Oct 8 2007A High Tech Cross For Jesus Lovers

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The WL777PB Blue LED Cross is a very high tech cross indeed. I mean, it has blue LEDs. Talk about futuristic. Not only that, it comes with fake diamonds and can be programmed to scroll whatever you want. They cost about $38, and are available from a Korean site that I couldn't read. I think I might get one. After all, nothing says "the devil is a punk bitch" better than a blue LED cross.

Blue LED Cross - religion needs a new message? [redferret]

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1st!

It looks ridiculous.

After celebrating my '1st' victory(!!), I am compelled to comment on how classy a tribute to Jebus this is.

Not only will it inspire deep contemplation of the teachings of Jesus and his disciples, it also answers a question man has dealt with since 1987;

What would Jesus have been nailed to if he were Robocop, and what would his followers wear thereafter?

Only $38? 50 Cent will pay $380,000 for one. He will have it scroll "Kanye Sucks" in his next music video.

even from a Christian stand point, this isn't the greatest idea. when faith or religion becomes someone's marketing scheme, its giving others a wrong message.

I don't think you've been paying attention to religion for the past thousand years, greg.

Screw the whole water in to wine. When is the J-man gonna start turning some mofoing water in to platinum and ice? I've been praying for a new grill for years and haven't seen shit....

#6...classic.
And oh so true.

LOL on the korean website it says something like His word and His love flows as an LCD display...wtf.

and that site isn't a christian store, its an LCD light online store. :/ They just made one of their LCDs into a cross shape..

Um, is it saying ESL, as in English as a Second Language?

wow, this is too awesome i could get one too.!!!

praise jesus!!!

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