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March 11, 2005



Never forget that every great religion started as a cult.

Without exception.

As Robert Shrimsley put it in The Financial Times: "One bloke who says he's got the number of God's private cellphone, a handful of dedicated followers widely scorned by everyone else, a bit of money and somewhere to preach."

Wait a minute - that's hitting awfully close to home.


I looked very carefully through the archives of CultNews.com, but to my great relief found not a trace, not a mention of bookofjoe.

So I remain under the radar.

Good, 'cause that's where I do my best work.

The site was started by Rick Ross, "cult expert and intervention specialist," in July of 2002.

The archives are a treasure trove of things fringe.

Plenty to occupy you while you watch the clock tick down those last few minutes today....

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Joe, you're no cult, you're just a popular anaesthiologist on the web!

Posted by: JT | Mar 11, 2005 7:22:16 PM

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