Not only are Xtians suffering from delusions of future grandeur but they have to be one of the most gullible groups out there. Slick televangelists and marketing gimmicks like this one expose some unsavory truths about the Bible thumpers. A fool and his money soon goes their seperate ways.
It's the Xtian elderly that are particularly vulnerable to these scams.
This is Peter Poppoff, the same guy that was debunked by The Amazing (James) Randi decades ago and the inspirtaion for Leap of Faith starring Steve Martin
I sense a disturbance in the force... God wants to give you these nice things, but Heysoose asks that you sell all of your possessions. You would think that they would get their act together, being the same person and all.
'Miracle Soap' will was away your sins!
wwwwahhhhhattttttttt the duck...
that's all I am going to say about this.
everytime I think of televangelists, this guy comes to mind...
oh, and mr. show http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI2AS8MiCJk&feature=related
Okay, the "Miracle Water" is "free"...so how much you wanna bet that when you call they want you to "donate" some not-so-modest amount of money to their cause before sending it....anyone know their game?
Damn it! Someone has taken my idea of selling overpriced and ineffectual products to idiots, and this time it wasn't Steve Jobs! ;)
There's good wisdom in the old adage of "A fool and his money shall soon depart."
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