666 Stamped on Tax Form Prompts Man to Quit Job

Tennessee maintenance worker says accepting the W-2 would have condemned him to hell.
1:20 | 02/07/13

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-- -- -- Hard to believe. But Walters when nobody believes something other than dumb -- calls a disturbing number to keep appear at 666. He says he got it when he reported for work -- contact several years ago on his work I. Then it happened again and now a third time. Can go Mon -- Bissell pro why don't you -- for everybody this forms. Condemning. Us. -- -- -- -- -- 666. Again Paul Walters W twos and -- -- -- -- from Busan different conclusions a different system is different specialists -- working on this computer. Woods and -- -- system analysts -- could I don't mall. Walters worry about the number comes from a well known Bible verse in revelation so with 666. -- the mark of the beast he says he can't accept it. -- -- That don't accept -- papers. And a telephone bills and it then was number of them. I did speak with someone from context parent company who told -- they -- Walter back. They're offering to give him a new W two form and they've effectively banned the number 666 from being used anywhere in the company. And Clarksville on -- -- Nashville's news two.

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