Hook, Line and Pat Condell

Here's a lovely new item from Pat Condell entitled "Hook, Line and Rapture":

My favorite bit involves Pat talking to God in a dream about a bible: "I said 'What bible? That's just a blank sheet of paper.' and he said 'Yeah, this is the non-fiction version'".


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That was very nice. Too many good parts to quote all the ones I liked. Here's a random one: "truth in the biblical sense...it is fantastically improbable and impossible to verify"