You've Crossed Into North Korea Bringing God's Love

Sunday, January 10, 2010

I'm not going to say that there's anything wrong with proselytizing one's faith - unless you go door to door and interrupt my masturbation time, don't take no for an answer, and then proceed to sit out on the stoop where I feel guilty and invite you in only to realize you're like a vampire and now that I've invited you into my home you have carte blanche.

That being said - I do have to question people who go around into NK spreading God's love.

And then get caught.

I just can't help but think to myself that as many good intentions people have when it comes to their faith they just don't know when to quit - they question nothing and just think it'll all work out because some higher power is going to protect them.

I'm not saying no one wants that protection or that it's not innate to our human nature to want that (and I'll pay for it just like I do the local bookie) - but to me there's a point - a line you draw and I can't help but to think to myself that if someone's God led them into NK spreading the word that maybe there was an Internet line down and you only got half the message.

I do hope though that Robert Park comes back safe and sound.

Hell - I'll even invite him into my home.