Pastor Made Believe He was SEAL, Aspects of Seagal Movie, GI Jane in Stories

#1
Looked in the forum-- didn't see this already. Sorry if it's a double-post.

Some people are just too much:

Apparently at least part was based on Steven Seagal's 1992 film Under Seige:

Among other things, Moats said he was subjected to waterboarding when he trained at Little Creek Amphibious Base in Virginia Beach in 1971 and was assigned dishwashing duty for his bad attitude. "I had almost no discipline. I was as wild as they came. That was my nemesis," he told the paper. "They weren't looking for a guy who brags to everyone he is a SEAL. They wanted somebody who was ready but had an inner confidence and didn't have a braggadocio attitude."



WTF?

Original:

Pastor Made Believe He was Navy Seal
#2
Heard about this.

Wow.
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#3
I don't understand this at all.

Edit: Ok I get it now.
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#5
Awesome sermons.

"And the people said to Jesus, 'We are hungry oh Lord. Whatever shall we do?'. And the divine Jesus said to them, 'Lo! Clap and thou shalt recieve'. So all the people clapped, and fish rained from the sky. And the people exclaimed! 'Arf, arf arf!'."
#6
The most known person to come out of this area. Typical.
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Awesome sermons.

"And the people said to Jesus, 'We are hungry oh Lord. Whatever shall we do?'. And the divine Jesus said to them, 'Lo! Clap and thou shalt recieve'. So all the people clapped, and fish rained from the sky. And the people exclaimed! 'Arf, arf arf!'."

#8
Yeah...it's really quite disgraceful. I mean, here we have a pastor. He's supposed to be a religious leader and, as such, a role model to his congregation. Now, we all know he was guilty of lying, at the least. It's not cool at all, man.
#10
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Awesome sermons.

"And the people said to Jesus, 'We are hungry oh Lord. Whatever shall we do?'. And the divine Jesus said to them, 'Lo! Clap and thou shalt recieve'. So all the people clapped, and fish rained from the sky. And the people exclaimed! 'Arf, arf arf!'."

part of me wishes this to be true. i might attend mass just to hear this.
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Whatever, he's a religious figure. His whole job is to make people believe stupid lies...

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#13
"Pastor made believe" - isn't that his job?
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#17
That's pretty low, dude.
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#18
TS, congratulations on making a post that doesn't make anything clear about the subject of the thread AT ALL. I had to read the original article to understand what you were rambling about.
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