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(WTSP)   Tired of showing up on toast and in grilled cheese, Jesus, who looks a lot like Jerry Garcia, decides to make an appearance in Texas on a burrito   (wtsp.com) divider line 139
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2012-08-07 06:38:58 PM
You guys are so mean! How dare you offer a logical assessment of a supernatural claim? Sure, maybe it seems crazy that people believe that Jesus touched their burrito. Other people believe that Jesus was born to a virgin instead of a young unmarried woman who didn't want to fess up to doing it. Still others believe that Xenu blew up souls in Teegeeack's volcanoes. Some folks believe magic underwear will protect them from harm. Lots of people believe that Muhammad flew into space on a horse.

Come on; it's not as if all supernatural claims are stupid!
 
2012-08-07 06:44:59 PM

rickythepenguin: rickythepenguin: Hey Lama. How about a little somthin'? You know. For the loop?


i forget the specifics -- i guess i could google it -- if i recall the urban legend, the "playing through spackler's shack" scene was largely improvised and was supposedly the first time they'd worked together since their fistfight at an SNL party. There was supposedly a lot of tension in the filming of that scene. i think i read that in the "SNL Oral History" book.


IIRC, they had settled their differences well before then. Their scuffle was broken up before it came to blows. Lucky for Chevy it did. Bill grew up in a tough part of Chicago. He would have kicked Chevy's ass.

And yes, the scene was improvised. Harlod Ramis thought it would seem odd if there wasn't at least one scene with Bill and Chevy, so they threw it in at the last moment.
 
2012-08-07 06:47:37 PM
Jesus is on my taco,
And He smells like refried beans.
Jesus is on my taco.
And he smells like refried beans. Hey yah.

/appologies to ZZ Top
 
2012-08-07 06:55:54 PM
i49.tinypic.comspockvideo.com
 
2012-08-07 06:57:24 PM

the money is in the banana stand: So if you ate that then pooped, would it be a Holy Shiat?


...and we have a winnar.
 
2012-08-07 06:57:39 PM

gimmegimme: You guys are so mean! How dare you offer a logical assessment of a supernatural claim? Sure, maybe it seems crazy that people believe that Jesus touched their burrito. Other people believe that Jesus was born to a virgin instead of a young unmarried woman who didn't want to fess up to doing it. Still others believe that Xenu blew up souls in Teegeeack's volcanoes. Some folks believe magic underwear will protect them from harm. Lots of people believe that Muhammad flew into space on a horse.

Come on; it's not as if all supernatural claims are stupid!


The Jesus gave us burritos, nachos, toast and bacon; I need no other proof.
 
2012-08-07 07:11:55 PM
i1171.photobucket.com
 
2012-08-07 07:13:05 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-07 07:43:45 PM
probesport

"MBooda: Bondith: Then what's a fajita?

There's no singular of "fajitas". It's like pant or scissor."

Scissor can be a verb though.


So can pant.
 
2012-08-07 07:45:07 PM

Ow! That was my feelings!: [farm4.static.flickr.com image 500x374]


Took me a minute, thought it was goaste at first..
 
2012-08-07 07:46:13 PM
For Rodriguez, this has especially touched her heart. She has been going through some turbulent times and said that the night before the discovery she had prayed to God for a sign.

Well im sure all of her problems just miraculously solved themselves..... oh, wait...
 
2012-08-07 07:55:40 PM
tetsoushima

"probesport: MBooda: Bondith: Then what's a fajita?

There's no singular of "fajitas". It's like pant or scissor."

Scissor can be a verb though.

"Pant" can be a verb, too. Usually it is closely related to the verb "scissor."


Oh sure, NOW I see it... * sigh *

/never seem to get there first
 
2012-08-07 07:59:11 PM

neednap: probesport

"MBooda: Bondith: Then what's a fajita?

There's no singular of "fajitas". It's like pant or scissor."

Scissor can be a verb though.

So can pant.


Huevo ranchero?
 
2012-08-07 08:07:43 PM
relevant

Judging by his appearances, he sure seems to like getting toasted.

/mmm, sacrilicious
 
2012-08-07 08:10:03 PM
www.worldblackbelt.com

He's not that tough, some little Chinese dude messed him up good.
 
2012-08-07 08:13:32 PM
Or maybe a pirate...

www.appscout.com
 
2012-08-07 08:14:10 PM
Finally, a real person shows up on food. What's next? ALIVE people showing up on bark and concrete? Dought it.
 
2012-08-07 08:22:08 PM
Below "Jesus" I think I see Ironman with a mustache, staring down and to the right.

Everyone's hair looks full, also. I wonder what conditioner they used.
 
2012-08-07 08:29:18 PM

big pig peaches: Lorelle: Oh Jeez Louise.

How stupid can one be? The image is obviously that of Jim Morrison.

[i49.tinypic.com image 265x318]

[www.beertripper.com image 298x350]

More like Rob Zombie.



Agreed, Zombie


blog.gamesdaypodcast.com
 
2012-08-07 08:30:33 PM
Eh. I'm going with Jim Morrison. He died fat, hairy, and craving a burrito. Now he shows up on them with an expression that demonstrates his torment at no longer being able to consume them. Poor Jim.
 
2012-08-07 08:36:16 PM

Bondith: gunga galunga
Fajita meat is marinated and grilled skirt steak, which is very popular in tacos, tortas, chalupas, etc. A fajita taco is just that, a taco with fajita meat. The concept of the "fajita platter" where they bring out the skillet with the fajita strips and the onions and peppers is more Mexican-American. But even then, you're still eating tacos. It's that you assemble it yourself is all.

I roll mine into a tube. Does that make it a fajita burrito? What if I leave the beans out?

/this is getting too complicated


Burritos are made with flour tortillas and usually covered in sauce of some sort. Tacos can be flour or corn tortilla, tend to be smaller, and usually don't come covered in a sauce. Both burritos and soft tacos have the folded end so the fillings don't fall out whereas crispy tacos are just folded in half.
And fajitas have been traditional food for the Hispanics around here since well before I was born. Skirt steak is cheap and with tortillas, beans and other fillings you can feed a lot of folks for little money--so it worked well for new immigrants a few generations ago cuz nobody was gonna fight them for that piece of meat. Has been around a lot longer than the '80s.
 
2012-08-07 08:38:30 PM
simpsonitos.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-08-07 08:39:53 PM
i49.tinypic.comi2.listal.com
 
2012-08-07 08:44:55 PM

StoPPeRmobile: [i49.tinypic.com image 265x318][spockvideo.com image 200x246]


Yep, that is who I saw also..

Now about those mug shots... I think a majority of them would definitely pass muster for the fist of an angry god.

Those sexy dancing women. If you scroll fast enough it looks like their in motion dancing..
 
2012-08-07 08:45:08 PM
I wonder it it's the sharpie fumes that cause these people to see jesus in so many things.
/2 reasons to keep them separated
//only kind of kidding
///cultural thing, not a racist thing
////like shyness in japan is taken to an extreme
 
2012-08-07 08:45:26 PM
am I the only one who really see Jesus hugging Obama in that?
 
2012-08-07 08:45:38 PM
Median IQ in Texas?
61. Though some would like to raise it to 70.
 
2012-08-07 11:46:49 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: If I was the son of god I think I could find something other then a burrito to show up on


A fish taco would be more appropriate...
 
2012-08-07 11:47:19 PM

Rich Cream: [upload.wikimedia.org image 250x174]


Not sure if Nyan Cat or cancer.
 
2012-08-07 11:52:53 PM

Deedeemarz: Burritos are made with flour tortillas and usually covered in sauce of some sort


No
 
2012-08-08 12:07:33 AM

HotIgneous Intruder: Median IQ in Texas?
61. Though some would like to raise it to 70.


Texas just seems so silly and odd!!
 
2012-08-08 12:08:45 AM
It looks to me like Jesus has Judas Iscariot in a headlock. Or maybe it's Jesus and His Belovèd Disciple John "horsing around".

Mmmmm... sex or violence? Tough call.

Any way, I thought the BVM had a lock on the taco franchise. Is this a special cross-marketing campaign?

Whatever happened to Jesus Christ on a Popsicle(TM) stick? Copyright problems, I'll bet.
 
2012-08-08 12:14:34 AM

Rich Cream: [upload.wikimedia.org image 250x174]


upload.wikimedia.org

I looks sort of like one of those googley-eyed goldfish to me, but if I were you, I'd get that to the doctor ASAP cause it ain't Pisces, it's Cancer, man!

Could be a big fluffy Persian cat too. Faces in clouds, faces in clouds.
 
2012-08-08 12:38:31 AM
i49.tinypic.comi.ytimg.com
 
2012-08-08 12:47:18 AM

Deedeemarz: Bondith: gunga galunga
Fajita meat is marinated and grilled skirt steak, which is very popular in tacos, tortas, chalupas, etc. A fajita taco is just that, a taco with fajita meat. The concept of the "fajita platter" where they bring out the skillet with the fajita strips and the onions and peppers is more Mexican-American. But even then, you're still eating tacos. It's that you assemble it yourself is all.

I roll mine into a tube. Does that make it a fajita burrito? What if I leave the beans out?

/this is getting too complicated

Burritos are made with flour tortillas and usually covered in sauce of some sort. Tacos can be flour or corn tortilla, tend to be smaller, and usually don't come covered in a sauce. Both burritos and soft tacos have the folded end so the fillings don't fall out whereas crispy tacos are just folded in half.
And fajitas have been traditional food for the Hispanics around here since well before I was born. Skirt steak is cheap and with tortillas, beans and other fillings you can feed a lot of folks for little money--so it worked well for new immigrants a few generations ago cuz nobody was gonna fight them for that piece of meat. Has been around a lot longer than the '80s.


Only in Texas!
 
2012-08-08 04:48:06 AM

Linkster: Deedeemarz: Bondith: gunga galunga
Fajita meat is marinated and grilled skirt steak, which is very popular in tacos, tortas, chalupas, etc. A fajita taco is just that, a taco with fajita meat. The concept of the "fajita platter" where they bring out the skillet with the fajita strips and the onions and peppers is more Mexican-American. But even then, you're still eating tacos. It's that you assemble it yourself is all.

I roll mine into a tube. Does that make it a fajita burrito? What if I leave the beans out?

/this is getting too complicated

Burritos are made with flour tortillas and usually covered in sauce of some sort. Tacos can be flour or corn tortilla, tend to be smaller, and usually don't come covered in a sauce. Both burritos and soft tacos have the folded end so the fillings don't fall out whereas crispy tacos are just folded in half.
And fajitas have been traditional food for the Hispanics around here since well before I was born. Skirt steak is cheap and with tortillas, beans and other fillings you can feed a lot of folks for little money--so it worked well for new immigrants a few generations ago cuz nobody was gonna fight them for that piece of meat. Has been around a lot longer than the '80s.

Only in Texas!

Isn't it enchiladas that are covered in sauce?
 
2012-08-08 09:57:07 AM
Why does Jesus only appear to Mexicans?


download.gannett.edgesuite.net
"I know where penis goes."

/I'd hit it like an adopted black baby.
 
2012-08-08 10:48:11 AM
what most of us call Mexican food has been adopted and changed by Americans and immigrants varying by regional tastes (California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas) then when it migrates further north it really gets funky. I used to joke that the school lunches I was served were all soy product but went by differnt names and colors. Kind of similar for shape-shifter "Mexican" food here in the US: It's some combination of tortillas, beans, meat,cheese, and sauce. It's all the same , but it appears in various forms and names. Pick your favorite.
 
2012-08-08 12:36:40 PM
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