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2012-07-14 07:38:13 AM  
Looks like the virgin Mary's vagina. Not the usual angle she is depicted from, but I guess it's fine.
 
2012-07-14 07:52:37 AM  

EvilEgg: Looks like the virgin Mary's vagina. Not the usual angle she is depicted from, but I guess it's fine.


I highly recommend the DVD with the extra camera angles.
 
2012-07-14 08:11:39 AM  
Don't involve new york in this. west new york is in jersey
 
2012-07-14 08:30:35 AM  
Looks like her vagina.
 
2012-07-14 08:31:48 AM  
oh FFS
 
2012-07-14 08:31:49 AM  

EvilEgg: Looks like the virgin Mary's vagina. Not the usual angle she is depicted from, but I guess it's fine.


Doh... I misread that at first and thought you were saying it looks like the virgin mary...
 
2012-07-14 08:32:36 AM  
Hundreds of Catholics sheep like no brained morans chanting "IMMOOTEEPP" are congregating at a tree In New York where some say an image of the Virgin Mary has appeared.

/FTFT
 
Rat
2012-07-14 08:37:32 AM  
Oy vey.

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2012-07-14 08:37:50 AM  
Idol worship is alive and well in Christianity, thought that's mostly a Spanish Catholic thing.
 
2012-07-14 08:42:00 AM  
seems apropos....sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2012-07-14 08:46:29 AM  
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I'm in love with a man... a man named God. Does that make me gay? Am I gay for God? You betcha!
 
2012-07-14 08:50:02 AM  
Like moths to a porch light, and not much smarter either.
 
2012-07-14 08:51:15 AM  
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2012-07-14 08:56:07 AM  

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What a bunch of morons we humans can be.
 
2012-07-14 08:57:28 AM  
It could be a miracle, it could be bullshiat. There's only one thing we know for sure. It's a goddamn gold mine.
 
2012-07-14 08:58:45 AM  

Smoking GNU: Like moths to a porch light, and not much smarter either.


I could picture a horror/suspense/drama movie using something like this. A guy get's fingered by Father-mc-grabby as a kid and the townspeople do nothing about it because religion > all. He grows up and goes around planting and faking things like this. When large numbers of people gather to worship their tree vagina he picks them off with a sniper rifle, planted explosives, etc. Not all at once. Can't do it at the site or people would stop coming. He waits till they leave, follows them, and gets them one by one.
 
2012-07-14 09:03:47 AM  

oukewldave: It could be a miracle, it could be bullshiat. There's only one thing we know for sure. It's a goddamn gold mine.


No. It cannot be a miracle.
 
2012-07-14 09:04:55 AM  
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Yep, that's one powerful god you got there.
/farking childish idiots
 
2012-07-14 09:05:16 AM  
These religious apparition sightings are just beyond silly. I'll admit there are a couple that legitimately look like something, at which point I think "Cool! That looks just like whatever." I'm not going to beat up on them if they're right. But this? Seriously? Have these people never been to a damned forest in their lives? Go to one and see 50 "apparitions" per mile.
 
2012-07-14 09:08:52 AM  
Matthew Keene:

Ooops, sorry dude
/great minds think alike I guess
 
2012-07-14 09:14:32 AM  
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2012-07-14 09:22:39 AM  

Boatmech: Matthew Keene:

Ooops, sorry dude
/great minds think alike I guess


Yes they do. Is the dog's ass supposed to be the BVM? All is see is Jesus.
 
2012-07-14 09:32:59 AM  
Many years ago I was walking past a catholic school while the kids were out playing in the schoolyard, when all of a sudden they all stopped playing and were looking up at the sky behind me and pointing. For a split second I thought that maybe Jesus was coming down from the sky but when I turned to look, it was only a blimp. That was my first and last religious experience.
 
2012-07-14 09:35:52 AM  
Subby is the master of Character Map

/salute
 
2012-07-14 09:47:01 AM  

Moose23: Many years ago I was walking past a catholic school while the kids were out playing in the schoolyard, when all of a sudden they all stopped playing and were looking up at the sky behind me and pointing. For a split second I thought that maybe Jesus was coming down from the sky but when I turned to look, it was only a blimp. That was my first and last religious experience.


You saw a blimp, oh ye a little faith! They saw Jesus.
 
2012-07-14 09:47:11 AM  

Matthew Keene: Boatmech: Matthew Keene:

Ooops, sorry dude
/great minds think alike I guess

Yes they do. Is the dog's ass supposed to be the BVM? All is see is Jesus.


Nah, I usually throw the Jesus dog in because it seems to be the perfect juxtaposition of Religion and stupidity.

I mean hey, with all the things that a god could do to improve the world why put your picture on a dog's ass?
 
2012-07-14 09:55:19 AM  
Some years ago, I worked in the data entry mines for Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Except for myself, Jose, and the gay IT guy, everyone else that worked there was a morbidly obese, white, annoying Christian woman. You know the kind, they wear their faith chips proudly on their wide, jelly-consistency mountain of cottage cheese shoulders. Damn I hated that place.

Anyhow, one day I'm looking at this scan of a bill, and in the margins above the document, in the generic scan noise there's a tiny little blot that looks vaguely like a man with a crown on his head, arms spread on a cross. I point it out to a co-worker, she tells her church buddy manager, she takes a screenshot and pretty soon it's printed out and tacked up on bulletin boards, cubicle walls and everyfarkingwhere in that place. For about a week, I had people coming to my cubicle to bask in the glory of the workstation the Savior appeared at. I found it mildly amusing but more or less annoying.

And here's why I eventually quit that place, before they'd let us out for break, they'd let someone pick a song to play over the PA system while we did some stupid ergonomic exercises and crap. Someone picked the crappiest, sappiest "I love Jesus" song I had ever heard, and I could not help but laugh uncontrollably at it. Woman across from me looked perturbed by this and asked me what was so funny, so I told her that was the worst song I had ever heard. So she goes and tells her church buddy manager, who comes over and takes a look at my cubicle, I had a metal, wind up Bender toy with a post-it on it that said, "One day me and my kind will replace you all." Hey, that's what we did there, we were backups for a robot, essentially a scanner and OCR software, we fixed its many mistakes. Well this manager said that was threatening and could be taken as a terrorist threat and was against "compliance" policy. I retorted that the woman across from me had 17 crosses and religious symbols in her work area, which was also against compliance policy. Fat Christian manager biotch said those things didn't bother her. I asked her if it would bother her if I had 17 crucifixes on my cubicle walls, but turned them upside down. She did not like that, I knew where this was going anyhow, and quit right there.

It felt completely awesome walking out of that place for the last time. Only thing that could have made it better is if the building blew up as I walked away in slow motion.

/not an Atheist
//not a Christian
///believe whatever you want, or not, as long as you don't constantly pester me about it cause I really don't give a flying frak either way
 
2012-07-14 09:55:32 AM  

Matthew Keene: Moose23: Many years ago I was walking past a catholic school while the kids were out playing in the schoolyard, when all of a sudden they all stopped playing and were looking up at the sky behind me and pointing. For a split second I thought that maybe Jesus was coming down from the sky but when I turned to look, it was only a blimp. That was my first and last religious experience.

You saw a blimp, oh ye a little faith! They saw Jesus.

Nah, it was
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RON PAUL!!RON PAUL!!RON PAUL!!RON PAUL!!RON PAUL!RON PAUL!!RON PAUL!!!RON PAUL!!RON PAUL!!

He delivered Jesus doncha know.
 
2012-07-14 10:01:45 AM  
It's a farking tree you morans. WTF?
 
2012-07-14 10:04:13 AM  
Some people see a holy figure. I just see tree-bark.
 
2012-07-14 10:06:55 AM  
They're just trees, but you know, they may be NSFW so I'll link it. Link
 
Rat
2012-07-14 10:08:15 AM  
Sokay, mang, we can hang out here all day. We don't has yobs.

© expected a puerto rican flag, but el flago de Mexico esta bien (shut up, I'm from Mexico)
 
2012-07-14 10:18:45 AM  
why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.
 
2012-07-14 10:39:54 AM  

poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.


Leprechauns got da gold.
 
2012-07-14 10:58:50 AM  
I thought I saw an O'Keefe.

/nudge nudge wink wink knowwhatimean knowwhatimean saynomore saynomore
 
2012-07-14 11:10:55 AM  

poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.


Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism
 
2012-07-14 11:25:36 AM  
The temptation to say something to such people is great, but it would be pointless. It would only anger them and their own Bible says in Proverbs 26:4&11 "Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him...As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth to his folly"
 
2012-07-14 11:43:37 AM  

Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism


Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism


Brainwashed indeed!They gained power by co-opting ancient traditions that once held nature-based, nurturing, creative spiritual energy all over the globe, turning that energy (money, prayer, etc) against the people who give it to them and feeding it to their rapey child sacrifice monster. Must confess (pun) that I would love to rig a tree or some other natural object, make it speak. "This is your Mama talking! Renounce any organization that takes your money and sacrifices your children!"
 
2012-07-14 11:59:25 AM  
Has anyone mentioned vaginas yet?

/vagina
 
2012-07-14 12:32:15 PM  

PC LOAD LETTER: Idol worship is alive and well in Christianity, thought that's mostly a Spanish Catholic thing.


Catholic != Christianity.

If the Catholics (and many Christians for that matter) actually bothered to read the Bible, they wouldn't act like the pious asshats that they are. And the pedophile priests would be dragged down the street by their balls.
 
2012-07-14 01:24:56 PM  

Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism


Yep. And the more you give to the church, the further up the line you go, to get into Heaven.
 
2012-07-14 01:34:54 PM  

Sean M: Catholic != Christianity.


There is no such thing as Christianity. It's Paulanity. Christianity is being a good Jew while the end of days approaches.
 
2012-07-14 01:43:27 PM  

PC LOAD LETTER: Sean M: Catholic != Christianity.

There is no such thing as Christianity. It's Paulanity. Christianity is being a good Jew while the end of days approaches.


There is only one true Christian, and His own people killed him.
 
2012-07-14 03:47:53 PM  
The scar on that tree looks like it's been there for years.

but NOW it's the Virgin* Mary?

*she did have other kids...
 
2012-07-14 05:56:58 PM  
I saw the FSM last night in my pasta dinner and I ate him.
 
2012-07-14 06:47:45 PM  

KarolinhaRosebud: Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism

Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism

Brainwashed indeed!They gained power by co-opting ancient traditions that once held nature-based, nurturing, creative spiritual energy all over the globe, turning that energy (money, prayer, etc) against the people who give it to them and feeding it to their rapey child sacrifice monster. Must confess (pun) that I would love to rig a tree or some other natural object, make it speak. "This is your Mama talking! Renounce any organization that takes your money and sacrifices your children!"


Sorry but those ancient traditions of nature loving creative spiritual energy were just as full of crap as the catholic church and many of them included human sacrifice (mayans and aztecs as well as several european pagan religions). Just because a religion is pre-christian doesn't make it somehow more legitamate. All religions are about control, fear and superstition. Remember that so you don't fall prey to whatever BS new-agey crap that comes along next.
 
2012-07-14 07:27:18 PM  
This is why I have one of these:

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/hot like buttery toast
 
2012-07-14 08:38:32 PM  

LovingTeacher: KarolinhaRosebud: Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism

Lorelle: poe_zlaw: why is it that it is always Mexicans around the supposed Virgin Mary stuff and Black people around the leprechauns?
Ive always wanted to rig up a pipe into a tree and feed different stuff into it. At first, it would be blood, then once the crowds started gathering it would be milk, then when the news was there, I would put root beer in it and start drinking it and making floats.

Because the vast majority of brown people have been brainwashed and controlled by the Catholic Church for centuries.

/former victim of Catholicism

Brainwashed indeed!They gained power by co-opting ancient traditions that once held nature-based, nurturing, creative spiritual energy all over the globe, turning that energy (money, prayer, etc) against the people who give it to them and feeding it to their rapey child sacrifice monster. Must confess (pun) that I would love to rig a tree or some other natural object, make it speak. "This is your Mama talking! Renounce any organization that takes your money and sacrifices your children!"

Sorry but those ancient traditions of nature loving creative spiritual energy were just as full of crap as the catholic church and many of them included human sacrifice (mayans and aztecs as well as several european pagan religions). Just because a religion is pre-christian doesn't make it somehow more legitamate. All religions are about control, fear and superstition. Remember tha ...


All religions are about control, certainly, for good (meditation) or bad. Fear, likewise, especially the Monotheistic patriarchal doctrine religions. Superstition is certainly a part of organized distorted doctrine. But I'm not talking about religion, which is man-made. Spiritual traditions are how people kept in harmony with their environs, without all the separation between body & spirit dimensions. Pre-7000 BCE, Matriarchal Spiritual traditions were cooperative with natural principles, and had respectful relationships with what they couldn't measure but were aware of, (unlike modern humans and plasma, microwave, and liquid crystal devices). A belief in the unseen or unmeasurable was not superstition; it was part of reality. There were people, shaman, who were able to bridge dimensions; drink the ayhuasca without throwing up, talk to the spirit-being, or connect with the energetic force who gives solution to problem. Doesn't matter if modern era people don't believe the shaman was just high and talking to the feather-duster; if it didn't work, it would not have gone on for most of human history, or continue today, all over the globe. Sure, sacrifices happened to do the extreme energy shiftin' & healin' work; ain't nothing wrong with sacrificing a critter, as long as it ain't human & there's a BBQ afterward). In this era human sacrifice happens more in the name of greedy corporations and nations than religion. And for all you non-believers in the energetic unseen, find a Reiki practitioner, or get a cranial sacral massage, or rub your socked feet across the carpet and go touch somebody's ear. Hmmm, gives me an idea for a new religion; church of the static touch; preacher can slide across the carpet, yelling "Shocky-Socky!", run out into the congregation, touch people's ear, with one hand, steal their money with the other.
 
2012-07-14 09:17:05 PM  

KarolinhaRosebud: All religions are about control, certainly, for good (meditation) or bad. Fear, likewise, especially the Monotheistic patriarchal doctrine religions. Superstition is certainly a part of organized distorted doctrine. But I'm not talking about religion, which is man-made. Spiritual traditions are how people kept in harmony with their environs, without all the separation between body & spirit dimensions. Pre-7000 BCE, Matriarchal Spiritual traditions were cooperative with natural principles, and had respectful relationships with what they couldn't measure but were aware of, (unlike modern humans and plasma, microwave, and liquid crystal devices). A belief in the unseen or unmeasurable was not superstition; it was part of reality. There were people, shaman, who were able to bridge dimensions; drink the ayhuasca without throwing up, talk to the spirit-being, or connect with the energetic force who gives solution to problem. Doesn't matter if modern era people don't believe the shaman was just high and talking to the feather-duster; if it didn't work, it would not have gone on for most of human history, or continue today, all over the globe. Sure, sacrifices happened to do the extreme energy shiftin' & healin' work; ain't nothing wrong with sacrificing a critter, as long as it ain't human & there's a BBQ afterward). In this era human sacrifice happens more in the name of greedy corporations and nations than religion. And for all you non-believers in the energetic unseen, find a Reiki practitioner, or get a cranial sacral massage, or rub your socked feet across the carpet and go touch somebody's ear. Hmmm, gives me an idea for a new religion; church of the static touch; preacher can slide across the carpet, yelling "Shocky-Socky!", run out into the congregation, touch people's ear, with one hand, steal their money with the other.


Anytime you believe in unseen spirits with a personality controlling the universe or parts thereof it IS superstition.

Sorry, Matriarchal Spiritual Traditions are just as silly as the catholic church, islam or hinduism. Yes, some traditions were more cooperative with the "natural world" but again any reliance on unseen spirits to direct the world is just silly and has brought mankind not one whit of progress. The Smith who realized that he could smelt ore by heating it in the presence of charcoal saw that it would work every time he did it that way and never if he just prayed, sacrificed or "drank the ayhuasca with out throwing up". He may not have understood oxidation states of minerals, that oxygen atoms hopped from metal atoms to the carbon in the heat but just because we don't exactly understand why something happens doesn't mean spirits do it. And I would much rather live today with "plasma, microwave and liquid crystal devices" (not to mention anti-biotics, organ transplants and medical imaging technology) than 7000 years ago. I assume you would too, after all only 150 years ago half of all women died giving birth, something that almost never happens today.
 
2012-07-14 09:18:39 PM  
Oops, I only meant to underline the first line of my post please don't think I was shouting at you

:)
 
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