Monday, January 18, 2010

We Are Not Amused

(But nor are we surprised.)

"Speechless," tweets pourmecoffee, about this story of "[c]oded references to New Testament Bible passages about Jesus Christ … inscribed on high-powered rifle sights provided to the United States military by a Michigan company …"

I'm going to place this one squarely in the shocked-shocked category, with the extra dry pronunciation, but you know what? Stop doing that, Trijicon. Your Bronze Age superstitions are making other Bronze Age people even more angry with us, to absolutely no purpose.



Anonymous said...

You might as well give up this battle and instead stock in some lentils and instant coffee. People of Earth are itching for a global religious war and seemed determined to make it come about. Probably something to do with the DNA feeling the need to mix and max in the face of all these political boundaries.

Anyway, the odds of it happening are about 60/40 for, in my estimate.

bjkeefe said...

Mmmm, maybe. I guess I feel some battles are worth continuing to fight no matter how low the odds of winning.

And as far as instant coffee goes, I'd rather be dead. ;^)