By Skip Shmuley
A parody of "Heaven Is for actual" relates the tale of pass Shmuley, an accountant who died in the course of a vasectomy and made a visit to Hell and back.
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Shmuley: Under the New York Court of Appeals ruling in Satan v. , you are required, where appropriate, to give my client, Satan, a chance to rebut or clarify any misleading and/or erroneous statements in your book so as to avoid the possibility of a libel. Forthwith, please insert this memo from my client, unedited. Sincerely, Arnold Mishkin Attorney at Law ABA-Certified Specialist in Wills, Trusts, Divorces, DUI, and Prenups First of all let me say I don’t remember meeting anyone named Skip. At least not anyone over ten years old.
M. on April 20, 1969, the son of a pawn shop owner and an amateur ballroom dancer. Like so many young men growing up in the 1970s, he dreamed of one day becoming an accountant. ” Shmuley got his accounting degree from Cornell in 1991, and finally passed his CPA exam in 2008. ” Since his return from hell and the publication of this book, he’s been traveling across the United States on the raving lunatic circuit, preaching about the coming apocalypse with the help of a homemade sandwich board. He’s also enjoying the freedom that comes from postvasectomy sex and postvasectomy masturbation.
Meeting Satan I woke up the first morning in hell, in what seemed to be a Motel 6 room . . except no one had left the lights on. The reason I’m pretty sure it was a Motel 6 is when my eyes got accustomed to the dim light, I saw Tom Bodett sitting in the easy chair. He wasn’t saying a word, but then again, he didn’t need to. The only thing anyone had ever asked him was, “Are you supposed to be somebody important? ” Anyway, I was famished. As I looked around the room I saw someone had slipped a note under my door.
Hell is for real, too : a middle-aged accountant's astounding story of his trip to Hell and back by Skip Shmuley