All it takes is a breakfast cereal to trigger a confession?


Being for civil rights, for equality, and for science is so obviously anti-Christian. Why would want to be associated with Christianity then?

Yeah, I know Ham likes to pretend that views contrary to his are anti-science, but keep in mind that this is a guy whines when science points out that the Earth is over 6000 years old, that T. rex didn’t use its teeth to eat coconuts, and that humans showed up on Earth over 60 million years after dinosaurs went extinct.

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  1. consciousness razor says

    If he doesn’t want to live together with the likes of us, he should wonder why his merciful deity hasn’t already allowed him into eternal groveling land, in order to spare him this indignity.

  2. bcwebb says

    It’s not gay enough without the Bruce Jenner Wheaties cover. (Or Lougainis…) And no Lucky Charms with the unicorn box? I’m sure Ken Ham is fine with the unicorn. At least Froot Loops is accounted for – gotta keep the double entendre going. And we all wonder about captain Crunch Berries.

  3. Larry says

    Being irate at boxes of cereal with cartoon characters on them is no way to go through life, son.

  4. PaulBC says

    Let’s see. Trump’s policies are putting children is prisons in the US and greenlighting genocide in Syria. Kellogg’s has a “special pro-gay breakfast cereal.”

    Which do I care about? So hard to decide…

  5. wzrd1 says

    I’ve always found it odd about how some will go on and on about one law of Levi, while ignoring the rest.

  6. specialffrog says

    @wzrd1: I recall seeing a picture of a guy who had a tattoo of the Levitical passage prohibiting homosexuality. The passage prohibiting tattoos is less than two paragraphs away.

  7. Kip Williams says

    Without bothering to check (checking is for Poindexters!) I’ll hazard a guess that this product isn’t just mixing mascots, but shuffling these cereals together as well. The horror! Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes, Raisin Bran, Froot Loops, and (I’m gonna stab at this one) Cinnamon Toast Crunch! All in the bowl together, lubed up with milk–surely this is prohibited by the stern but loving God of Abraham!

  8. John Morales says

    It’s not the product, nor is it the box.

    It’s the marketing.

    (I notice it’s $20 per box. Pricey!)

  9. John Morales says

    Huh. And it contains 6 boxes of their regular products, which consumers have to mix for themselves.

    One box of six packets of sugary processed cereal product, $20 for 189 grams total content — that’s $48 per pound. Wow!

  10. zaledalen says

    And another irony meter goes spoing. Dr. Kellogg, a man so aghast at sexuality that he advocated circumcision for boys with no anesthetic so that they would forever associate pain with their genitals, and burning the clits of little girls with carbolic acid for the same reason, now having his name used to promoting a cereal as LBGTQ friendly. Well, people change I suppose.

  11. cartomancer says

    Is someone at Kellogg’s trying to summon the god of disturbing erotic fan art? Because that’s how you do it.

  12. jack16 says

    As a diabetic I never eat froot loops, I used to enjoy Captain Crunch’s jokes, “I stand on this guarantee.”.

    jack16

  13. llyris says

    So… there’s a problem with promoting a viewpoint that only affects a small minority of the population? How’s that concrete boat park going, again???

  14. bcwebb says

    @ 14, sorry about that, the box cover was in the old name so I was thinking historically but I can see her updated name would have been just as clear.

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