More Signage Evangelism in our small town. These handmade signs pop up on a regular basis and they always have a “compelling” message. I love this sign. It is soooo appropriate. We should be afraid of the verichip in the same way we were afraid of bar codes in the 70’s and 80’s. Look at the power the anti-Christ has with bar codes. Sheesh.
Now that the bar code has been with us for some time, the shift is on. It is not bar codes per se, but now it is bar codes in conjunction with implantable chips (read about this pablum here). This is the equivalent of Christian grafitti, it is a blight on the environment and most municipalities don’t allow this sort of signage. Since I live in the “county” there are less controls. nonetheless, the foil border is a nice touch of class.
The VeriChip is the new “projected” tool of the anti-Christ, his means of controlling what we buy and sell. In essence, what left-behinders have done in the last few decades has been to brand any sort of technological achievement as a sign of the end times. As things become better, they call them worse.
News flash to all who oppose technology: Evil people in positions of power have used whatever means available to them to control and abuse their subjects. We have nothing to fear from technology, only the people who may misuse it. Hence, the VeriChip is a potentially helpful and therefore beneficial or potentially misusable and therefore harmful piece of technology. So was fire. Fire is used to warm us, cook, heat our water, and fire was used to burn Christians. I oppose fire.
Staying with the same theme of stupid signs; who is it that needs this sign? Notice the step by step instructions! The sign also implies that washing is optional for non-employees. Some of you probably take it that way. What particular educational system failed to tell us how to properly wash our hands? This photo was taken at the Starbucks in Granada Hills, but I think it is in all Starbucks. Is there not a hand washing section for Starbucks employees in their employee handbook? Do they not cover it in orientation? Are they hiring kindergartners??? And for all you slobs out there who forgot the basics of personal hygene, the foundation of a civilized people is: WASH YOUR HANDS!!!!
If you are easily offended, stop reading here.
For all you Boston Legal fans, do you remember when Alan Shore first meets Shirley Schmidt? It is in the men’s restroom at the firm, and Alan extends his hand without washing his hand- a response to her inappropriate intrusion into the men’s room – and says “don’t worry, I have a very clean p$@#s”. Trust me, you are not that clean.