Bender Bending Rodriguez
I'll be the first to call this a Poe.
11/1/2008 6:05:21 PM
The agent just says that to avoid thinking about all the payouts...or is there a "rapture clause"?
11/1/2008 7:43:44 PM
Most nurses are well acquainted with 'end time' events, like inserting suppositories, removing bedpans, etc.
11/3/2008 3:25:56 PM
a mind far far away
So after the rapture, are houses going to be easier and cheaper to buy? We're renting now, but we've been looking into buying. I need to know if I should go ahead and look, or wait until the fundies have drank the Kool-Aid?
11/3/2008 3:46:26 PM
Redneck Bimbo Governor
"The most common question over the past few weeks has been : how quickly can my family collect insurance money after the rapture?"
Where do you live, Fundietown USA? Lying for Jesus is still lying.
11/3/2008 3:53:16 PM
2/6/2009 8:46:11 PM
Christian love! Where's the cash!
You do know until a bodies found their only missing? And insurance companies can hold off for seven years or indefinately in such a case? Is this a Poe?
2/7/2009 12:46:42 AM
Hey, that's actually not a bad idea, I should start a rapture insurance company!
8/30/2009 9:56:47 AM
Already on it. For payments, send the money to email@example.com via paypal.
8/30/2009 10:53:16 AM
Allegory for Jesus
"This morning she came in and told me that a friend of hers is a insurance agent"
Truly a sign of the end times!
Oh, wait, what was the sign of the end times in your post? This is from Rapture Ready, has to be somewhere...
7/28/2010 5:51:44 PM
Isn't the "Act of God" clause usually a way for insurance companies to avoid paying out?
8/19/2010 3:19:46 PM
Imagine they are right and then everybody goes except for all of them, that would be a laugh
My nurse and I discuss endtime events on a daily basis.
MMM not many patients then, most of your patients are probably home dying with the word god on their lips because hospitals are the homes of science and Satan
8/19/2010 3:37:00 PM