Earlier my comments got spammed with multiple advertisement from some purveyor of filth. It was fairly easy to clean up and ban their IP, but beyond being annoying it really makes me angry. I would not wish hell on any person, yet I can well imagine various purgatorial schemes for them. In this case If only God told them on death that when they were purged and ready to enter the company of the saints that He would send them an email to notify them of this. Each day (or whatever goes for time in purgatory) they would receive thousands of emails to sort through and that they would have to go through each one to try to find the one that notifies them of their perfection and promotion to Heaven.
They would get trick subject lines like “Welcome to Heaven”, “From God”, “Your purgation is over!”, yet when they opened them up they would see something like.
How large is your faith life? If you desire perfection then order for a significant discount spiritual viagra because “For the gate is narrow and the way is hard, that leads to life”
My name is Dr. Jackson Ali and I am one of the senior managers in the First Bank of Heaven. I work under an ArchAngel in a office that finances Angel to Human visits where we handle all the travel expenses. Angels are not really good at filling out all of the paperwork since they are always in a rush to run out singing Holy, Holy Holy in the Beatific Vision and as a result there is a large amount of unclaimed perdium sitting in our accounts. Since this money is unclaimed and unused I would like to be able to send it to apostolates in need of assistance. But because of strict Bank of Heaven rules I am unable to transfer it into one of our accounts directly. I need to be able to transfer this money to an account outside of Heaven’s territories, somewhere like Purgatory. I would be willing to offer you ten percent in transaction fees for of the millions of unclaimed dollars. If you could send me your back account number and follow my instructions perfectly within the next two weeks we could take care of this transaction promptly.
Wouldn’t that be ‘heaven.org?’ I’m sure heaven is a not-for-profit organization. 😉
Spamming used to really get on my nerves, but I suppose I’m used to it by now. But my older son is starting to use email now, and his address got on some list, and he gets 50 junk emails a day(!) I found that Spamcop does a good job clearing it out.
And thanks for mentioning my blog – much appreciated.
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