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July 28, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Eternal Light Cross

by Feòrag

What a tasteful testimony to someone who has passed on - a battery-operated solar powered cemetery cross:

This lasting memorial is designed to fit in the vase at graveside for a gentle reminder of the love felt for that person.
A warm glowing light will illuminate the grave each night and give the grieving family comfort in knowing their loved one is not forgotten.
The durable maintenance free cross is made of weather resistant acrylic. It stands 14" tall (not including the ground mount) 10" wide and 3" in depth. The special solar cell allows for the batteries (included) to be recharged everyday.

The light isn't all that eternal though, so don't expect it to do much illuminating of long winter nights:

The Eternal Light Cross will illuminate for 5 hours or more depending on the time of year and amount of sunlight.
Each Eternal Light Cross comes with a one year warranty and a theft replacement offer.

Posted in Religious Tat at 19:49. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:42.
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1: Posted by: Richard | July 29, 2004 5:09 PM

I remember a girl I lived with getting a letter from one Dr. Roosevelt Franklin that began with this long nutty patter about how God had shown him a vision of her bedroom. And the electrical outlet in the bedroom and that she needed an electric Jesus nightlight for that outlet.

A few years later the Jesus nightlights joked up in the Archie McPhee catalog of joke novelty gifts.

Wax lyrical

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