FOLK really ought to read their blogs better before soliciting publicity for their products.
Time and again we are asked by some religious publishing house, or author, to put up a link, or post a review of a shameless work of Christian or Muslim propaganda.
These are systematically binned. I really don’t have the time to put these morons right.
But this one I have to share. Someone named Bouajani Mohamed YassineÂ sent me the following email:
Salamoalaykom, I would contact you in order to present CAP. CAP is designed to toggle the Muslims who suffer from knee pain during the prayer … I would appreciate if you write an article on your blog.
I am mystified by phrase “toggle the Muslims”. Is this a euphemism of sorts?
A visit to the link provided revealed the writer of the email is a tad dyslexic – the CAP referred to is actually a PACâ„¢. And a PACâ„¢, when it’s at home, is a knee-pad designed specifically for magic-carpet people.
However, if you’re into gardening, or spend as much time as I do on my knees trying to make sense of the bolognaise of cables under my computers, TV and audio equipment, these things might have some use.
A pack of PACSâ„¢ (a snip at Â£25.00) will provide:
Protection for the upper end of the shin (tibia) which is put under strain when kneeling. This is particularly the case when repeatedly moving from the standing position to the kneeling position during the SOUJOUD.
The silicone gel, Epithelium 29â„¢, distributes the pressure evenly over the knee when kneeling. Thanks to its optimised adhesion, PACâ„¢ eliminates any friction or bruising of the skin. PAC soothes any pain when kneeling and avoids the build-up of calluses.
Warning: VERY IMPORTANT: Never use the kneepad over an open wound.
I imagine an open wound might occur if you were to approach a Muslim and surreptitiously toggle it.