You too can set up random visits from Mormon missionaries online!

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C-Notes made a potentially groundbreaking discovery today: At Mormon.com, a new feature allows you to enter your address, phone number, and e-mail address, and missionaries will drop in at your home at random times and bombard you with calls and e-mails persuading you to believe that God lives on a star near planet Kolob, which lights the sun; God had sex with Mary, to conceive Jesus; The Garden of Eden was in Missouri; Jesus won’t come back in any year in which a rainbow appears; and much, much, more! Note: entering a friend’s information is entirely unethical, and not at all humorous. Happy converting! -- Gus Garcia-Roberts

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