A Handy Map Of Hell

From Creative Minority Report


Found this here. Ht Debby Witt

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  1. Is it available on GPS? LOL! Scotju

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  2. I love your map of Hell! Funny, yet, scary!

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  3. I think Ms. Witt forgot the southern artery is the I-80 running from San Francisco up the East Bayside corridor past Berzerkley.
    Yikes, I hope that if the GPS moves to the South/East of Purgatory we would see the Pearly Gates! I suppose Purgatory has to be adjacent to Hell for residual heat, sigh.

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  4. Change the 101 the 405 during rush hour, and it's probably pretty accurate.

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  5. They forgot to add the DMV,the waiting room in doctor's offices, etc.

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  6. I like to think of purgatory as a part of heaven, not hell.

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  7. A complete lie! Where is D.C.'s I-95?

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  8. Thanks. I misplaced mine and wound up all lost in the supermarket...

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  9. Dante gave descriptions of various levels that to him corresponded to various sins. Note that many popes and bishops of his day were assigned to some of the lower levels.
    But I LOLd on "room where you have to give a cat a bath." (barehanded, No gloves or arm-protection allowed!)
    TeaPot562

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  10. "A complete lie! Where is D.C.'s I-95?"

    It's on a lower level of Hell. Ripped off from the map along with the complete Washington - Boston I-95 corridor. On this level of Hell most travelers will be stuck somewhere on the Jersey turnpike waiting to cross the GWB, unable to breath, unable to move, noxious odors filling the air for all of eternity... evil laughter...ha, ha, ha! Oh wait! No, that's just my ride when I go to visit the in-laws, forgetaboutit.

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  11. What?! No accordions in hell? Inconceivable!

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  12. It is not very nice to assume someone is in HELL, (Hitler or anyone) we are to hate the evil, not the person. WE need to pray for all of mankind. The map is not very Catholic like.

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  13. Very amusing. But, Purgatory is Heaven's waiting room. It's got nothing to do with Hell. This is the problem: too many Catholics think Purgatory is connected to Hell not Heaven.

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  14. Where's the PA System blaring out a blend of Barry Manilow, Justin Bieber, and Celine Dion?

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  15. Whatm no Stalin condo?

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  16. Have you seen "The Onion's" pithy piece on the newly added 10th circle?? My dh and I just had a conversation over this past weekend we could have entitled "What if Dante wrote The Inferno today?"

    While it is true that we don't know if anyone is 'in hell', it does us well to accept that some people are and we should do everything we can not to end up with an address there.

    But come on? Arby's?? Denny's is infinitely worse!

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  17. Manning the Customer Service desk of a major department store on a Saturday night, the first day of the Biggest Sale of the Season!

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  18. Will someone please give Sr. Keehan a copy of this map. I mean I think there's ample room in Satan's mansion for one more.

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  19. I think you forgot Las Vegas on there.

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  20. They left out the Riverhead expresway on Long Island and I-29 in the Midwest.

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  21. You forgot "living with the in-laws." I'm experiencing that hell on earth as we speak. I'm convinced there's some place in the Catechism stating that one shall get a certain number of years shaved off Purgatory if they have to live with the in-laws!

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  22. LOL!!! Love the "Dial up Internet Cafe"!!
    ;)

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  23. Wait!!! Arby's is in Hell? I mean... if you're telling me I can't get a Beef'n'Cheddar, Potato Cakes, and a Jamocha Shake in Heaven, I've got some serious sinning to do...

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