Ya Wanna Dip (in the lake of fire) with THAT Chip?

Ya Wanna Dip (in the lake of fire) with THAT Chip

Recently, Rich was home on a Sunday and bought the local paper. He took out the important reading material: ads and comics, and tossed the rest aside.

I grabbed up the unwanted remnants. “AAhhhh, that’s my man!” I thought, “We blend.”

In the waste pile, I found a half-page article on microchipping humans. The graphic art for the article was a hand overlaying a human face. Within the hand was a microchip. It read:

By Todd Lewan

“CityWatcher.com, a provider of surveillance equipment, attracted little notice itself — until a year ago when two of its employees had glass-encapsulated microchips with miniature antennas embedded in their forearms.

The chip implanting of the two workers with RFIDs — radio frequency identification tags as long as two grains of rice, as thick as a toothpick — was just a way to restrict access to vaults that held sensitive data and images for police departments, the company said.”

The article went onto say that over 9,000 people had been chipped already. Alzheimer’s and Diabetic patients to prisoners. It stated that the government is working on legislation that will require every baby to be chipped at birth!

The article’s final thought prognosticated a time when the government would force everyone to “take the chip, or go hungry”.

Needless to say, I had an “Oh, Jesus!” moment, right there, in my living room with a captive audience of one. Following my zealous and heartfelt tirade, Rich didn’t have much to say about the matter, other than, “I won’t take that thing. That’d be stupid.”


Then, he says something that made me want to hit him on his head: “It won’t ever happen. People won’t let the government do it.”

“Rich, yes, it is going to happen. The Bible says it’s going to happen. The newspaper says it’s going to happen.” I tell him in my quiet, oh-you’re lucky I have the Holy Ghost or I would hit you on your head-voice. “Maybe you’d like to think about missing that little trip to the lake of fire, babe, and serve God.”

He laughed.

My husband’s a good guy. He works, provides for his family and is kind to animals and some children. BUT-he doesn’t see the sense in serving God. He doesn’t feel it’s necessary or worthwhile. Rich lives the life of complacency, and, it breaks my heart for him.

And THAT, my friends, is WHY microchipping will happen.

One night, not too long ago, Rich tried to call me on his way home from work. I was busy with a patient and unable to get my phone, so I called him after the appointment.

“Hey, Babe.” I said, “Are you at home?”

He said, “Where are you? I tried to call 3-4 times!”

“I was with a client. Is something wrong?” I started to get concerned, “Are you ok?”

“No. Yeah. I’m okay” then, he added, “Oh, I just got home and you weren’t here and I couldn’t get ahold of you…”

“And you thought the rapture really HAD taken place and you were left here on Earth to face the Antichrist and every demon of hell until the day of Judgement where you’d be thrown into the lake of fire to spend eternity wondering why you didn’t go to church with me when you had a chance? You are so sweet, Honey.”

“Right. You are so funny.” He said, “What are you making for dinner?”

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