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May 11, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Squishy ball thing

by Feòrag

Chaplain Pat had a dream, and the result was not equality under the law, but the PrayBall:

All he wanted was to find a way for people to know the blessings that prayer will bring into their lives by healing from the inside out.

But PrayBall's powers do not extend to healing apostrophes:

PrayBall, is a spiritual device to evoke peace energy in you. Imagine PrayBall as a direct link to the heavens that brings your mind to the present moment, and relaxes your body for prayer, any time you want. PrayBall works on mind and body, as well as spirit, interconnecting you and GOD. The concept is similar to a rosary, prayer beads, and other prayer connecting objects, but it's space age materials, and shape are also a reminder to speak with GOD frequently and comfortably. So, pass the ball to a friend.

Those of you with Flash might like to leave a comment as to whether the Interview with God is as exciting as it sounds.

Posted in Religious Tat at 22:12. Last modified on November 24 2008 at 13:07.
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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | May 12, 2004 4:15 AM

You've got to love Chaplain Pat's grasp of the limited intelligence of his targeted consumer group. He's charging $14.95 (plus postage) for a give away promotional item.

Now if only he could harness that stupidity for good instead of evil.

And it's nice to see the term squishy ball is universal. I now feel the need to fondle my squishy cow.

2: Posted by: Lawrence of Cyberia | May 12, 2004 5:10 AM

The Interview With God is fantastic. So long as your're into syrupy platitudes that sound as if they have been copied out of a Hallmark greeting card. And if you don't mind the piercing and repetitive soundtrack that causes an agonising headache after the twentieth repetition.

3: Posted by: pericat | May 13, 2004 9:02 AM

I was moved, truly, by the deep and abiding wells'pring of joy and insightfulnes's expressed within that s'imple, but effective, not to mention effectively simple, composition known a's Interview with God, subtitled I Dream of Genie.

At least the s'oundtrack didn't worm it's way so far into my consciousnes's as to convince me to spend $14.95U'S for a bean-filled bal'loon.