3.9.09

This has to be a joke...

Apparently, Christians aren't the only ones looking to profit off the apocalypse.

I'm not sure it's real. (The FAQs say it is!) If it is, though...oh, mama. What a wonderful scheme.

(Thanks to reader James for the tip. This blog would be a sad, liberal-infested place without him, and we love him for that.)

9 comments:

  1. Nope, not a joke at all. In fact, Jason Boyett has a pretty fascinating interview with the founder on his blog. It's in 2 parts. The first part is here (http://blog.jasonboyett.com/2009/08/interview-with-real-live-atheist-part-1.html) and the 2nd part here (http://blog.jasonboyett.com/2009/08/interview-with-real-live-atheist-part-2.html).

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  2. The best discovery in all this was www.fakebandshirts.com (from Jason Boyett's website). Brilliant.

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  3. I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

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  4. the prices are reasonable, but can you really trust an athiest?

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  5. I'd be worried that our dogs would get the Number of the Beast on their paw or forehead.

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  6. I was relieved to find that any family member who happens to be left behind will have the option of keeping the pet for comfort's sake, given, as they say, the trauma of what has just occurred.

    I haven't laughed this hard in a while.

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  7. absolutely brilliant!!! if that isn't going after a niche market i don't know what is. I just wanna know how many people have actually signed up for this service

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  8. ha ha ha - and the ad for The Atheist Camel Chronicles??

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