God shows up in Florida and sets her car on fire.

I’m going to assume this is a case of someone taking some bad drugs or eating the wrong kind of mushrooms. Then again, they do say that God works in mysterious ways and this would certainly qualify:

Police: Woman claiming to be ‘God’ set car on fire at gas station | www.wftv.com.

Holy BBQ Batman!

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A woman claiming to be God doused her car with gasoline and lit it on fire at a BP gas station in Daytona Beach, police said.
Employee Clerk Edna Sandrus said Barnes Alexandra Barnes, 29, went behind the counter, grabbed a lighter and then ran out the door.
Surveillance video shows another clerk, Craig Walker, run after Barnes and tussle with her to get the lighter.

“I could smell gas on my hand from wrestling with her,” Walker said.

Walker said he realized there was fuel on the back of the car and on the ground, and that’s how he realized what she meant when Barnes said, “Don’t move, I’m going to do it, I’m going to do it.”

Barnes grabbed another lighter from her car. She flicked the lighter and the car went up in flames.

Apparently God forgot that she had dogs in her car, but fortunately they were rescued by a bystander before they became hot dogs.

SEB posts this as a reminder of the importance of taking your medication each and every day.

Anyone wanna bet on whether it was a Christian or an Atheist?

The Grand View Topless Coffee Shop in Maine was destroyed by a deliberately set fire last night. Owner Donald Crabtree bought and converted a former motel for $277,000 to make the shop back in February and was talking to planning officials to expand the shop with more parking, a DJ, and longer hours. Officials have already determined that the fire was deliberately set:

The state fire marshal’s office made the arson determination Wednesday afternoon after investigators sifted through the rubble of the Grand View Coffee Shop in Vassalboro, north of Augusta. Officials aren’t saying how or where the fire started.

[…] While many people dropped by Wednesday morning to show support, it was clear that others were pleased about the fire, said Paul Crabtree, the owner’s brother.

“It’s sad to see people driving by and acting happy about it,” he said.

The bet I propose in the title is probably unfair. This is exactly the sort of terrorist activity radical Christians are fond of. I suppose Crabtree should be happy he wasn’t shot dead instead.