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    Jesus warned about wolves in sheep's clothing. Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5 stringer View Post
    Jesus warned about wolves in sheep's clothing. Sad.
    I'd like to refer to his most famous quote: "Don't believe everything you read and if you are hungry and see a KFC, just keep driving." - Jesus Christ
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    How stupid is it ? Catholisim accepted tribute to shorten one stay in purgatory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    so selling prayer cloths or river of Jordan water or rock of wailing wall are legal because?

    Caveat emptor.

    But seriously, selling that stuff that you mentioned isn't illegal because you can't get a buzz from any of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Hate to piss in the punch bowl, but...

    Was a Couple Arrested for Selling Golden Tickets to Heaven?

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    Two people in Florida were arrested for selling golden tickets to heaven.

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    On 31 March 2015, the web site Stuppid published an article reporting that two people were arrested in Jacksonville, Florida, for selling golden tickets that guaranteed the holders entrance to heaven upon their demise:

    Many readers shared the above-referenced story via social media, apparently believing that two people named Tito and Amanda Watts were actually arrested for perpetrating this form of scam. The report, however, was just another fabricated clickbait tale from a fake news site.

    Stuppid.com‘s disclaimer advises readers that the site publishes the “stupidest, craziest stuff we can find,” and the stuff they “find” is typically made up by them. Popular past hoaxes from Stuppid include reports of a Nazi couple accidentally receiving sperm from a black donor, a 14-year-old girl’s giving birth to Jesus, and a toddler’s being thrown from a roller coaster.

    The photograph of “Tito Watts” that accompanied the original article was an unrelated 2011 image taken from a collection of bizarre police mugshots

    Later versions of this hoax changed the protagonists from a Florida couple to a “Zimbabwe pastor.”
    A lot of these FAKE STORIES seem to come out of Florida. I fell for one a few years ago about some folks down in Florida who were supposedly SHOOTING at Hurricane Irma, to try to get it to change direction.

    It did sound to me like something very stupid Americans just might do, but I guess it WAS a made-up story.

    Still, I am betting that there ARE some Americans stupid enough to believe that they might be able to change the direction of a hurricane by shooting at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnflesh View Post
    Alright. This thread took the usual left turn.
    The Trump University and Trump Casino Trump?

    What left turn? You really hate the truth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StanStill View Post
    Hate to piss in the punch bowl, but...

    Was a Couple Arrested for Selling Golden Tickets to Heaven?

    CLAIM
    Two people in Florida were arrested for selling golden tickets to heaven.

    RATING

    FALSE

    ORIGIN
    On 31 March 2015, the web site Stuppid published an article reporting that two people were arrested in Jacksonville, Florida, for selling golden tickets that guaranteed the holders entrance to heaven upon their demise:

    Many readers shared the above-referenced story via social media, apparently believing that two people named Tito and Amanda Watts were actually arrested for perpetrating this form of scam. The report, however, was just another fabricated clickbait tale from a fake news site.

    Stuppid.com‘s disclaimer advises readers that the site publishes the “stupidest, craziest stuff we can find,” and the stuff they “find” is typically made up by them. Popular past hoaxes from Stuppid include reports of a Nazi couple accidentally receiving sperm from a black donor, a 14-year-old girl’s giving birth to Jesus, and a toddler’s being thrown from a roller coaster.

    The photograph of “Tito Watts” that accompanied the original article was an unrelated 2011 image taken from a collection of bizarre police mugshots

    Later versions of this hoax changed the protagonists from a Florida couple to a “Zimbabwe pastor.”
    So can you explain what criteria you use to decide when Snopes is just AOK and when it is a leftist propaganda machine?

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    "Police said they confiscated over $10,000 in cash, five crack pipes and a baby alligator."
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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    So can you explain what criteria you use to decide when Snopes is just AOK and when it is a leftist propaganda machine?
    Can you explain what criteria you use to determine that Snopes is a leftist propaganda machine? Ive never called it that, but Id love to see explain it.

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