Mrtraveler01: It happened the day Pope Francis was announced and some Catholics saw it as a possible sign from God."The pope asked to pray for Him," Cat Sunn told WPTV. "God answered."This story was plastered all over the media in Florida today. I saw it on another station that asked it's meteorologist and even he said it was just a regular cloud.Now riddle me this, if this really was God answering about the choice for Pope, why would he do it over Palm Beach County, FL instead of over Rome where they actually picked the Pope?This is up there with seeing Jesus on a burnt piece of toast and thinking that's divine intervention.
Bigdogdaddy: I was out burning brush in the ditch one day and was messing around taking pictures of the fire. I like to manipulate them and took them and inverted the colors to a negative and seriously I could see what looked like demon's faces coming up out of it. It was way creepy.This looks like a cloud. It is pretty though.
Smeggy Smurf: I see a vagina
HighZoolander: lelio: Steve Massie said that seeing shapes and faces in non-human objects was simply something he called "pareidolia."That's some fine reporting there LouI didn't realize before this that journalists were actually this farking retarded. On the other hand, it is Florida.
What_Would_Jimi_Do: Clock Spider Jerusalem: sometimes I wondered if the rapture was real will all the clothes be left behind? if they were then so would all the previously in use maxipads & tampons.along with any implants, boob jobs, pins and screws, pacemakers etc
topcon: calbert: [www.albumartexchange.us image 500x405]/obscure?No. No it is not.
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