CHICAGO: County Sues Megachurch For Allegedly Swindling $340,000 From Elderly Dementia Patient

CBS Chicago reports:

A megachurch in Ohio is accused of coercing an elderly woman in Rogers Park to hand over hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The woman is mentally ill and has dementia. She is now under the care of the Cook County Public Guardian, who is fighting to reclaim that money — her life-savings.

Bridget Pollard, 76, has lived by herself since her husband died in 2015. The childless woman lived in hoarding conditions and blocked relatives’ efforts to help her, Pollard’s niece Bridget Johnson says.

Her niece says that Pollard emptied out her late husband’s state pension, and it wasn’t long before she wrote a $340,000 check, payable to Grace Cathedral. The megachurch in Akron, Ohio televises the ministry of Rev. Ernest Angley.

The niece claims that the church “stalked” her aunt with claims of eternal life in heaven and eventually got the elderly woman to grant them power of attorney status.

  • Boreal
    • Treant

      I wouldn’t even use that lard to make soap. It might stick to a person.

    • Jeffg166

      He needs a better rug. Now he can afford one.

    • Harveyrabbit

      Stiff competition but he’s one of the most vile of all TV preachers.

    • Ninja0980

      Is this what they modeled the Trump statue at Disney off of?

      • liondon#iamnotatraitor

        Jon Voight’s psych meds wore off before the modelling session was over… Rev Ernest stepped in to help.

    • Lakeview Bob

      Maybe he needs her money to buy a better wig.

      • Bambino

        Save the money for face rearrangement.

    • Bryan

      Oh jeez, I thought he died years ago.

      • Tawreos

        He made the same deal Pat Robertson made to keep going long after his time was done.

      • boatboy_srq

        Looks to me like he did.

        • Bambino

          Poke him with a ten foot pole to make sure.

    • safari

      He isn’t a Disney animatronic?

    • netxtown

      gawd damn. what is that?

    • Bambino
      • PickyPecker

        How dare you bring Ted Cruz into this!

        • Bambino

          It’s his cousin. They share the same genetics.

        • RobynWatts

          How dare you insult Ziggy by comparing him to Ted Cruz! 😝

        • I think I saw this plot on an episode of the X Files…

    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      I see why he needed the money now.

      • AmeriCanadian

        Emergency liposuction?

    • Harveyrabbit

      It’s in the wiki article linked to elsewhere in this thread but one of the reprehensible things he’s done is to insist his church workers stop having children so they can save more money to give to him as donations.

      • boatboy_srq

        On the bright side, that’s fewer damaged youth and/or warriors for Gun-Totin’ Capitalist White Jeebus.

    • safari

      Imagine that coming at you in a dark ally.

      • boatboy_srq

        No thanks: bad enough launching from the pulpit under full lekos.

      • Boreal

        That’s what pepper spray is for.

        • PickyPecker

          The Lard’s seasoning!

        • boatboy_srq

          Pepper spray, holy water, and H2SO4 for food measure.

      • Tawreos

        I am pretty sure that that would be easy to avoid. Just drop a dollar and you will have all the time in the world.

      • ChrisInKansas

        Like he could outrun you!

      • William
    • Tawreos

      That looks like a rejected creature from a horror movie.

    • William

      Trump’s long lost brother? I see they go to different toupee shops.

    • JohnJay

      That’s Tor Johnson in a wig. (Tor was in lots of horror movies in the !950s-60s.)

      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6a6c9c29c72f839b3174661b1f47fa43e743536a4ddadf4b34d1fc2b2caa9db9.jpg

      • nocadrummer

        Tor was much more handsome.
        And I’m pretty sure had a much kinder heart.

    • Mihangel apYrs

      that is not human

    • Sporkfighter

      That the omnipotent, benevolent creator of the universe requires the help of grifting thieves like this, that He permits grifting thieves like this is a powerful argument against an omnipotent benevolent creator of the universe.

    • Robincho

      Nice hair, Ernieboy. Hope it wins…

    • Jeffrey

      JFC that looks like Bruce Campbell in some black comedy special FX make up.

  • Treant

    Mega church. Micro ethics.

  • bkmn
    • nocadrummer

      THAT is the wall we should be building. Not the one along the southern U.S.

  • safari

    They’ll show “god’s will” and then cry over being persecuted.

  • PickyPecker
  • Bambino

    Only money? I thought they would harvest their victims organs too.

    • Treant

      At thirty grand per kidney, that has possibilities…

    • Tawreos

      When the average age of their parishioners seems to keep going up they had to drop that part since the organs aren’t worth much anymore.

  • Tawreos

    They never question why a god that could create an entire universe would need their money to keep the lights on.

  • justmeeeee

    But churches extort money from billions of people every day!

  • Harveyrabbit

    Pat Robertson was on tv this am telling his followers that since the stock market is doing so well they should donate some shares to him. He said they have people standing by to instruct them how it’s done and how to use it for tax purposes so it’s to their advantage to donate asap.

    Fucking criminal .

    • ChrisInKansas

      I immediately wanted to type here “why isn’t this fucker dead yet?”, but then I remembered “only the good die young”, so he’s never going away is he?

      • Harveyrabbit

        He dead. Professional embalmer plus state of the art animatronics.

  • penpal

    We need a government that isn’t afraid to crack down on the greed of these megachurches. A decent start would be to stop treating them as non-profits when they’re clearly money-making, profit-driven corporations.

  • safari
  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    I remember heart warming stories when these religious freaks would be run out of the whole state.

  • AmeriCanadian

    This is all perfectly acceptable in a fascist theocracy, toward which the U.S. appears to be heading faster than ever.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IETm_lVIHR8

  • greenmanTN

    Damn. And here I am without my shocked face.

  • iambu

    This exact thing ALMOST happened to my great aunt who’s very Catholic and has moderate-severe dementia. She thought the preacher on TV was gonna tell Jesus to send her to hell if she didn’t mail the man all of her money. Her son and daughter-in-law couldn’t talk he out of it, so they sent in my mom to explain that a) the preacher wasn’t Catholic – a big deal to my aunt – and b) even if he was, it’s a trick to take her money, Jesus doesn’t want her money, and she’s not going to go to hell. These people prey on the elderly and the ill and it’s fucking monstrous.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    An organization dedicated to grifting the gullible is being sued for grifting the gullible? I’m shocked!!!

    In other news, doing my part to kill off assholes on twitter…
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2d2cf0f5f5ab20f069b2c22c55b4e3fddb87e10b354c52bc79b3b91a85e69d0a.png

    • Tread

      I do the same thing on Facebook. Sadly, Facebook tolerates fake profiles and racist, bigoted posts way more than they should.

    • boatboy_srq

      BRAVA!

  • worstcultever

    This hits me hard, as I was just informed this morning of my beloved elder sister’s death. She was 68 and had early onset Alz.

    Fortunately she was a navy vet and had been in a vet care facilitly in San Diego for several years. Also had an excellent son who kept on top of things.

    A story like this makes me want to just burn down the fucking world.

    Anway, off to take a walk and cry some more

    • Tawreos

      Sorry for your loss, we are all here if you need anything.

    • Boreal

      Sorry to hear.

    • iambu

      **sending all the hugs**

    • PickyPecker
    • Treant
    • Bambino
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    • Joe in PA
    • Ragnar Lothbrok

      Peace to you and yours.

    • JeauxFan

      So so so sorry …

    • Tread

      I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family.

    • kareemachan

      My mother also had early onset. It’s harder than HELL to deal with. Along with the fact that my father was so much more dependent on her than anybody realized (we always thought he was the strong one in the relationship), and it basically killed him.

      tl;dr – my heart goes out to you.

      • Joe in PA

        And even if it’s not “early onset”, or even dementia. How do you care for someone that is acting like a child that is not a child?

        (from personal experience)

    • boatboy_srq

      [[HUG]]

      [holds older-worstcultever-sib in the light]

    • ColdCountry

      I am so sorry to hear the news. {{{{hugs}}}}

    • RobynWatts

      😞 (((Hugs))) I’m very sorry for your loss.

    • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

      I’ve got no memes or pics to share, but I am truly sorry for your loss and hope all your memories of her sustain you in only the best way.

      • bzrd

        you have pix of your cute dog

        • Xiao Ai: The Social Gadfly

          Well, techinically I’m sharing his pic of us that I scanned from his wallet.

          😄

    • Ben in Oakland

      Sorry for your loss. You’re lucky you can feel that way. I can’t.

      • Mihangel apYrs

        wrong place

    • Mihangel apYrs

      no words can help, but the world is a beautiful place into which we are born to die. Watch the clouds, and the birds, feel the wind, and, yes, weep, and find your own peace in this loss, when you can

    • MT YVR

      Oh, darlin. (hug) Take care of yourself and I’m so sorry for your loss.

    • vorpal

      Sorry for your loss, worstcultever. Take care and be well.

    • bzrd

      So very sad, worstcultever. It’s a hard one for me, my father died five years ago today. I lived with him and helped out the lasts years of his life but he was 93 not a young 68. I miss our conversations, he knew so much.
      Sorry,
      bzrd

    • ZRAinSWVA

      So sorry for your loss. A truly horrible thing, Alzheimers.

    • Sporkfighter

      Yeah . . . my father died in October of Alzheimer’s. He’d watched his mother die after a series of strokes, and that sort of degeneration was his greatest fear. He told me then that he’d go to the beach and swim into the ocean rather than that. By the time he had a diagnosis, it was to late. Assisted suicide anywhere in the US requires competence, which is what he didn’t have.

      It’d been five years, maybe more, since he’d called me by my name.

    • Uncle Mark

      My deepest sympathies. It’s so unfair being robbed of your sister twice. Don’t grieve through this alone; please reach out to us if you are alone

    • edrex

      i am sorry to hear of your loss. turn to us as needed for distraction, humor or to talk about how your doing.

    • RichRob

      You’re not alone. I’m walking with you. My husband just died in November at age 64.

      • bzrd

        Sorry to hear that, RichRob

      • Richard, another Canuck

        Hugs to you RichRob…

      • whollyfool

        Way way too young. 🙁

        Big hugs 🙁

      • Lux

        Very sorry for your loss, RichRob.

    • TuuxKabin

      Condolences worstcultever, to you, your family and all who know and love your sister.

    • Nychta

      So sorry to hear about this. I hope it’s a comfort to you that your sister had good care and family support.

    • Richard, another Canuck

      So sorry to hear WCE. Hugs to you.

    • whollyfool

      I am so sorry.

      This year can’t end fast enough. 🙁

    • ArchiLaw

      My warmest thoughts to you.

    • TuuxKabin
    • RobertaK

      My mother-in-law just passed away last month at 85, but she was sharp as a tack up to the last few weeks when she just got too weak and stopped eating. She would have never been taken in by a TV huckster minister — she had her own church that ministered to her weekly already. (Episcopalian — her parish’s rector was studying for the Catholic priesthood till he fell in love, so left the Catholics to get married — his husband is now the church webmaster. 🙂 )

      Blessings and peace to you and your family during your time of grief.

    • Lux

      So sorry to hear of your very sad loss. I have an elder sister (65) whom I’m very close to, I can only begin to imagine how hard this must be for you. Hugs, and my sincere condolences.

    • fuzzybits

      Hugs. ♥️♥️♥️

  • safari
  • Karl Dubhe 2

    More proof that some Christians really don’t believe what they’re selling.

    If you really believed in Christ, (or any sort of afterlife, for that matter) would you rob an old woman?

    • iambu

      There are pretty specific instructions in the bible about taking care of widows and orphans. It’s basically: do the exact opposite of this bullshit.

    • Ben in Oakland

      You can believe in Christ AND want to get rich.

      I myself can believe six impossible things before breakfast

  • dcurlee

    Angley has been a scam artist for years. I hope he rots and anyone that would do this to that poor woman

    • AmeriCanadian

      He should be in jail.

      • andrew

        All those scamvangelists should be in prison but unfortunately they are protected by the courts interpretation of the 1st amendment.

  • Boreal

    OT:

    Twitter VP Admits: Verification System ‘Broken From Top to Bottom’
    https://www.thedailybeast.com/twitter-vp-admits-verification-system-broken-from-top-to-bottom

    • Treant

      The answer seems simple. If it’s broken, get rid of it and build a new one from bottom to top.

      This is why I’m not popular in meetings. “We can’t do that!” “But you just told me none of it works and it isn’t effective.” “We can’t do that!”

      • Boreal

        I don’t use twatter but it is such a massive platform you would think they might have someone competent on staff.

        • Tread

          Like Facebook, they rely on algorithms to police their users because they’re too fucking cheap to hire actual people.

          • AmeriCanadian

            No better than “security through obscurity”.

          • Boreal

            That way you don’t have to pay for inconveniences like salaries or health care for employees.

          • Joe in PA

            I was just about to say just that. Bare minimum to keep the doors open and the $$ flowing in.

          • Tread

            But more money for Mark Zuckerberg, right?

          • Boreal

            Indeed, you can’t buy your 4th, 5th or 6th vacation home if you have to pay employees.

        • Treant

          In my experience, most of these things are understaffed, the staff they have is overworked, and once the idea is established the level of innovation is practically zero. Which means they go from innovative to established to old-fashioned to gone and purchased for a pittance.

          It’s the negative side effects of having a typical Libertarian owner.

        • Bambino

          It’s not a high tech company. It’s only an app. There is no social element in the so call social network app. Just like Uber does not own the vehicles or employed the drivers, the same as Air bnb which does not owned all the guest houses.

          • Ben in Oakland

            From James miche er’s Hawaii:

            Own nothing. Control everything.

          • Bambino

            If you read or watch American Gods, that is exactly what is happening in America. The nation is being control by the old and new gods of belief.

  • Joe in PA

    Remember when Ivanka used the phrase “special place in hell“?

    Here you go.

  • Ninja0980

    If there is a hell, people who prey on the elderly and infirm such as this poor woman will hopefully end up there.

    • Bambino

      There is no heaven nor hell. That’s why religion is the longest running scam in the human history.

  • William

    Vultures.

  • Boreal
    • AmeriCanadian

      The greatest and longest running con ever. I’m so “borrowing” this graphic!

  • Joe in PA

    Cook County fighting to reclaim that money.

    They should be going after more than just HER stolen money…why the fuck don’t they shut them down altogether?

  • Jefe5084

    Any crime in Jeebus name is not a crime, it’s a blessing and Jeebus working in mysterious ways /s

    In reality it’s corrupt carnival barkers who don’t believe in their Bible or have a moral compass of any sort but love a good grift and steal.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ccbad27fd015e6551d959d99f595a9f2d0b6105105edb09d3e8c89a0f279d75a.jpg ,

    • Joe in PA

      If I hear the phrase “we can’t possibly understand God”. His infinite wisdom…

      Arrrrggghhh. Insanity.

  • Gustav2

    AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Televangelist Ernest Angley has long controlled members of his Akron-area congregation by advising them not to have children, shunning those who leave the church and using free labor at his for-profit buffet restaurant and television station, according to a two-month newspaper investigation.

    The Akron Beacon Journal published a series of articles starting last week after interviewing more than 20 former members of Grace Cathedral in the Akron suburb of Cuyahoga Falls. Some of those interviewed described Angley’s church as a cult.

    By – Associated Press – Tuesday, October 21, 2014

    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/oct/21/reports-televangelist-urged-vasectomies-abortion/

    • Joe in PA

      Wow, that story appeared in the Washington Times?

      • Gustav2

        Yes, even they know it he is a scam.

        • Gustav2

          Depending whom you ask, one of two things is happening at the big Cuyahoga Falls church run by legendary television evangelist Ernest Angley:

          • The devil himself has infiltrated the church, and Angley, who is a prophet of God, has been working tirelessly to fight him off.

          • Angley’s church is a dangerous cult where pregnant women are encouraged to have abortions, childless men are encouraged to have vasectomies and Angley — who preaches vehemently against the “sin” of homosexuality — is himself a gay man who personally examines the genitals of the male parishioners before and after their surgeries. They also say he turns a blind eye to sexual abuse by other members of his church.

          https://www.ohio.com/akron/lifestyle/ernest-angley-s-grace-cathedral-rocked-by-accusations-involving-abortions-and-vasectomies

          • Randy503

            “ The devil himself has infiltrated the church, and Angley, who is a prophet of God, has been working tirelessly to fight him off.”

            Then just walk away and find another place where you don’t have so much drama.

          • TominDC

            > who personally examines the genitals of the male parishioners before and after their surgeries

            I… wha…??!?

            On some level, I’m impressed that he managed to get the flock to go along with that.

          • BobSF_94117

            I may have to rethink this whole atheism thing. I had no idea cock was involved in Christianity. Well, besides pedo cock.

      • BobSF_94117

        That was my reaction, too. But it’s a AP story. Pretty surprising they picked it up, though.

    • jerry

      How is this asshole even still alive? Though I’ve never watched his show, I remember everyone mocking it when I was in HS. In the attached show opening from 1981 (my senior year), it mentions he had already been minister there for 21 years…oh, and he really sets off the gaydar.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mcb2lion5qs

      • andrew

        How weak and simple minded must the people be who allow themselves to be controlled and fleeced by that freak?

  • Ben in Oakland

    They promised to pay her back with thoughts and prayers. What,s wrong with you people?

    • Jonathan Smith

      will thoughts and prayers pay my rent? put food on table?

      • Tomcat

        Sorry that is not our problem. signed the church.

      • Ben in Oakland

        Sure. And a teddy bear. And pay your Grindr tab.

      • For most of us those thoughts and prayers don’t work. But for a select group of people, the religious grifters, those thoughts and prayers not only put food on the table but one fabulous roof over their heads.

    • WiMountainBear

      Tots & Pears

  • Natty Enquirer

    This is the beauty of the Jesus con: you can’t prove that heaven and eternal bliss don’t exist. Fraudsters will continue to get away with their crimes so long as we privilege religious and supernatural delusions.

    • kanehau

      Nothing we have ever discovered about our universe so far has required a deity to explain. This goes even to cosmological hypothesis for universe formation.

      Until we find one thing that can only explained by a deity – there is no heaven… there is no eternal bliss.

      It’s that easy actually.

      • Natty Enquirer

        For a rational mind, yes. In a courtroom case of fraud, no.

  • John Calendo

    Ernest Angley doing a “miracle healing” through the TV set.
    (By the age of 50, every man gets the face he deserves.) https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4ed26eb79fc454e7c26e0c071622f339c667a629b7bc8be176df396b8e096ab0.jpg

  • A) I wish more “churches” like this were being sued all over the nation (and I’m willing to put up with all the whining of how this is an attempt to “outlaw” Christianity, rather than a focus on “Christian outlaws.”
    B) Given all the tax cuts the Rs are giving to corporations and their eroding of Church and State, I certainly wish the tax exempt status of Churches should be removed.
    C) My only discomfort is assuming the effort of the public guardian is to transfer the money from the telegrifters to the state government caretaking. Oh, well, the result will be the same, even if the motivation isn’t about religious scams.

  • vorpal

    I see she gets her makeup done at the same paint shop that Sarah Huckabee-Sanders goes to.

    • Tor

      But Sarah isn’t in her 70’s and living with dementia. Yet.

    • RoFaWh

      It comes in spray cans under the brand name “Krylon”.

  • HZ81

    God sure does have a lot of dick followers. I hope her family sues the shit of them.

  • Jerry Kott

    Another example of Christian Love?

  • Tomcat

    With the help of the lord jesus christ I unburden you of your life savings, now go in piece.

    • bzrd

      the lard wants me to have another airplane

      • And a much bigger house, this measly 5,000 square foot house isn’t much of a testament to his almighty power and grander.

  • Randy503

    My doctor has long experience in in this and he and his wife (the nurse and office manager) told me in no uncertain terms that he OFTEN gets a religious person to bring in an elderly patient and ask that he or she be declared incompetent. In almost all cases, the patient is just old and a bit forgetful but otherwise fine, so my doctor refuses to make the declaration.

    He knows that they will just go out and find a more compliant doctor, but he knows that the real is so that this religious person will gain power of attorney and then drain their finances. They have stressed to me it’s no religion is exempt — they have had catholic priests, rabbis, ministers, faith healers, everyone under the sun.

    It’s disgusting. When you get old and if you have any assets worth anything, do NOT seek comfort from religion! You can bet your last dollar that if you have a million in the bank, that homophobic priest will become your best friend so he can get rob you of it.

  • Mrs. Councillor Nugent

    My New year’s gift to myself, having just turned 66, with no family left to speak of: Health Care Proxy, Durable Power of Attorney, Court-Appointed Legal Guardian (if needed), Executor and Sole Beneficiary, Deposition of Remains. The proposed has tacitly agreed, but we need to discuss the ins and outs once all ties –as of 12-29–as my PCP are severed. I may lose a trusted doctor, but gain a Trustee.

  • Stev84

    Controlling and extorting people with the promise of an afterlife is all organized religion is about. Even when not taken to such extremes

  • Greg B.

    Christianity is the biggest scam in the history of mankind.

    • Tor

      I think you could say that about most religions. Religion is the biggest scam in the history of mankind.

      • Jean-Marc in Canada

        Agreed, in the west it’s Christianity, but it’s far from being the only culprit.

      • JCF

        Scammy belief-systems are scammy.

  • Tor

    In Matthew 19, Jesus said “honor your father and mother.” That is an order, not a suggestion. It means we must honor our seniors, be sure they are fed well, are comfortable, have Medicare and Social Security. It does not mean to rip them the fuck off. Fucking churches.

  • I hope that Cook County gets her money back, plus damages, and has the court agree to crack open the “church” books to see what other elderly person they have grifted out of their life savings.

    • RoFaWh

      Let’s hope for hefty punitive damages at that.

  • Separation of church and state doesn’t mean that the government in local, state or federal courts can’t investigate and take to court religious leaders who bilk millions of dollars from people. It also doesn’t mean the courts should turn a blind eye to abuse, and for the most part they do.

  • jmax

    The pastor of the Baptist church I attended as a child had a well-to-do member change her will a few months before her death, leaving her property and money to him personally instead of the church as had been previously arranged. When the trustees of the church confronted him, he promptly retired and moved to a lake home he had bought with the inheritance.

    Watching the trustees and minister fighting over a dead widow’s money – reason #285 why I became an atheist.

  • Dean

    I’m very sorry for your loss.

  • Bj Lincoln

    I grew up 20 miles from that church. Back before cable, there was not much on Sundays .We would get high, turn down the sound and say the worst things. It was so much fun! I recommend watching him and listen to the way he speaks. It is a riot!

    • LeeCMH

      Oh so true.

      Way, way back oh about 1980, we had a breakfast and mimosa “make fun at Earnest Angley” party. Be healed!

      Oh, yes, we got high (along with the mimosas), tuned into Earnest’s Sunday broadcast and had a real good laugh.

      In Earnest’s voice[probably the most frequent approach to a deaf person]:
      To a deaf person: Can you say baby, baby, baby. You’re healed!

      Alternative (again using Earnest’s voice) [he actually said this]:
      To a deaf person: In the name of our lord and savior Jeeeeeesusa, turn-up the volummmmme.

      We were in stitches.

    • JCF

      Eeek.

    • fuzzybits

      I used to do that with a friend years ago.

  • BeaverTales

    Is anyone really surprised that a church would do this to someone with poor decisionmaking ability….is relatively wealthy, alone and vulnerable?

    • Jean-Marc in Canada

      Not in the least.

  • stuckinthewoods

    Good for Chicago. This year I was named legal guardian of a friend who was also defrauded of more than $500,000, this time by a gay couple in Sarasota. Our friend relationship was what we recognize as “fag hag” and the gay couple knew her that way too. I didn’t know them but heard her mention their names without comprehending what they were doing until I came across hundreds of thousands in cashiers check stubs. She had dementia and they’d call and tell her she had promised to send them a check, and she couldn’t remember – so that might work several times a day. Now whenever I read here, “we’re better than they are” I think, “no, we’re not.”
    Try explaining “fag hag” to the authorities. “And how are you related to this woman?”

    • BobSF_94117

      I hope you’re working with authorities and attorneys to get them.

      • stuckinthewoods

        The first thing I did was contact the police in her county to open an investigation. The problem is that she wrote the checks, which is quite often the stumbling block in these cases.
        She believes one of them is her husband. They’re married to each other.

  • LeeCMH

    Aren’t they goooooooooooooood Christians.

    • JCF

      -ists.

    • RJ Bone

      They’re great at it.

      That was not sarcasm.