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  1. Artor says

    Well, yeah. In this case, the mom is doing something wrong- she’s expecting prayer to do something useful. So Pat’s right, in a way. Of course, he expects prayer to do something useful too, so he’s wrong as well.

  2. Michael Heath says

    I’m hearing impaired and have been since I was eight. I was given lots of prayers as a kid growing up in a fundie/evangelical environment, but no hearing aids until I was financially capable of purchasing them myself. Health insurance sucks when it comes to hearing impairments.

    With the exception of phones, I have relatively normal hearing though I require state of the art aids that now cost about $8K. So countless prayers by many of my associates over about 25 years – 0, Science on its first try – 1.

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    Michael Heath “With the exception of phones, I have relatively normal hearing though I require state of the art aids that now cost about $8K. So countless prayers by many of my associates over about 25 years ā€“ 0, Science on its first try ā€“ 1.”
    Ah hah! So prayer worked!*

    * Eventually.

  4. matty1 says

    Top line.
    “If it doesn’t work try something else”

    I can totally see why this guy is worth all that money.

  5. says

    As stupid as this is I can’t help but feel a little sympathy for the poor fools who actually would write to him for some sort of advice. Or think prayer would actually do anything. They are so sincere. They keep begging god and nothing happens. It’s just sad.

  6. cottonnero says

    #8: Ah, so it didn’t work because she forgot to dilute the prayer.

    “Say one ten-millionth of a Hail Mary and one nine-thousandth of an Our Father.”

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