Monday, February 17, 2014

Other than pretty much everybody, nobody could have anticipated

I imagine health and medical insurance is hard to come by in this line of work...for a reason.
Pastor Jamie Coots, one of the stars of National Geographic's "Snake Salvation," died on Saturday after he was bitten by a snake, police told WBIR.

Coots was allegedly bit while handling a snake at his Pentecostal church in Kentucky, Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name, and later died in his home, according to WBIR.

A medical team went to Coot's house, but he refused medical care, Middlesboro Police Chief Jeff Sharpe told WBIR.

Coots was a "serpent handler" who believed that snake bites will not hurt believers, according to CNN.


kingweasil said...

obviously a non believer

Anonymous said...

Will Pat Robertson blame teh gays and sodomites?

Anonymous said...

And the bible passage they base their belief on (the conclusion of Mark) is considered by pretty much every serious biblical scholar as fake, a later add-on, because the actual conclusion of Mark is...unsettling.

pansypoo said...

he didn't believe in the darwin that killed him also.

Oblio's Cap said...

Oh, ye of little faith!