Quote# 109269

There is nothing like a funeral to remind the world about the fact that they have an appointment they have to keep.

I’ve done many fake funerals over the years, and it always gets a crowd.

Be bold. Do it.

Ray Comfort, Ray Comfort's Facebook page 26 Comments [6/5/2015 3:09:23 AM]
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I like the sunglasses. They say it all.

"We are the mob. Fear us".

Nope. Doesn't work, Ray.

6/5/2015 3:30:35 AM


Yes, repulsive train wrecks always draw a crowd. Doesn't make them want to hop on board, though.

6/5/2015 3:43:51 AM


Further to my first comment, I have noticed how many Christian evangelical groups favour this "minder" style of dress, complete with suits and sunglasses.

"Fear ye the baseball bat of righteousness"...

6/5/2015 3:46:21 AM


How is a fake funeral not lying?

6/5/2015 4:19:01 AM

Hasan Prishtina

@ creativerealms

If fake funerals are lying, then they're a perfect fit with the rest of Ray Comfort's ministry.

6/5/2015 4:26:13 AM

rubber chicken

Street theatre always draws a crowd, people are naturally curious.

Personally, I'm curious as to why one of your, completely straight <wink>, minions couldn't afford a plain tie.

6/5/2015 4:49:04 AM

Ray's remake of Reservoir Dogs sucks.

6/5/2015 7:30:28 AM


He'd get a bigger crowd if he was juggling bananas.

6/5/2015 7:35:59 AM

Doubting Thomas

So, in other words, the only way you can get people to follow your religion is by scaring them with death?

And please, somebody please photoshop that picture removing the body and putting a large banana there.

6/5/2015 8:14:02 AM

Naturalistic Worldview

Nothing like a funeral to remind me that this life, the only one we get, is precious so I had better live it and share it with my loved ones rather than trying to appease an impossibly narcissistic sky bully.

6/5/2015 8:58:28 AM

Mister Spak

"I’ve done many fake funerals over the years, and it always gets a crowd. "

I've always thought you were a fake.

6/5/2015 8:58:55 AM


I know one funeral I am looking forward to.

6/5/2015 9:00:24 AM

Men in Black with a wrapped alien corpse ?


They should wear their jackets though.

At least sort your people by height.

6/5/2015 9:10:10 AM


What I see is some little strange guy on a stool, and his central-casting bodyguards.

6/5/2015 9:35:00 AM


I like the guy behind the wall of sunglass pricks. He's just standing there smiling.

6/5/2015 10:24:00 AM

Goomy pls

Eh, I'm usually late to my appointments anyway.

6/5/2015 11:59:53 AM


> Be bold. Do it.

How about a real funeral?

6/5/2015 12:54:32 PM

Joe Mama

What exactly is this kind of street theater supposed to accomplish, anyway? Yes, we all know that we're going to die. No, we don't know that your God exists.

6/5/2015 1:45:01 PM


Uh, Ray? We're not the ones living under the delusion that we're immortal. That's you.

6/5/2015 1:53:19 PM


Anyone else think he looks like Father Guido Sarducci in that pic?

6/5/2015 2:31:54 PM


all I can say is that i'm relieved he doesn't live in my country anymore. He's all yours, USA.

6/5/2015 2:37:22 PM


It looks like the Local 247 Blind Accountants' Union is being scolded by Gomez Addams on an apple crate.

And does Raytard honestly think "always gets a crowd" means "yay! I'm popular and people like my message!"?

6/5/2015 6:04:45 PM


I half expect all those guys to suddenly start singing Do Wop or something.


And what's the fake dead body supposed to represent? America? Christianity? Jesus? Ray Comfort's brain?

6/5/2015 6:42:40 PM


I wish the wrapped corpse would suddenly twitch and sit up. Bet that crowd would thin out in a hurry.

6/5/2015 8:06:09 PM

Yossarian Lives

When the empty threats of Hell don't work, hire extras from Men in Black films to make the procession seem more intimidating. You could always try imitating the more charismatic televangelists with their extreme changes in pitch too, Ray.

6/6/2015 3:12:09 AM

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