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Fluids for Christ
Just last night I added a new feature to the site: a discussion forum (I'm calling it the Hoax Forum) where people can post questions or info about new hoaxes they've found. I figure this will be better than having everyone email me stuff like this directly, since the email just sits unanswered in my inbox for ages. And already, on the first day of the forum's existence, someone has posted something good. Rachel Hurley found Fluids for Christ, which claims to be a blood bank for Christian fluid donations. After all, what good Christian would want to receive heathen blood? The site is almost believable (there are Christian Credit Agencies and Christian Pharmacies, so why not Christian Blood Banks?), until you start looking through it and it begins to become obviously silly, such as when they start describing their "Christpherization methods" of separating out the Christian components of blood.
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Posted by The Curator on Tue Jun 08, 2004


This has to be a hoax, it is on http://www.angelfire.com which, if I'm not mistaken is a free webpage service. No one, even this crazy, would put a real organisation like this on a free site with adds being show to raise revenue, they would pay for a more expensive option without adds. Also the reneck quoted on the main page sounds LITTERALLY unbelievably retarded. This ltterally has to be a fake, shame they couldn't get a more convincing URL (like say fluidsforchrist.org) instead of
http://www.angelfire.com/home/ffc/intro.htm which doesn't exactly roll off the tounge
Posted by PappaDoc  on  Thu Sep 02, 2004  at  08:48 PM
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