The narrator goes to shopping malls and discount stores with YHWH/God, who also speaks candidly in these funny-with-a-bite, formal poems that tell "more truth than all of the tv preachers and all of the tv pitchmen put together" (Bill McKibben). "Surely God laughs, but I do hope Ed wears a crash helmet. . . . These poems are a Blue-light Special on sanity" (Annie Dillard). "This is a book of fun with the gods of commerce and language" (Len Fulton).