Inappropriate dress at church and The irony of TelkomSpeedy

She wore a miniskirt. Being an open pew-less church, it pretty much showed a lot of “information” for all to see when she walked around.

It would be more understandable if she was a teenager my age, you know, given the freedom of choice of what kind of dress to wear.

But the thing is, she’s still a kid. I guesstimate that she’s around 6 or something.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I have pedophiliac tendencies here. Rather, I wanna pose a question: What are her parents thinking, dressing up their daughter like that for a mass?

They’re giving their kid such a garb to wear, and let her wear it to the church?

Geez. Christians are well notorious when it comes to what kind of dress code to wear to their place worship. Our Muslim brothers and sisters wear polite white attires when they go to the mosque, and similarly our Hindu and Buddhist counterparts have their own strict dress codes to wear to the temple.

But what about us Christians? I won’t look for examples the liberal Protestant churches there in America, because the bad examples do exist in our own conservative Catholic church.

Wearing shirts that show cleavage is a common thing amongst female Catholic churchgoers.

Ugh. Couldn’t they dress up a little bit?

Let me digress.

Do you know the irony of Telkom Speedy? Julz has recently reminded me in shoutbox comment that, in spite of its claim of having a super fast connection speed of 100 Mbps, Telkom Speedy could only deliver you a connection less than 1 Mbps.

Here's the irony:

TelkomSpeedy's claim
(as shown by my Local Area Connection Status window)

Actual speed of TelkomSpeedy as proven by SpeedTest
(click to generate a larger image)

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