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Carlo (chuck?...also the name my father Charles goes by), No offense intended and no, Christian owned is not bad, and neither is Muslim or Jewish owned, etc. To each their own. I just found it ironic that the fellow made it a point to mention the business is Christian owned on the one hand, and yet is so aggressive in speaking to would-be ne'er-do-wells on the other. I suppose in my naive and even stereotyping way I associate "Christian" with good fellowship and kindness, and this admonition seems anything but. At any rate it was not my intention to slander Christianity in general, merely to cite this particular individual and what I perceive to be an odd inconsistency in the tenor and content of his presentation. Fact is, were Christianity not even to be mentioned here, I would still take issue with the sternness of tone, and the rather poor overall presentation. I guess that's just good old-fashioned elitismAJL - So... Christian owned is bad? Â LOL, stick to Chinese made garments then since there is a bit of a slant toward that whole Christianity fad in Italy these days. Â Those radicals even built some churches there. Might I make a polite request that we leave out the derisive references to Christians on the board... please? Â I'd be equally offended by slams on your religion or lack thereof since it is as irrelevant as it is inappropriate on a clothing forum. Â Thou shalt not flamebait. BTW - if you ebay for a while it gets old to have someone bid $1000 on something and then not pay when you had 5 good bids behind the deadbeat and there is little the seller can do when screwed in that fashion - it would pertub you if you owned a business when people not only did not pay but prevented willing customers from doing so.