why Catholicism isn’t Christianity.”

-Ryan Patterson


Yesterday was a busy day for me. My band Black God shot our first music video, I was a part of the new vend a pin artist series release party, and then Black God played our record release show later that night. It was nice to see the culmination of a lot of hard work all in one day.

Here are a couple snapshots I got with my phone.