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Blimey Cow is an internet comedy channel based in Nashville, Tennessee, created in 2005 by brothers Josh and Jordan Taylor. Produced by and starring the Taylor brothers and Josh's wife Kelli, the channel usually targets the idiosyncrasies of conservative Christianity, church, family, and romantic relationships. Originally Josh and Jordan created videos in a mockumentary format, featuring skits and other exploits by the brothers and their friends and family. In 2011 the channel re-launched under a more structured form, debuting the series Messy Mondays, which features short sketches based on the satirical musings of Jordan Taylor on a variety of topics. Jordan's critiques include subjects such as homeschooling, romantic relationships, music, and social networking. With this new format, Blimey Cow started attracting more viewers, and experienced a major surge in popularity after the video "Seven Lies About Homeschoolers" went viral. Musician Derek Webb, Colin Kimble of As Cities Burn, and the band Pompton Lakes have all made appearances on Blimey Cow after discovering the channel. In addition to these appearances, the channel has received attention from musician Michael Gungor, authors Lew Rockwell and Thomas Woods, and various media outlets and programs such as The 700 Club, The Christian Post, The Huffington Post, Metro, Today, and WKRN-TV.
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