Finally. A DVD player for the rest of us.

I’m telling you, they’ll develop a product to fit any niche market these days. Take a look at this new DVD player for example:

It’s great to see Panasonic catering to the DVD needs of atheists everywhere.

Found via Gizmodo.

9 thoughts on “Finally. A DVD player for the rest of us.

  1. If an atheistic DVD player is one that doesn’t force you to swallow the message before enjoying the show, I’m all for it.

  2. Huh?  My DVD player isn’t an atheist?  How does a DVD player have religious values?  I’m so confused…

  3. Don’t worry Theo, I’m sure you have a Religion 1 player.  That means when Jesus returns, you’ll get him first, while Religions 2-5 will have to wait a few months for the divine visit.

  4. I’m moving to New Zealand from Europe. Does this mean I will also get a new religion code?

    Dang!

    Don’t worry Theo, I’m sure you have a Religion 1 player.  That means when Jesus returns, you’ll get him first, while Religions 2-5 will have to wait a few months for the divine visit.

    But will he play in a religion-free version?

  5. Don’t fall for it—it’s religion by obscurity.

    If you look in the lower right hand corner of the sign, you’ll see the words “Good News.”

    So they lure you in, with promises of a religion free experience, and by the time you get it home and working, it’s going to convert your Star Wars Episode III disk to something that will only play Tammy Faye singing “Take Me to the Kingdom” or some such.

    Consider yourself warned!

  6. Or some perversion of Episode III, instead of Vader rising from the table, it’s Tammy Faye coming out of the beauty parlor in full spackle, with Jim in place of the Emperor. 

    Ingolson:  Yeah, you’ll have to wait for your release of the rapture.  You could always take your current player with you.  Just may be a little harder to get some Religion 1 Jesus.

  7. I know you’re all joking around, but seriously, what is that sign supposed to mean?  The joke is going over my head.

  8. Theo, it’s supposed to read “region free,” rather than ‘religion free.’

    A region free dvd player can play dvds from Asia, Europe, America, etc.  Where they’re manufactured won’t prevent you from playing them.

    A religon free player may have trouble playing certain disks, but you can still feel good about owning it.

    Cheers

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