Shannon Ethridge

     Posted By: Paul - Tue Nov 11, 2008
     Category: Death | Religion | Sexuality | Video

AGFH--you'll note that I had no words with which to introduce this creepy clip!
Posted by Paul on 11/11/08 at 10:53 AM
They mention proceeds at the end but don't say how much. I find it funny how these freaks are commissioned to go out, preach and spread the word but they always charge for it. Now that's love.
Posted by Madd Maxx on 11/11/08 at 11:19 AM
I've been inspired!!!! Ran right out kissed a snake and bit off a chicken's head. Hallelujah! Hallelujah!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 11/11/08 at 11:26 AM
1) Putting your lipstick on in the rearview mirror is not taking your eyes off the road for "just a moment"

2) If this woman was convinced she was going to die maybe she walked in front of the car

3) "invisible shield of protection on the driver's side" WTF? Someone on the side of the road as you go past would hit the passenger side

4) If their religion helps them get through the grief of loosing a loved one fine, but I still think they're all f*ing nuts

5) I will stick with going from guy to guy thank you!
Posted by Jules in Connecticut on 11/11/08 at 11:34 AM
Mark--sounds like a plan!
Posted by Paul on 11/11/08 at 01:57 PM
In the absense of faith you deal with it by accepting fault for not watching the road while you put on makeup in the car.
Posted by Jules in Connecticut on 11/11/08 at 03:57 PM
lalala she's trying to profit from killing someone. I've dealt with alot of born agains too and alot of them (at least the ones who are out preaching or spreading God's word)are opportunists who feed off of other peoples need to believe in something more. That is what this parasite is doing.
Posted by Madd Maxx on 11/11/08 at 08:34 PM
Few things sicken me. This was one.

As Arthur C. Clarke said, "“The greatest tragedy in mankind's entire history may be the hijacking of morality by religion.”
Posted by Kenneth on 11/12/08 at 06:40 AM
Allow me to step out of character for a moment, please. I think forgiveness is a beautiful and powerful thing. That a man would be so open and loving to a girl who had unintentionally (though not unprevantably) killed his wife shows one of humanity's more endearing traits. Perhaps the motivation for his forgiveness may seem a bit freaky to us who don't have the solid belief that God has a very specific plan and are willing to martyr ourselves for a cause. Can forgiveness be considered independently of the motivation for it?
Posted by kingmonkey in Athens, Ontario on 11/12/08 at 10:16 AM
kingmonkey, I don't think the capacity of the man's forgiveness is the issue with this.

Also, God is not needed for someone to have the capacity to forgive.
Posted by Madd Maxx on 11/12/08 at 10:22 AM
Great response LowGenius but remember, alot of those people like to get together in groups for 'circle jerks'.
Posted by Madd Maxx on 12/25/08 at 11:36 PM
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