NinjaPuppy wrote:I consider stuff like that to be private enterprise at it's best. Now would I spend $79 of my money on it? Hell no. (pardon the pun)
Well, you could spend $29 for water in hopes of "retiring" to one of the big mansions in the sky, complete with your own cabana boys or girls...
I believe that the water was sold in the name of curing properties, not for securing a place in heaven. I suppose that the additional thousands were the fee for that place in heaven.
Besides, the property in hell was $29 for a written deed (suitable for framing) and not actually a parcel of burning eternity.