Tuesday, February 10, 2009


This has been cropping up around the Intarwebz lately, so I thought I would put in my two cents.

The Passion 4 Christ Movement is concerned about today's youth. Specifically, they're concerned that today's teens are spending far too much time aligning their warp nacelles (nudge nudge wink wink), a behavior they object to because, well, some old Israeli patrician refused to honor his societal obligations to his late brother's widow. This they take to mean that a godly person lets her warp nacelles get badly out of alignment; but I digress.

Passion 4 Christ had a problem; they wanted to reach out to teens. Perhaps, they thought, teens could be reached through something they enjoyed. They then blithely waved off all the evidence that teens tend to ignore adults who try to appear to be "with it." What is it, they ask, that teens on the net find cool?

That's right: T-Shirts!

And ... hold on. What's that guy doing? Is that a hand sign? Is that the shocker?



Ahem. Excuse me. Where was I?

And routine polishing of one's warp intermix column isn't the only problem that can be solved through admitting one's sins to the world via upbeat casual clothing.


And this is at the bottom of their promotional page.

Could they have more of a tin ear? Or the equivalent, whatever that may be? Passion 4 Christ Movement, this isn't helping your image.


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