From the author: When a televangelist's gimmick threatens to backfire, he calls on an advertising man to come up with a bold new way to shear his flock.
by Stephen Dedman
Okay, you can blame me for the Philadelphia Experiment, and a lot of other things besides, but not Creation Geography. That wasn't my idea, I try not to get mixed up with deities, and I hadn't even heard of that particular lunacy until the phone rang at an obscene hour one morning. My hand and my mouth answered it automatically: that's what I pay them for. "Deere."
"Before you hang up," said Kurtz, "sixty-six."
I opened my eyes, saw the clock, and didn't...