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Faith Builders International Ministries Will Raise Your Dead

April 19, 2009

Remember Faith Builders, that oh-so wonderful house of god where Danny Gokey worked and worshipped?

Yes, I love finding out the goodies on Pastor Rolex and his merry band of grifting asshats.

You may have heard some rumors about their practice of raising the dead, right? Well maybe you have not, but quite simply, Pastor Rolex preaches you can bring the dead back to life with some tongues and faith or something or the other.

In fact, I’ve received a little information on how they uh, raise the dead. Basic, of course, but I hope to get more details soon.

I do know that they believe in all the gifts of the spirit operating today. They believe in laying on of hands, speaking in tongues and raising the dead is part of those passages. I do know that they repeat often heard “stories” of raising the dead as facts. Same with healings. No one has a limb grow back or an empty eye socket filled, but lots of healings of headaches and backaches and stuff like that.

And here is a bit more…

The raising the dead is part of the teaching they ascribe to from the Bible:

“Heal the sick, raise the dead,cleanse the lepers, cast out demons.” Matthew 10:8

“These signs will accompany those who have believed: in My Name they will cast out demons, they will speak with new tongues; they will pick up serpents, and if they drink any deadly posion, it will not hurt them; they will lay hands on the sick, and they will recover. Mark 16:17-18

Now, if you look at the first verse they preach and believe all those things, or so they say. They have healing services, healing lines and healing testimonies.  They also have prayer lines were they bind devils and demons and cast them out of people. The leper part isn’t really touched on because most of us don’t see any lepers.  Now, the raise the dead part they will TALK about. They’ll tell stories from the pulpit of Smith Wigglesworth kicking a dead baby and it coming back to life in the 1800’s. They’ll tell stories of people being raised from the dead in other countries. I know no one who actually went down to the graveyard and prayed for their loved on to come back to life. But this does happen, however, the two people I know that attended are still at the church and unwilling to talk to me about it.

The second verse repeats the demon and healing thing, which they believe.  However they don’t believe you can drink anything or pick up snakes.  Why they pick and choose what to believe is one of the problems I had.  Either that verse doesn’t apply to us LITERALLY today or you better get some snakes and poison right now. No one suggested we could drink poison or handle snakes.

Here is hoping a few more people come forward to talk about how Faith Builders tries to raise the dead, since apparently, Pastor Rolex has put a moratorium (HA!) on discussing these fun times outside of the church.

Pastor Jeff told us that we are not to discuss the church’s position on raising the dead or healing by faith with anyone especially as it relates to the Gokey situation. He said the devil is trying to bring attacks against the church by spreading lies and we are not to discuss things with outsiders.

But all your healing videos are online, FBIM? And you had that cute little TV show all about healing? So why don’t you want anyone to talk about it now?

Oh, and telling someone what they can and cannot talk about outside of a church, that is when something is no longer a church. It is a cult.

Now, I may give Danny Gokey a lot of hell on my blog, so you know, I must be a minion of the devil attacking FBIM. Sorry, couldn’t resist. Anyway, as I said, I’m not a big Gokey fan on this show and his performances pretty much bore me to tears, however, I don’t think he’s a bad guy . I just really think he should run as far away from these greedy cult bastards ASAP. He wants to do the whole Jesus thing, that’s his prerogative, his choice, however, there are a lot better places to worship the lord than Faith Builders International Ministries, considering all they really care about is using his name to promote the church.

Oh, and yes. This is me.

I am a devil woman!


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52 Comments leave one →
  1. pastor Thomas permalink
    May 13, 2009 10:06 am




  2. insert you name here permalink
    May 1, 2009 1:12 am

    If You Belive In God Than You Know What Heaven is Like So Why Would You Wanna Take A Love One Outta There??????????????

  3. AIFan permalink
    April 27, 2009 1:04 am

    Is this Pastor Pruitt himself ? He sure is a jolly fellow (ha-ha-ha).

  4. hahaha permalink
    April 25, 2009 6:16 pm

    So, I heard that there was some type of blogging going on about FBIM. I have never been interested in blogging before, its just not my style, but I just couldnt help resist to jump on in and share my thoughts. It is hilarious to me that so many people fill their time by blogging about a church. Really? Did they ruin your life that bad? Were you that much of an outcast? These conversations remind me of a lame high school group, the outcasts, that are only bold enough to talk shit about people behind their backs, or in this case, by blogging. HAHA! What are these blogs accomplishing? SOMEONE PLEASE LET ME KNOW! TopIdol, you really are proving your point!…oh wait, really arent..HAHA! These are entertaining to read because I can see all of your guys’ passion about trying reveal the “truth” about FBIM, but is it not obvious to you guys yet that NO ONE cares about what you guys have to say!? I mean, by all means keep doing what you are doing. I can tell it makes you feel smart…but come on now, you are trying to start something just to make yourself feel special. If you were really smart you would realize that within all institutions, the church being included, there are going to be politics. Thats the way it is. If people, or institutions, hurt your feelings bad enough for you to spend so much time tracing their every step, live your life that way; but, smarten up here, stop making your self look clueless, and uneducated. Be smarter than the people you are trying to combat, because as of right now, you are failing horribly.

    • gretchen permalink
      April 26, 2009 2:16 pm


      Are you the same blogger who asked if the Phil blogger was in the Enquirer? His answer seems to indicate you are wrong. Now you are blogging about how everyone blogging is failing horribly and looking clueless. Yes, we are all silly, clueless, angry, etc, etc. Same old line. Over and over.

      • hahaha permalink
        April 26, 2009 10:18 pm

        Yes, I am the same “blogger” that said Phil was in the Enquirer…because HE WAS! Its cool if he wants to deny it, all you have to do is look at the Enquirer’s archives…an early 1990’s edition will prove me correct. I dont play games, or make false accusations. I read what people were writing, and thought I would just let them know that they sound ridiculous. There is no harm in that. I am glad to see that you agree with me. You do sound clueless. You dont sound smart, and you are proving no point. I am so happy that you could reply to my comment with such a good answer. HAHA. You lose.

        • phil permalink
          April 27, 2009 7:46 am


          “Yes, I am the same “blogger” that said Phil was in the Enquirer…because HE WAS!”

          Okay, to set the record straight AGAIN, I am not now, nor have I ever been, in the Enquirer. I do NOT go into homes to cast out demons. I NEVER had a demon follow me home and had to call Jerry Pruitt to cast it out. I work as a buyer for a supply company. I have been here for 18 years. I have NO side business.

          I’m not sure why you are hung up on me being some guy who ran around casting out demons. Is it because of my posting name of Phil? That is just my posting name. You are smart enough to realize that isn’t my real name, right? Did you guys know some guy named Phil who did these things you write about? My name begins with the letter J. I’m not going to post it because I don’t want flack in the community over speaking out against FBIM.

          Anyway, you can go ahead an insist I’m some demon chasing guy but you are so far off the mark that, to use your phrase, you are funny.

          • TopIdol permalink
            April 27, 2009 9:14 am

            The Enquirer story sounds like complete crap. As in, just another way to discredit someone that comes off sounding completely ignorant.

    • mEEEEEEk permalink
      April 26, 2009 3:39 pm

      Gretchen, could you please get a different line to say here from Pruitt, because the same old drivel is getting old. Make sure you tell Rolex that you do not like blogging about churches once you are done reading his blog entries. I thought you guys were supposed to stop commenting on the blogs. Did you not hear Pruitt preach this from the pulpit? I sure did.

      BTW, I am bold enough to talk crap to Pruitts face, unfortunately he hides behind his silly body guards, and we know what they carry under their suits…. But, we better keep our king safe now shall we.

      so, what are these blogs accomplishing. Hopefully more people will realize how bad things are and h0w Pruitt is just about the money. It seems to have rubbed you wrong, but you know, you have forgiveness so you have to forgive me! You know though, once you are outcast from FBIM, you are outcast from heaven (at least by your teaching)…

      • hahaha permalink
        April 26, 2009 10:33 pm

        Please, dont get it twisted. When you say that “you guys arent supposed to be commenting”, who is “you guys?” I dont think I am included in “you guys.” Do you even know if I attend FBIM? No, I dont think you do. Its clear that you attend the church if you know that Pruit has body guards, and you heard it from the pulpit yourself that people arent supposed to comment on these blogs. Either that, or you have some type of obsession with that man and FBIM. HAHA. I have this strong feeling that you are not bold enough to do anything but blog. You are very cool, and I am glad that you have something like this to express yourself. Just realize, for the sake of those smarter than yourself, that what you are writing cannot be taken serious. Good try. Also, I didnt know that I taught such things as you say. How did you know that I told people they couldnt get into heavin? Who let out that secret? Now I am mad. HAHA! What would I even have to forgive you for? Please, dont flatter yourself! Well, I guess that is it for now. Talk to you later FRIEND! I so look forward to hearing your comments. I need a good CHUCKLE! HAHA! And, If dont reply, I dont want you to think I am being rude by any means, I just dont know if I can keep these conversations going with such uneducated people. You understand though, right? Thanks a ton for supplying entertainment! Truly, thank you!

        • phil permalink
          April 27, 2009 7:51 am

          “I have this strong feeling that you are not bold enough to do anything but blog.”

          What is it you expect us to do? No one wants to do anything but tell their side of what happened to them. I can’t speak for anyone else on here but I did go and talk to Jerry Pruitt myself about EVERYTHING before I left. I also went to talk to Jeff but was only allowed to talk to his secretary and then to Moorehouse. Again, I told them EVERYTHING I disagreed with. Now I comment so that others will know that they aren’t alone in what they went through. Don’t know what this blogger wants us to be bold enough to do. We’ve down all we are going to do. Now we tell war stories in the hopes of helping some other folks.

          Oh well, this blogger is the same one who insists I was in the Enquirer for chasing out demons. If someone in that church was in that paper for doing that, it certainly wasn’t me. Pictures don’t lie.

        • mEEEEEEk permalink
          April 27, 2009 5:53 pm

          hmmmm HaHaHaMorehoser, uneducated, I think not. Your comment goes from not attending FBIM to being Pruitt? Your comment make less sense than anything I have read here. We know prune-it has body guards because no one can talk to him, I would not be surprised if T-Money has this site and VFTW blocked at both churches. Just like Phil I wanted to talk with Jeff or Robin, but I was told that was not going to happen and threatened with calling the police. I WAS told I WAS an enemy of the church. According to the Pruitt book Pastoring Supernaturally enemies of your congregation are to be treated as enemies of God and are to be outcast of the church AND are to be labeled as Jezzabel so that other pastors in the community would not believe, but they now know what you are all made of. You also teach this in your school of ministry, I do know because I sat there through that silly course. Do not get to worried Top Idol, I graduated Cum Laude just like everyone else who attended. (Who ever heard of a school where everyone graduates at the top of their class) so I know the Bible according to Jeff.

          As far as the National Enquirer, I can believe that the senior pruitt was in the enquirer? But, tell me hahahahahahahaha what kind of pastor wants the enquirer to be in their advertising scheme? hmmmm..

          Okay just to save you time, I am a sour grape, I am disgruntled, phil is disgruntled and TopIdol is the spawn of the devil. Did I forget something Phil, I hope not. Yeah, maybe if you guys at FBIM read that thing that you thump around you would know a little better. I hear Jeff is busy re-writing the new testament to condemn more believers, well not really, but he could be.

          Next week, Encyclopedia Brittanica makes their way to FBIM Milwaukee for a photo shoot with Gokey for the definition of manipulate.

          Have enough to make you made HAHAHA falalalalalalaleluigia

  5. lolz permalink
    April 22, 2009 11:28 am

    Of course Pastor Jeff won’t talk about it in relation to Dan’s Wife – All of those prophecies of how she will be healed and have children turned into “oh, we meant she will be healed once she got into heaven” – if you look hard enough around myspace and facebook you can find the actual recordings and emails.

  6. she_is_so_random permalink
    April 21, 2009 5:05 pm

    Pastor Rolex is swooning over the amount of tithes he’ll be able to get out of Hammy Hokey if he wins the whole shebang.

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 21, 2009 5:14 pm

      Wouldn’t that mean Gokey himself would have to tithe at least 10% of all his winnings and tour earnings?

      • Deez permalink
        April 21, 2009 5:21 pm

        He is probably on the phone as we speak seeing if a four person hot-tub can be installed in his new Bentley.

  7. Deez permalink
    April 21, 2009 2:00 pm

    They don’t believe tithing will heal anyone either! But they do believe it is a good excuse to get sheep to fork it over!!! Hell, they gotta keep it comin’ to finance their golden child. Danny needs a new pair o’ specs!!!!

    Can you imagine the $$$ popping up in ol’ Rolex’s eyes as he imagines the cash-cow that he has by the horns? Gokey is his goldmine!

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 21, 2009 3:42 pm

      Ok. This is what I don’t get. God is supposed to be cool and stuff, right? Isn’t God supposed to love you?

      So wouldn’t God be like, yo, people who worship me, I know the economy is hitting people hard right now so use that money to feed yourselves and your families, pay your bills, and all of that stuff. Because that will probably ensure a better financial future than giving Pastor Rolex cash you really shouldn’t be parting with at the moment.

      Logic. Often more powerful than prayer.

      • Deez permalink
        April 21, 2009 4:36 pm

        Ding…Ding…Ding… We have a winner! Of course all that is true…supposing, of course, that the God that you worship isn’t the almighty dollar!

  8. toppers2 permalink
    April 21, 2009 11:47 am

    If they wanted people to be quite about it why would they post it on the internet & sell DVD’s?

  9. mEEEEEEk permalink
    April 20, 2009 10:39 pm

    As far as a ritual, or ceremony, I would consider that where people do things in a specified manner to accomplish a common goal. A wedding is a ceremony. Praying for the sick should not be, but I guess you could call it that.

    I was part of many prayer services where Pruitt would walk up and down the line yelling, pushing people over and commanding illness sickness, demons, poverty, negative feelings against fathers, etc., to go away. Some people felt better, some got worse. Some saw better, some became totally blind. Some lived, and a few died.

    Prayer for the dying. Laying on of hands, commanding the spirit of sickness, cancer, to leave. I would not call that a ceremony, you could though without any problem. There is a biblical base for praying for the sick, but when does it go overboard. I have seen people healed, and I have seen people die. I will leave the explaining up to God, not Pruitt.

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 20, 2009 10:51 pm

      What about the stuff regarding the teachings of those who “raised the dead” in Europe? Such as Wigglesworth? People have written me about some of this stuff, and that they have known people who have gone down to cemeteries to try and do such things.

      If this was something they never did or thought was preposterous, why are they telling people not to discuss it outside of the church? Even the “healings”, which they themselves posted on the internet.

      • mEEEEEEk permalink
        April 21, 2009 8:30 am

        I have to say, I never heard of or saw anything like that while I was there, and the current members that I know are not saying that. As much as I think FBIM is weird, I have never heard of them going to a graveyard to raise the dead. I never heard Pruitt say do that, or anyone of the leaders.

        Pruitt did mention that a member could raise the dead if they only had enough faith, but then again he would say, you can not have what your pray for if the windows of heaven are closed because you are not tithing and a giver. Pruitt said many times you can do anything you want if you have the faith, whether it be healing the sick or raising the dead.

        Even though I think that the raising the dead ceremony is a little far fetched, I will never put anything past the Pruitt family. Someone somewhere would have taken a picture of a group of people yelling at a grave for someone to wake up. Maybe a police report would be filed?

        Why are they telling people to not discuss things outside the church? I think they are scared about losing more members. The revolving door spins very fast all the time. No members equals no money, more members means more money. They do not want to lose their best customers do they. The more things in FBIM that get exposed the more that the members who have been their for any time get up and walk out. There is no reason not to be proud of what you do as a church, and to tell you how it really is, the Word of God requires you to share. Do you hide your light under a bushel basket?

        Enough said, Pruitt sold hundreds of CDs and DVDs of his healing teachings. Someone has a video of the preaching, someone has the audio.

        • TopIdol permalink
          April 21, 2009 10:36 am

          Faith is a powerful thing, but sorry, just because you have a lot of faith does not mean you can raise the dead or heal the sick.

          And I am someone is is by all accounts, an atheist, however, I do think “positive thinking” can often help for whatever reason, at least if it gets you through the bad times, perhaps. But suggesting faith or even positive thinking can bring back the dead or cure a disease is downright ridiculous and dangerous.

          Even preaching that someone can raise the dead with faith and oh hell, tithing, is ridiculous enough to have deserved a post 🙂

  10. Ema permalink
    April 20, 2009 9:53 pm

    HAHA, I might not like DWD, but all the info about his insane church is more interesting than just about anything on the actual show this season. Thanks a ton for posting all of this, the FBIM stories are hilarious.

    I’m now off to listen to Pastor Rolex! *skips off*

  11. toppers2 permalink
    April 20, 2009 9:00 pm

    Where is the proof of them having a ritual, ceremony, rite or prayer? That was the point of my comment. Just because you say it happened doesn’t mean it has happened, right? Even mEEEEEEk, a former member said it never happened.

    (Make sense now?)

  12. Deez permalink
    April 20, 2009 8:20 pm

    This is exactly the sort of nonsense that turns people off Christianity. I do attend church most Sundays. (a normal Methodist church) These FBIM people are crazy. Our Pastor (when “passing the plate”) asks that you give, but the programs of the church are “a gift to you” and not to feel obligated. Our congregation always meets its financial goals without the crazy scare tactics and mumbo-jumbo. The church staff are nice, middle class folks who’d give you the shirts off their back. They actively support all kinds of missionary programs and things here at home for the needy. Those are the kind of people who deserve the spotlight…not these nincompoops! When you have to pay to receive some sort of “blessing” that should be the warning signal. I think there was some big “to do” over this same thing about 4- 500 years ago…lol!

    Organized religion isn’t for everyone, (sometimes I gotta say it’s not for me either) but for the most part your average small church is on the up and up, these media-centric conglomerates…not so much. BBBLLEECCHHH!

  13. toppers2 permalink
    April 20, 2009 6:27 pm

    No, what I am saying is that they do, indeed, hold ceremonies to attempt to raise the dead.

    When have they done this? Any video, sound or witnesses?

    Because the person that emailed you never mentioned any ceremonies, nor did you until this comment.

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 20, 2009 6:35 pm

      What else would you call it besides a ceremony? A ritual? A rite?

      What is it? If they’re telling people not to talk about it, it is something. And calling it or a ritual, ceremony, rite, prayer, et al…I think you know what I am talking about.

      Your argument makes ZERO sense.

  14. mEEEEEEk permalink
    April 20, 2009 6:25 pm

    Yes it is true, there is to be no more discussing church business outside of the four walls of the church. Many of the members are becoming scared of what is happening and are getting ready to leave, but they are being pressured to stay, telling them that they are going against the word of God to leave.

    In my many years as a member, there were no real raising the dead ceremonies that occurred, but members were told to tell of stories of healing and prosperity when they would get better. Yes we all believe that God is the creator of healing, but you should not use that fact to get money or promote your own agenda, which happens on a regular basis. I myself was asked to tell a story of an error on a medical report as a healing in the last 3 months. Now God heals, God preserves but that was the last straw as God does not deceive.

    Yes the FBIM retaliatory comments will decrease as the members have been clued on what to say and when to say it. There is no defense for what occurs so the walls close in. It will not be long before the members are asked to stop communicating with anyone outside the church. It is coming soon. We will see FBIM on 60 minutes. It might be as a Waco, a Jonestown, or maybe even a Texas Chainsaw Mass Massacre? oops, I best not say that I might get sued. I am also hearing that there is a great deal of money going to private investigators to harass members and former members. You may have seen them over at VFTW.

    TopIdol, you are not the Devil at all. God actually things very highly of you and cares about you deeply. Anyone saying else would be contrary to the Word of God. Do not take these people as being representative of Christians.

    • gretchen permalink
      April 20, 2009 9:21 pm

      Lots of money going to private investigators to harass members and former members? Yikes! Doesn’t sound very christian.

      • spinshack permalink
        April 21, 2009 6:49 pm

        Organized religion often has nothing to do with Christianity anymore.

    • Mr. Antichrist permalink
      April 21, 2009 4:28 am

      You do, of course, realize that “god” doesn’t actually exist, right? You understand that it’s all just a fairy tale?

  15. she_is_so_random permalink
    April 20, 2009 4:16 pm

    Bringing people back from the dead….wouldn’t that be against god’s will? And the big thing I don’t get about these megachristians: aren’t their whole lives spent trying to get into heaven? Well, why would you want someone to come back from there? Why aren’t they all trying to get to heaven sooner rather than later? Very confusing to me…

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 20, 2009 4:26 pm

      Is this the part where I say…

      You’re preachin’ to the choir?

    • Emme permalink
      April 20, 2009 5:45 pm

      good point – heaven is the goal after all for them… isn’t it? The whole thing is so bizarre.

  16. TopCatDC permalink
    April 20, 2009 2:50 pm

    Your article implies that the church members are claiming that they can raise people from the dead. But after reading the material you quote, that is not the case. They are saying that the Bible talks about raising people from the dead, so it must be (theoretically) possible. End of story. So why all the tsuris? There are bigger fish to fry.

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 20, 2009 3:53 pm

      No, what I am saying is that they do, indeed, hold ceremonies to attempt to raise the dead. Obviously, none of these have been successful. They preach about reported attempts that it is happened, mainly over in Europe and in the case of Smith Wigglesworth person, who also claimed to have brought his wife back to life.

  17. gretchen permalink
    April 20, 2009 7:44 am

    Yes, let’s not talk about this with outsiders. They may catch on that you are in a cult and try and get you, and your MONEY, out of this church. Wouldn’t want that now would we.

    Outsiders. What morons.

  18. phil permalink
    April 20, 2009 7:41 am

    So, when you point out things that are being taught or practiced it is considered an attack of the devil? Telling people not to talk about things with “outsiders” seems to be very cultish to me. I also love how they pick and choose which parts of verses to believe. If it were me and some guy was preaching we should lay hands on the sick then I believe he should also cast out demons, go and raise the dead, drink deadly stuff with no harm and handle those snakes. It’s all part of the same verses and book. Why do they practice one part and not the other? Seems a tad hypocritical to me. OR, maybe the message isn’t what you are preaching. Maybe you are a bit off in your sermons and belief system. Just thinking out loud here.

    Oh, and before I’m attacked for not understanding Jeff or the church, I did go to services there and did here this with my own ears about the healing and curses and everything.

    • hahaha permalink
      April 25, 2009 1:50 am

      Hello Phil. Correct me if I am wrong here, but you were once in The Enquirer to tell your story about your job as a man who went into other people’s home to chase out demons/spirits, right? And you also said that a spirit once followed you home, and you had to call Jerry P. in order to come cast those spirits out of your own home, right? So not only did you go to some services at this church, you actually casted out demons yourself! YOU ARE AN AMAZING MAN! DONT EVER FORGET THAT!

      • phil permalink
        April 25, 2009 10:05 am

        I was once in the Enquirer? A demon followed me into my home? What are you talking about? I’m not sure where any of that is coming from. I work as a buyer in a supply company. Always have. Have been here for over 18 years. Never chased demons. Never called Pruitt to cast out any demons. Not sure where your information is coming from but it is incorrect.

  19. bob permalink
    April 20, 2009 7:36 am

    “you are cursed with a curse.”

    Really? I thought Jesus redeemed us from the curse by becoming cursed for us. Guess not.

    I guess they need the money. Kinda like that prophet guy they had there, Glenn Miller who, when the offering plates were brought forward to him, he went through them and seperated out the bills from the checks and put the bills in his pockets. He needed that money.

  20. Mr. Antichrist permalink
    April 20, 2009 3:31 am

    No, Gokey’s on the receiving end — he’s not a minion, he’s one of the crew. How do you think he affords all of those eyeglasses?

    The guy is clearly part of this profit-making machine. AND he’s a mediocre singer.

  21. AIFan permalink
    April 20, 2009 2:26 am

    “He said the devil is trying to bring attacks against the church by spreading lies”

    Did they just call you the devil ?

    And the good pastor said in his sermon that poor people are poor because they don’t tithe. So, if his whole congregation believes this drivel, can we assume that they are not the brightest bulbs in the bunch, Gokey included ?

  22. Amanda permalink
    April 19, 2009 10:04 pm

    So them not speaking the truth to the media helps preventing “the devil spreading lies” how exactly?

    Even by their own logic these people make no sense.

  23. Deez permalink
    April 19, 2009 9:05 pm

    Lol…”merry band of grifting asshats”… #1 on the list to become my new catch-phrase.

    I healed my own backache this morning with about 5 Aleves. I wonder if that means anything?

  24. Jennifer permalink
    April 19, 2009 7:17 pm

    These people are FUCKING INSANE.

    • TopIdol permalink
      April 19, 2009 7:23 pm

      And apparently none of them has ever read Pet Semetary.

      • spinshack permalink
        April 21, 2009 11:17 am

        It’s like a modern day twist on Tales From the Crypt or Zombies Will Eat Your Brains + God.


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