Sinners, beware -- Jesus don't want you driving Stemmons Freeway or any other part of Interstate 35, from Laredo to Duluth. Seems the highway's due for a "purity siege," anyway -- a big ol' street-cleaning scheduled in coming End of Days to rid Pat Robertson and Dallas-based Heartland World Ministries' "Highway of Holiness" of the unclean, course, complete with 24-hour "prayer rooms." Only, now how will I get to the Penthouse Key Club? --Robert Wilonsky
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