Wednesday, September 9, 2009

What Would Jesus Drive?

Here is another in a series of notable billboards along I-30 between Dallas and Commerce, TX. In the recent past I've posted similar advertising curiosities in the Gallery of the Absurd, e.g., the Texas Beach Club, freaky Taco Boy, and Texas-style low-cost divorces. Now another stupid billboard joins the ranks:

I'm not exactly sure what the connection is between Jesus being the answer and RV sales. Does Jesus drive one of these things? If so, how does he make sense of his philosophy and the gas-guzzling nature of this recreation, which could be interpreted as immoral? Is Jesus the best deal in Texas, or is it the RV? Or is Jesus actually an RV, sent here to save us from high-priced camping? If so, why do we need to make a decision between the new and used version? And just what is a used Jesus? Questions to ponder, indeed.
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