On the 10th day of kitschmas my webmaster threw down on me – 10 Moses Action Figures (all clutching tablets of the 10 commandments in their patented kung-fu grip!).
Seriously, todays wandering into ‘Wadi Crapola‘ was made a bit amusing by some of the descriptions given for this particular item. Of note:
Recreate theTen Commandments with this 5 1/4″ hard plastic Moses Action Figure. It has moving arms and legs, as well as removeable shepherd’s staff and stone tablets. Moses info on the package too! – Giftoplois
A description that is only topped by this one:
The story of Moses has more action than a James Bond movie. Miracles, murder, plagues, escape, betrayal – his life was filled with dramatic events and exciting adventures. With our 5-1/4″ tall, hard plastic Moses Action Figure you can recreate the entire epic saga in the comfort of your own home.
Use the removeable shepherd’s staff and stone tablets to punish your roommate with God’s plagues or deliver the Ten Commandments to your little green army men. Comes with interesting Moses info on the back of his card. – StageFight.com
For me however, I’d suggest buying this Torah Toy as an object lesson in … wait for it …
Here are the first three just to whet your whistle:
- You shall have no text other than your churchâ€™s name, denomination, city and state correctly spelled in between the <title> tags of your churchâ€™s home page.
- You shall not make for your self webpage description and keywords meta tags that contain key words that are not related to your churchâ€™s ministries, purpose and personality.
- You shall have no text other than your churchâ€™s name, denomination, city and state correctly spelled in between the <h1> tag in the header of your churchâ€™s home page – even if you are using some form of CSS text/image replacement.
Now go be doers of the word, rather than mere readers!