I was driving my truck in to work this morning and had an awakening! Dealing with the endless procession of morons who follow too closely, cut lanes, throw hand gestures, and generally behaving like a bunch of ill mannered adolescents, I realized that the majority of those acting in such a way had a little fish emblem, YYJD stickers or other religious themed signage clearly visible on their vehicle. I wonder why someone who would go through the trouble of placing such adornments on their vehicle when their actions do not live up to their advertised beliefs. It's as though the placement of the decal is the acceptable disclaimer for bad behavior. Maybe the "Sunday go to worship" morons who are in the car do not know that the vehicle is not "God's" kryptonite, and they should actually behave in a civil manner, since that is the message they profess by adorning their cars with such placards and sentments of rightousness. I certainly do not think that a Kia's exterior is powerful enough to ward off the will of God, but what is the answer? Why are morons touting themselves as devout followers, and then behave in such a moronic way? 6 days a week to act the fool, only to look good in church on Sunday?