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During the days of prohibition, an evangelist was preaching against the evils of alcohol. He demonstrated the destructive force of the demon drink by dropping a worm into a bottle of whiskey. By the time the worm hit the bottom of the bottle, the worm had died. The evangelist held up the bottle and displayed the dead worm. “Now what does this prove about alcohol?” A red-eyed brother in the back of the room staggered toward the front and exclaimed, “If you drink a lot of whiskey, you’ll never have worms!” Adapted from Bible in Pocket, Gun in Hand, by Ross Phares, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NE, 1964

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