10 December 2009

The perfect present for the one you love.


Are you worried about eternal damnation? Does the prospect of being cast down into the lake of fire get you down? Fear not, just play a hell and damnation sermon from the Reverend Ian Paisley and you will soon be in touch with your inner puritan,,, Spiritual salvation for less than the cost of a night out!

As found on Ship of Fools

14 comments:

kellie said...

PsyOps have already got their order in, just the thing for the next siege standoff.

A Doubtful Egg said...

When's the remix album coming out? Lay some phat beats over the Rev's ravings!

James Higham said...

Isn't Rev Ian a sweetie?

Pagan Sphinx said...

Is this dude the head of the church of England? Sorry, we're kinda out of touch over the pond here! ;-)

In any event, I love his name. I wish my name was Ian Paisley. Without the god-stuff, of course.

jams o donnell said...

OMG Kellie. I would surrender in seconds!

Haha Egg now that would be worth listening to!

Sweet as a lemon James!

Ah Sphinx he was a political and religious leader in Northern Ireland, a hardline protestant,

Sean Jeating said...

Latest when - in the past millennium - I read 'A terrible Beauty is born' by Leon and Jill Uris, I could not resist the feeling that this man is a bloody bastard.
Thanks for having me. :)

jams o donnell said...

The man was a bastard and contributed to the vile state of affairs in Northern Ireland over. Having said that his time as first minister was arevelation. He and Martin McGuinness worked well together (I never thought I would live to see that!) and got down to the business of running Nrthern Ireland

A Doubtful Egg said...

I never thought I'd live to see McGuinness and Paisley working together either, but I feel that the good doctor's conversion had less to do with a change of heart from his previous hate-mongering spew and more to do with cynical opportunism: a lust for power combined with an attempt to ensure that he doesn't go down in Irish history as one of its most negative and destructive individuals. Malignant old scumbag that he is...

jams o donnell said...

Perhaps it was opportunism but at least it was the right thing for Northern ireland. That doesn't mean I like him... or Mc Guinness

A Doubtful Egg said...

I'm with you on that...

jams o donnell said...

Definitely!

Knatolee said...

What a wanker. Oh wait, was that too rude?

jams o donnell said...

No about right Knatolee!

Anonymous said...

Funny