Pharyngula

You know, when a conservative Christian minister, graduate of Liberty University, and friend of Jerry Falwell is found dead under these circumstances

Clothing: The decedent was received wearing two (2) wet suits, one scuba diving mask, one pair of diving gloves, one pair of slippers, one pair of rubber underwear, two (2) ties, five (5) belts, eleven (11) straps.

Personal Effects: One yellow metal ring intact on left ring finger, one dildo.

…you know that somehow, somewhere, someone is going to blame the liberals.

Although I think Mrs Tilton has the right response — it’s a shame and a waste that someone spent a life sanctimoniously denouncing people just like him. If he’d been a godless liberal, maybe he would have joined a club, been a little happier, had a lot less self-loathing, and still be alive today.

But man, two wetsuits? A little moderation in all things is a wise dictum.

Comments

  1. #1 David Marjanovi?, OM
    October 11, 2007

    He was actually found wearing a “Vote GW Bush 2004″ T-shirt.
    The police just dressed him in that other stuff to lower the embarrassment factor for the family.

    ROTFL!!! :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

  2. #2 DingoDave
    December 1, 2008

    Calladus wrote @ #103:
    “I’ve been browsing around the ‘net to see how his flock are dealing with things. A self-identified fundamentalist forum started out with shock at the pastor’s apparent “murder”, but the shock only deepens as they find out the truth and start calling each other names.”

    Guess what is right at the top of their web page?
    Believe it or not, a link to an advertisment for “Christian Clothing and Christian apparel”.

    Oh, the irony!

  3. #3 RickrOll
    December 2, 2008

    Azkyroth: “Bloody hell, are there any prominent (homo/sexo)phobes who AREN’T just building a machinegun nest in the back of the closet?”- i was slapping myself reading this one. Seriously funny, to bad it only applies to Red gay guys.

  4. #4 Anonymous
    April 26, 2009

    dr patricia farrell palos heights