For the party, of course.
Published on June 4, 2006 By Larry Kuperman In Current Events
Hell, Michigan is planning a 666 celebration, be sure to make your reservations. I mean, you wouldn't want the party in Hell to start without you...

If you think that no one has a worse sense of humor than me, well check this out:
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"Nobody is more fired up than John Colone, the town's self-styled mayor and owner of a souvenir shop.

"I've got `666' T-shirts and mugs. I'm only ordering 666 (of the items) so once they're gone, that's it," said Colone, also known as Odum Plenty. "Everyone who comes will get a letter of authenticity saying you've celebrated June 6, 2006, in Hell."

Most of Colone's wares will sell for $6.66, including deeds to one square inch of Hell."
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Quotes from the CNN Article linked.

If you are in the Michigan area on Tuesday, you should stop by. After all, you can be the first on your block to go to Hell....and return.


Comments
on Jun 04, 2006
Now I'm wishing I had been out your way just a few days later!
on Jun 04, 2006
Ah, Zoomba, so nice to have met you in person!

Please do not worry. I will endeavor to hold the Gates of Hell open for your return.
on Jun 04, 2006
w00t! How far is Hell from you folks anyway?

And it was a blast getting to meet you and everyone else. Finally have faces to put to online names It was especially fun startling Cari like we did
on Jun 04, 2006
Ya know, they ought to put out Tshirts that say:

"hell: Been there, bought the Tshirt".
on Jun 04, 2006
hell: Been there, bought the Tshirt".


LoL....

on Jun 06, 2006

I mean, you wouldn't want the party in Hell to start without you...

i surely don't, dammit.   among my most pleasant memories of living in michigan are those involving expedtions to hell (usually from what was then an outpost campsite at crooked lake); the best of those were always in early june. 

where else can ya go to catch smallmouth outta a stream running right thru town and then take a short walk and check out a spooky mystery house where gravity's laws were routinely violated?

on  the other hand, hell may have gone to hell in a handbasket.  if there's a mcdonalds there, keep it from me please.

on Jun 06, 2006
I saw the mayor of Hell on CNN. Daryn Kagan asked him, "What's a cold day in Hell like?" The mayor said, "Pretty cold, actually. We hold our elections when Hell freezes over."
on Jun 06, 2006
I have a good friend whose in laws live in Michigan. He jokes that "I have to go through hell to see my in laws." :~D
on Jun 06, 2006
Haha! I didnt know there was a town called Hell, this is hilarious!
on Jun 06, 2006
I'm selling 1 inch tracts in purgatory at extremely discounted prices for those who don't want to get locked into a long contractual obligation.
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