|Merkwuerdigeliebe - 2008-08-13 |
"...The voices in his head told him to go public..." "...I am not mentally ill, I am not a false prophet, like those who seek to kill me say I am..."
|Timothy A. Bear - 2008-08-13 |
Local news in Vegas always leads with some sort of magic trick.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-08-13 |
Prophet Yahweh, you have stolen my heart.
|afp3683 - 2008-08-13 |
well, that is... something.
|KnowFuture - 2008-08-13 |
Only if semi has changed its meaning and now means totally and 100%.
|Dinky Patterson - 2008-08-14 |
This will help him get through many a lonely night.
|uekibachi - 2008-08-14 |
|fluffy - 2008-08-14 |
"Guess what, we called the air force base about something completely batshit insane, and they didn't return our call!! COVER UP!"!!"!!!"
|mon666ster - 2008-08-14 |
This is the closest I've seen a paranoid schizophrenic come to being proven right. 5 stars for that.
Of course, it would have also been 5 stars if they'd seen nothing and the lead story was just a local news team exploiting a paranoid schizophrenic for entertainment value. It's really a win-win situation.
|Stopheles - 2008-08-14 |
"Up next! I investigate the legitimacy of Wishing Well and Such!"
|NoCode - 2008-08-14 |
Oh, that was just Criss Angel fuckin' with him.
|foopants - 2008-08-14 |
Praise the Lord!
|Camonk - 2008-08-14 |
Later, we'll talk to a man who claims he's Napoleon, and ask him why he invaded Russia--c'mon, Napoleon, that was crazy!
|Xiphias - 2008-08-18 |
The reporter ends up quitting his job and becoming a dedicated follower.
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