Anyone else think those jesus ads should be done for false advertising? Isn't Jesus about god making a son to die on the cross? And did god miss the memo to turn the wind down on the day of the skywriting over the weekend? It was blown away in a matter of minutes. That's charity money well spent! Whatever will the pope buy his bling with over xmas? But back to the ads at bus stops: They're obviously trying to get kids into church so they can start funnelling money out of a younger crowd (a la hillsong happy clapper cult). I reckon they should be held to the same standards as commercial ads because they're pushing a product: Jesus. And he wants your cash (just try and get through a church service without getting shaken down for cash). The one about the R.I.P. "Thanks for looking after mum Jesus now that I can't" should probably be followed up with the natural conclusion: Anyone else reckon they should keep their superstitious rubbish in their churches and safely away from children?