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Published on Aug 13, 2011
While generally well-intentioned, youth-oriented evangelists seldom have their thumbs on the pulse of their target audience (ex. TBN's "Virtual Memory"). Such is the case with former Tiger Beat fodder Kirk Cameron, who believes that home entertainment systems reach their evolutionary zenith in 1989. While promoting his 2002 straight-to-video opus "Tribulation Force", Cameron indulges here in perhaps a bit of hyperbole while extolling the virtues of 16-bit graphics processing.
In 2009, Kirk did abandon his allegiances and bought a GameCube after witnessing the splendor of "Sonic Adventures 2" at his mentor/handler Ray Comfort's house. In a recent interview, Cameron defended his decision, stating "You've got to know what the kids are into if you want to convince them to get into your van"...
DISCLAIMER: I do not own Kirk Cameron. I do, however, have controlling interest in Jeremy Miller, and am currently in talks with Alan Thicke's people. Unfortunately, they keep price gouging under the pretense that "Al's shitting gold bricks" from the residuals to the theme songs for "Facts of Life" and "Diff'rent Strokes".