Sailor lost at sea?

Interesting
Why skeptics think a South Carolina sailor lied about being lost at sea for 66 days
http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/04/05/why-skeptics-think-a-south-carolina-sailor-lied-about-being-lost-at-sea-for-66-days/?tid=hybrid_experimentrandom_1_na

Jordan told the Daily Mail that he attributes his survival to prayer, reading the Bible cover to cover and reviewing the End Time prophecies.
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Next, he’ll mount a speaking tour to Christians on the power of prayer.
Cha Ching!

This made me think of some of the news reports in the past week regarding the seasonal return of tornadoes. They always seem to interview someone who survived a direct hit by a tornado on their home and claims that “someone was looking out for me”. I can’t help but wonder why they aren’t screaming at that “someone” for throwing a tornado at their house int he first place. If someone threw a rock at your head would you get on your knees and sing their praises because it missed by a hair?

His story seems a bit half-baked. When I saw him interviewed I had the sense he was thinking up answers on the fly.

Jordan told the Daily Mail that he attributes his survival to prayer, reading the Bible cover to cover and reviewing the End Time prophecies.
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More reason to be skeptical. Lois