You know those annoying disclaimers and legal statements that you have to scroll through and click "accept" before you can even install a simple program or game? Yeah, those long, boring and totally irrelevant screeds that no one ever reads or bothers to care about (other than getting rid of it to get to the game or program)?
Maybe you should read them, after all.
A computer game store put an extra couple clauses in their disclaimer statement that might make a few people upset -- because by opting in (which was the default option), they granted the company the right to claim the victim's soul.
Yes, over 7,500 people sold their soul to play a video game. And based on typical percentages here in the United States, that would mean over 5,500 Christians just lost out on their chance at a piece of heaven. I wonder if the flashing lights and funny noises that gave them a few minutes of fun were worth it?
And for those of you who aren't religious and don't give a damn about your immortal soul, there was a materialistic justification to read the whole thing, too. If you had opted out of the clause, it would have netted you a quick £5 voucher for the online store.