Ryan Fisher wants to expand his business. Ryan Fisher understands American folk-Christian culture, or at least has a decent vantage point of it from the outside. It is this drive for success and misplaced marketing that leads Ryan through a journey into religiosity, on a road paved with satire that lacks a charismatic style. The Almost True Story of Ryan Fisher is a great concept. To some degree, it is a great read. The cynical parts of me (the "Russia" … more
Ryan Fisher is looking to get a leg up in the real estate market. After an epiphany of sorts he decides the best move is to advertise his services in a Christian business directory. It doesn't matter that he's not a Christian and has no interest in becoming one. In his mind, that's where the money is. As Ryan takes on more and more Christian clients he soon becomes enamored with the Christian culture at large. Soon a successful real estate business is no longer enough to … more
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