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December 05, 2017


A Piece of History Is Found in the Rear End of a Jesus Statue

(Thanks to Fabian Marson)


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And yet when I put a “Back in ten minutes” sign in place of a nearby crèche, all hell breaks loose.

Is this what is meant by "a Brown note"?

This is the subject of the next Dan Brown religious artifact mystery thriller.
Robert Langdon discovers a critical typo in the King James Version, that leads him to the hidden manuscript - Matthew 5:4, "Love thine enemas..."

Statues from the late 19th and early 20th centuries have pages from the Sears catalog up their "time capsules". It's all history in the end.

Don't ask where He pulled those loaves from.

He put them there for safekeeping, because no one expected the Spanish Inquisition....

I hope you all have fun together in Hell!
We're gonna need a bigger basket.

Right in the ‘ol rectalry..

Part of the missive translated to; "And get a note to the milkman- NO MORE CHEESE!"
Experts are still trying to understand the meaning of this line.

Based on previous blog posts, it seems it should be the first place to look.

At the risk of all sorts of Eternal Damnation, I just have to give a 5* snork to Styxinstonz

Get thee behind me.

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