Friday, April 18, 2014

Incredibly successful Imperial, Nebraska family's "Heaven is Real" scam now a movie

The kid, Colton Burpo, who says he visited "heaven" for three minutes and whose dad just happens to be an Imperial, NE, preacher, is now 12 and already incredibly shifty-eyed (see below video from Fox, along for the ride, as always.)
      "Heaven is for real," the book, has sold more than 10 million copies and now hits cinemas as a film directed by the director of Braveheart. Burpo says that in heaven everyone has wings, but you have the option of walking, not flying, if you wish. Oh — and in heaven, everyone is in their prime — late twenties to early thirties, even if they died at 97, which leads AKSARBENT to wonder about people who spent their twenties and thirties as tubs of lard, then exercised, slimmed down, and looked terrific in their forties or even fifties. Um, what age do they appear, Colton?

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