Friday, 19 August 2011
10:57:28 PM (GMT)
My mom has the prayer channel on and a few minutes ago this priest named Peter
Popoff claimed he has miracle spring water that makes your life better. I'm seeing
people say they've gained a ton of money, got a new car, got all their bills payed,
had their children become good, ang got to go to disney world and such.
Basically you're sent the water a drink a sip of it for a day, and then you send it
back along with 17 dollars.
Then you're sent dead sea salt that's supposed to grant immortality I think. After
spending another day with eating a litte of that you send it back with another $27
Lastly, you get some tinsel bracelet that's supposed to be a gold necklace and the
message, "God is requesting an obedience offering of $200." is found on a letter.
I died laughing looking at his infomercial.
The sad thing about it is that the "miracle water" is actually from a russian spring
that was hit by a nuclear accident and it really doesn't do anything except get your
What's even worse is that he usually targets the desperate, old, and minorities. It's
a shame knowing that while he's driving in his porsche and mercedes while people
wasted what's left of their life savings on this con-artist.
Last edited: 19 August 2011