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June 05, 2019


A wealthy televangelist explains his fleet of private jets: ‘It’s a biblical thing’

(Thanks to Allen at Division)


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I think the quote he is looking for is:

"It is easier for a Dope-Filled Demon to pass through the eye of a needle than for a greedy televangelist to get into Heaven."

Last year, this guy made all of his empire's employees sign an agreement that they wouldn't drink, smoke, swear, or consume pornography. They'd be fired if they didn't abide by the agreement, and would be fired if they refused to sign it. Quite a few people quit instead (I know one of his former IT guys, who brews his own beer, who quit rather than being fired if he was spotted in a restaurant drinking beer or wine).

Some days it's really difficult to have sympathy for the Devil.

IPO for Charlatan Air coming up soon.

I know some things were mistranslated, but I'm pretty sure this isn't anywhere in the Bible.

“If I flew commercial I’d have to stop 65% of what I’m doing.”

Sounds like a good start.

.. maybe it's in first ISIANMTU, chapter two

*snork* @MOTW

There's never a set of plagues around when you really need it.

Good one, MOTW.

More than ever, this needs to be required listening:

"Would Jesus Wear a Rolex," composed by Margaret Archer and Chet Atkins, and performed by Ray Stevens.

Unfortunately, too many people still will not get it.

This guy needs a jet to spread the word of Jesus?

The Bible says Jesus and his 12 disciples traveled all over the countryside "in one Accord".

Paul Rodriguez says this proves Jesus was Mexican....

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