This thread is a perfect exposé of Amey's fundamentalist prosperity gospel zeal.
He began preaching salvation to those with faith in the traditional who aspire to be part of the latest thing but can't afford it. He has kept us mesmerized like Joel Osteen and kept us giving and giving like Creflo Dollar. Meanwhile the #buyer has kept on spending, ostentatiously and righteously.
He held the truth before us and we basked in its glory. Nay, in his glory. He started as a humble servant of the Word, and now the Word has consumed us in its fiery indifference.
Now he rides past us in splendour and infamy in a manner that only the most cynical of us -- including Amey himself -- expected. But his words and actions had impact. He started with traditional values, a basic frame, which he then modified employing some of the greatest working hands in industry which actualised his beliefs in the true rise of voice in aspirations of the opiated masses. But he was wildly misunderstood, and his stance was never that this truth was for the masses, but rather was a symbol of how to remove power from those who control the message of God.
So he returned back to the masses to show them with searing irony the futility and painful cycle of late-stage capitalism and "post-evangelicalism" by giving the populace what it craved; a litany of disc brakes operating effectively as a mirror to itself with DBAD as a maintained reflection of how we drug ourselves into submission (or "Brevet Windblock" ourselves). Now that DBAD serves not only as a sacrament of salvific mortification but also a reality on which the future can be ridden, a choir of angelic voices choose to impede DBAD's altar call for individual believers to reject papist modes of obsequiousness, while @amey encourages them to "pray on"