You just know this marketing scheme isn’t going to end well. Two Seattle twenty-somethings have begun selling “Reservations in Heaven.” Although the pair claim the idea is a gag gift, much like naming a star in the cosmos after someone, their Web site, Reserve a Spot in Heaven.com, is drawing some fire. There are two levels available: the “Essential Travel Kit” for $12.79, and the “All Access Travel Kit” for $15.95. But at least one visitor to the site seems a tad peeved. They wrote: “I wish you the worst and hope you suffer, because that monetary pool of happiness that you swim in on mother earth will soon be fire and hot lava in the dungeons of hell. May Christ purge the devil from within you. May the devil be gone!” Man, that seems a bit harsh.