Perdition in Pink: Religious Groups Protest Release of Pink Quija Board

Religious groups are sounding the alarm over the release of a soul-sucking, spirit-crushing new product released by those heathens at Hasbro. It is a pink version of the Ouija board that has corrupted millions of children in this country and turned them into satanic, soulless zombies. All that for just $19.99!

Stephen Phelan, communications director for Human Life International, is alerting families to the new edition designed to appeal to young girls. Lord only knows what answers the “spirits” will spell out for girls. One can easily imagine the spirits spelling out “Join N.O.W.” or “Read About Bella Abszug.”

Religious conservatives have launched a boycott, here.

Phelan warns that it is a “dangerous spiritual game . . . It’s not Monopoly. It really is a dangerous spiritual game and for [Hasbro] to treat it as just another game is quite dishonest.” He reminded young girls that the Bible says “not to mess with spirits” and that they could endanger their souls. (I cannot remember the “don’t mess with spirits” thing in the Bible but I do recall the mention of Hasbro in the Book of Revelation in discussing the Biblical Beast:

Revelation 13:16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to play Quija:
Revelation 13:17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he first spell the name of the Hasbro, or the number of his name on Quija.
Revelation 13:18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six which shall be spelled out in Quija at night during pajama parties and the little beasties shall be told not to tell their parents.

Phelan insists, for good reason, that “[a]ll Christians should know, well everyone should, that it’s opening up a person to attack, spiritually.” I wish I had a nickel for every drug addict and prostitute that I have met in criminal cases who decry the night their friends brought over that Quija board.

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28 thoughts on “Perdition in Pink: Religious Groups Protest Release of Pink Quija Board”

  1. hello to every one – hope yous had a good one – pity we didnt get snow was all prepared wi sledges kids loving it any ways , all the best for 2012 – michael

  2. I’ve been tired of MW2.. I can’t wait for Black Ops! I just registered to get my copy of Call of Duty Black Ops before release… yeaaa!!

    The single player FFA modes are gonna be sooo sick!

  3. The whole nick seems appropriate, LK.

    If one wishes to throw aspersion upon the RCC, nuns causing homosexuality is some kind of weird stick to be hitting with. Especially when you can point to their Hide-the-Pedophile Priest Whack-A-Mole Game, which has the “benefit” of being an actual causally connected scandal. I’m willing to bet since as a statistical matter there have been homosexuals long before there were nuns that there is no correlation between the two. I’m all for not cutting the RCC any slack, but only when they deserve it. The nuns aren’t getting any more of a fair shake here than AR is getting. What’s next? Nuns cause blue eyes and beauty marks?

  4. Amon Re 1, February 7, 2010 at 11:37 pm

    Ha yeah right Im gay because of bad experiences with a nun

    Here is it, Ha, meaning you are Happy. Aren’t Gay people Happy? yeah right, just confirming how happy you are. The you explain why you are gay. Im gay because of bad experiences with a nun.

    I think it is clear.

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