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Ray Comfort

Ray Comfort

Ray Comfort


Ray Comfort is the God of modern ghost stories. He released a video proving God's existence by the simple abuse of a banana. After that, he traveled around the United States, and PWNed Atheists by the hundreds. Dr. Comfort is known to travel with an ex-Atheist/Dark Elf called Kirk Cameron. He usually assists him by starting off with speeches about him losing his faith at age 6 and regaining faith in God 5 minutes later. This helped him get attention since Cameron was an actor previously and starred in a movie or 2 (which no one remembers Read more on Last.fm
Ray Comfort is the God of modern ghost stories. He released a video proving God's existence by the simple abuse of a banana. After that, he traveled around the United States, and PWNed Atheists by the hundreds. Dr. Comfort is known to travel with an ex-Atheist/Dark Elf called Kirk Cameron.

He usually assists him by starting off with speeches about him losing his faith at age 6 and regaining faith in God 5 minutes later. This helped him get attention since Cameron was an actor previously and starred in a movie or 2 (which no one remembers, since it ain't 3D). But enough of Kirk Cameron, let's get back to Ray. Mr.

Comfort has several hobbies which he loves to talk about, which are the following: 1- Abusing bananas (while reading Genesis backwards). 2- Leaving his own excrement on the doorstep of Richard Dawkins (most often left in a Burger King bag). 3- Worshiping shawarmas and his desire to be an Arab chef. 4- Singing Cradle of Filth songs while showering. 5- Reviewing his Gospel/Symphonic Black Metal Debut album: "Incantations and the Summoning of Jesus" Everything about Ray Comfort is subject to debate. Scholars, Philosophers, and Psychologists have written essays about how inspiring he can be. His nihilistic views on KFC after the release of Star Wars in 3D is a reason why we're still alive to this day.

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