The above insert does not abide by power lesbian Suze Orman's commandant "People first, then money, then things." They're doomed.

You see, in this morning's edition of the Chronicle, a nifty God-fearing inset came with your daily dose of quality Chronicle.reporting and humor. Since we fear the print pub and completely missed it, SFist reader Kate Horton sent word this morning by kindly scanning the above flyer. Behold:

I thought I'd scan this and send it your way. Found it in my delivered copy of The Chronicle today (yes, I still subscribe, don't ask me why). It seems a "concerned Christian" from Nipomo (which is somewhere near San Luis Obispo, I believe) found it necessary to pay for copies of The Ten Commandments and The Beatitudes to be included with the paper this morning. Not sure if this is in every copy or if it just went out with all or some of the home delivery issues. Nothing like having religion shoved down your throat at 6:30 in the morning.

Indeed, Kate, nothing does. We're just trying to figure out what said concerned Xtian is trying to tell us?

Bare witness to the Beauties, my child, after the jump.