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Scott Francis Baker


November 6th, 2004

Win2k is like all of the best parts of dolphins and race cars, merged into a computer OS. @ 11:06 am

This lady just came to the door and wanted to "share some scriptures" with me. I politely told her I wasn't interested and she went on her way. I guess i just never really understood the concept of going door to door to pitch the bible. Do they expect someone to open the door whose just waiting to hear someone read them the bible to make their lives better? It just seems like a hard sell to go door to door pitching religion. I wonder what their success stories are like.
 
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From:anilnaik
Date:November 6th, 2004 07:23 pm (UTC)
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Everyone is trying to convert you Scott.

Like, Ben, for example. Although he's trying to convert you to other things
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From:themabbi
Date:November 6th, 2004 07:46 pm (UTC)
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Only trying?
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From:ferrell
Date:November 6th, 2004 10:33 pm (UTC)
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weird, bible thumpers showed up here this morning too. My basic thought was if I'm ever going to change my stance on religion, it's not going to be because 2 strangers in suits show up on my door holding a bible.
From:suaiden
Date:November 8th, 2004 01:46 am (UTC)

shoot.

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there went my plan. and all the money I just wasted on dry cleaning. It just wouldn't be the same if I came as my usual unshowered self and screamed "repent!" But that thou wouldst know the reek of death, not showering could be a consideration for my next missionary trip.

Ok, so I am not a door to door preacher. I'm a telemarketer. Well, it's close.

Scott Francis Baker