I was looking for lawn maintenance services here in Georgia and found this website that looks like it belongs to a lawn care company, but reading the text on the page it seems like a...some kind of parody about an individual, for lack of better word...
The individual in this case is supposedly a JW but had cheated on his wife and got disfellowshipped (during that time he also divorced her, and claimed to his friends in the congregation that she divorced him). After he was taken back to the congregation, he married another JW. On the page the person says:
The thing about Jehovah's Witnesses though is that it pays to have in-laws as elders. You see, that thing that Jesus said, it wouldn't allow me to legally get married again. My second wife, sure, she can. But if they really implemented those rules as Jesus spoke them, my current marriage would be adultery.
But what I wanted to ask is, would JWs really have blocked this dude from being married again, if he now had committed "adultery"?
The URL to the site (it seems to be only one long page) is: smileytreeservice.pro