Home » Religion » Hell’s Most Wanted: Sports Fans Hell’s Most Wanted: Sports Fans December 05.2008. 8 Comments Karen Methinks the sign holder’s a pastor who gets abandoned every September. Tweet Pin It Related Posts Damned if we do, damned if we don’t Someone at the Economist has a problem with atheists. According to the anonymous author of this piece we pick 13.12.2007.by Karen Evangelical Christianity may go *poof* Here’s some good news. It seems that even Christians are starting to doubt the continued existence of evangelical Christianity 11.03.2009.by Karen Olbermann on the passage of Prop 8 While I do not like Keith Olbermann, his recent special comment on the passage of prop 8 in California 11.11.2008.by Karen Comments nullifidian: December 5, 2008 I think the sign would be more efficient if it read "Everyone but me". Amanda: December 5, 2008 drunkard … check sports fan… check blasphemer…check fornicator…BIG CHECK I'm going to have to look up whoremonger… nullifidian: December 5, 2008 It's like an ironmonger or a fishmonger, where you mong whores instead of iron or fish. Probably. nullifidian: December 5, 2008 According to the closest dictionary to hand, the -monger suffix comes from Old English "mangere" by way of Germanic "mangian" from the Latin "mango" meaning 'dealer', so I would infer that a "whoremonger" would be a 'pimp', but that same dictionary gives a direct definition as "a person who has dealings with prostitutes". CMC. Karen: December 5, 2008 ‘whoremonger’ is a fancy religious word for ”trick‘. Karen: December 5, 2008 ‘whoremonger’ is a fancy religious word for trick‘. Karen: December 5, 2008 ‘whoremonger’ is a fancy religious word for ‘trick‘. Jill: December 7, 2008 Thanks so much for this post. What a hoot! As an Atheist American currently living outside the good ol' US of A, I sometimes miss these types of things when trolling the internet for Atheist-related topics. I'll be back to see what else you uncover.