I do buy Xmas presents for my family each year. I like Xmas, just not the religious nonsense. One of the things I bought was a scarf for my mother. I found it on the net, clicked Buy and that was that. Or so I thought.

The dingbat owner sent me three emails about my purchase -- and included bible verses on each! I was flabbergasted. I bought a scarf, not bible verses. I complained and the woman who answered included new bible verses with each email about the problem!

I can just imagine how this creature would react if she bought, say, an electronic item and the emails she was sent to confirm the purchase had anti-god messages. I brought this up with her but of course she saw no similarity. After all, what she was sharing was "good."

Ugh. To all the christians: ugh.

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Comment by Keith O'Connor on December 12, 2010 at 9:16pm

I love the comments and had never thought of slinging a verse back. Weird idea and maybe I'll try it. There are so many wonderfully crazy things in the bible. Thanks to all for commenting.

Comment by Maverick Jester on December 12, 2010 at 1:24pm

I live in the south eastern United States. Down the street from me is a small business that sells/rents to own storage shed. Outside the store is a sign that only has a bible verse on it. The sign says nothing about the company or its hours but in big bold letters is that one verse. What is odd is that I am pretty certain that the verse has nothing to do with the type of business that sells storage sheds.

 

I don't get offended by the verse, but I know that if my business  had a statement in support of skeptics on a sign, people would call me antiChristian.

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