Now that's just not nice....
For a moment there I thought I'd found a legitimate, albeit uber-kitsch, website amongst my bad-site Directi alerts... until I looked at the page source. Why would a nice, grandma type of lady who has used a site theme supplied by a web site that is a member of the Christian Banner Exchange and The Christian Web Ring, have this sort of code in her page source? Rest assured the URLs in question are dead.
As I noted, the Registrar is Directi, and the domain was created on 11 February 2007. WHOIS details are hidden behind PrivacyProtect.
Is this a hacked site? A site created by a miscreant with a warped sense of humour? Who knows. It just goes to show - you never can tell where you may discover stuff.