This Instagram post showed up somewhere around three o'clock long after all of the real Christians had already sent Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Easter greetings to their friends and family.
And if that was not bad enough, Queen Esther's Christian pander was delayed even a fewer hours longer.
What? No pictures of the family all decked out in their Easter outfits just back from church?
Nope, just some image she found on Google, that it probably took her about two or three minutes to post.
Now look I recognize that I did not post anything about Easter either.
Though in my defense I am a vocal out of the closet Atheist, so I am not exactly expected to participate in this particular primitive ritual.
However...if you are a family who constantly uses Christianity as a shield against criticism, and as camouflage for your unethical behaviors, you would think that getting your Easter messages posted in a timely manner would be somewhat of a priority.
I'm just saying.