(As seen nightly on FOX-21 out of Duluth.)
- If the world is going to end, why spend money on jewelry? Won't it all just be left behind when you're sucked up Heaven's Chimney?
- And if the Rapture's coming, and all your material things will be no more, wouldn't it be more fun to spend that money on something...fun? More fun than a hunk of metal, I mean. Like a trip to the Dells? A dirtbike? A night of karaoke, hot wings and grain alcohol? I mean, at least then you have something to remember fondly as you while away eternity.
- Is it just me, or do most traditional descriptions of heaven sound insanely boring? The only one I've ever found all that thought-provoking was the one in Defending Your Life.
Update (12/2/2010): there's a story about the store owner and his commercial on the front page of today's Duluth News Tribune. And he sounds like a nice guy, even if I do think his ad is kind of crazy.