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(Chron)   Texas woman obtains indisputable proof that ghosts are real, and they wear leisure suits   (chron.com) divider line 90
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2013-04-18 12:04:18 PM
Better than designer sheets.
 
2013-04-18 12:16:00 PM
ww4.hdnux.com

Died in a tragic disco accident.
 
2013-04-18 12:18:20 PM
Must be the land of the lounge lizards
 
2013-04-18 12:18:36 PM

Sybarite: [ww4.hdnux.com image 628x350]

Died in a tragic disco accident.


Well he's definitely not "Stayin' Alive".
 
2013-04-18 12:23:46 PM
no
no she didnt

yawnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
 
2013-04-18 12:25:39 PM
Can digital cameras have double exposures?
 
2013-04-18 12:28:19 PM

Walker: Sybarite: [ww4.hdnux.com image 628x350]

Died in a tragic disco accident.

Well he's definitely not "Stayin' Alive".


Heaven must be missing an angel.
 
2013-04-18 12:50:16 PM
Why the fark would a ghost be wearing clothes?
 
2013-04-18 12:56:33 PM
No doubt it's the devil.  He must enjoy a town where an 11 year old can get gang raped by 18 guys and they blame the victim.
 
2013-04-18 12:56:44 PM

AdolfOliverPanties: Can digital cameras have double exposures?


No but digital photos can be Photoshopped.
 
2013-04-18 12:57:42 PM

exick: Why the fark would a ghost be wearing clothes?


The bigger question is "why the fark would a ghost be hanging around in Texas?"
 
2013-04-18 01:01:43 PM

FormlessOne: exick: Why the fark would a ghost be wearing clothes?

The bigger question is "why the fark would a ghost be hanging around in Texas?"


...ZZ Top fan?  Shiner Bock?  BBQ?

After that I'm kind of at a loss.
 
2013-04-18 01:03:41 PM
You know, I wish ghosts and other types of supernatural entities existed. It would add depth to our existence and a chance for a form of life beyond the physical. However, morans gonna moran.
 
2013-04-18 01:06:16 PM
There's an app for that.
 
2013-04-18 01:07:37 PM
Has anyone looked at the mongoloid with the ball?? I am JUST sayin' ...
 
2013-04-18 01:08:07 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com

Boo!
 
2013-04-18 01:17:04 PM

Wasilla Hillbilly: You know, I wish ghosts and other types of supernatural entities existed. It would add depth to our existence and a chance for a form of life beyond the physical. However, morans gonna moran.


I assume two things to be true:

1. Matter (and energy) can neither be created nor destroyed, only change form.
2. Scientists agree that even if an object is destroyed, information about that object is maintained.

I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.

However, I also personally believe that I'll keep an open mind and not discount the possibility until we can conclusively prove a negative. Hell, we can't conclusively prove the existence of dark matter and particles of gravity, but people are still hunting for them.
 
2013-04-18 01:21:37 PM
All I can see is Borat. Anybody else?
 
2013-04-18 01:28:20 PM
Whenever I see stories like this, I lose a little bit more faith in humanity.
5000 years of scientific thought, and Frumpy McHausfrau is still convinced that ghosts, psychic powers, and Jeebus all exist.

/I'm sad now
 
2013-04-18 01:29:21 PM
So did any students die on school grounds in the 70's?
 
2013-04-18 01:29:40 PM

Bravo Two: Wasilla Hillbilly: You know, I wish ghosts and other types of supernatural entities existed. It would add depth to our existence and a chance for a form of life beyond the physical. However, morans gonna moran.

I assume two things to be true:

1. Matter (and energy) can neither be created nor destroyed, only change form.
2. Scientists agree that even if an object is destroyed, information about that object is maintained.

I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.

However, I also personally believe that I'll keep an open mind and not discount the possibility until we can conclusively prove a negative. Hell, we can't conclusively prove the existence of dark matter and particles of gravity, but people are still hunting for them.


I wont argue that, but the clothes!  Why would the clothes be there?
 
2013-04-18 01:30:24 PM
www.fazed.com
I found a picture of the woman FTA.
 
2013-04-18 01:32:27 PM
i46.tinypic.com
 
2013-04-18 01:33:10 PM
Laugh all you want, but when I looked at that picture the man's head turned and looked RIGHT AT ME.  And at that very same moment, my doorbell rang.  AND THERE WAS NO ONE THERE!  But right there, hanging on the door, was a prosthetic hand IN THE SHAPE OF A HOOK!
 
2013-04-18 01:37:09 PM

ARIT13: All I can see is Borat. Anybody else?


i1267.photobucket.com

Approves
 
2013-04-18 01:39:14 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Must be the land of the lounge lizards


The ghost of Larry.
 
2013-04-18 01:40:09 PM

FormlessOne: exick: Why the fark would a ghost be wearing clothes?

The bigger question is "why the fark would a ghost be hanging around in Texas?"


Maybe they are all in love with dying.

Oh, and the ghost is Party Pete:
i1091.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-18 01:40:35 PM

jtown: Boo!


I LOL'd.
 
2013-04-18 01:42:55 PM
myplay.com

What!?
 
2013-04-18 01:45:06 PM
Bravo Two:
I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.


Which "us" though? "Us" at the moment of death? "Us" at your prime?  We change physically, mentally, and emotionally every day.  The "us" that is "us" is only the "us" we are at this moment.
 
2013-04-18 01:45:10 PM

WhippingBoy: Whenever I see stories like this, I lose a little bit more faith in humanity.
5000 years of scientific thought, and Frumpy McHausfrau is still convinced that ghosts, psychic powers, and Jeebus all exist.

/I'm sad now


As far as the pic goes, it looks like a crappy 'shop job. As far as you go, however, you seem to be living at the shallow end of reality.

Where it's safe.

You should stay there.
 
2013-04-18 01:46:39 PM

JinxofSpades: Bravo Two:
I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.


Which "us" though? "Us" at the moment of death? "Us" at your prime?  We change physically, mentally, and emotionally every day.  The "us" that is "us" is only the "us" we are at this moment.


Whatever you remember yourself to be.
 
2013-04-18 01:50:05 PM
Was it the Ghost of a Texas Lady's Man?
 
2013-04-18 01:50:26 PM
ww4.hdnux.com


images.smh.com.au


Andy Hallett - fabulous even from beyond the grave.
 
2013-04-18 01:51:12 PM

Bravo Two: Wasilla Hillbilly: You know, I wish ghosts and other types of supernatural entities existed. It would add depth to our existence and a chance for a form of life beyond the physical. However, morans gonna moran.

I assume two things to be true:

1. Matter (and energy) can neither be created nor destroyed, only change form.
2. Scientists agree that even if an object is destroyed, information about that object is maintained.

I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.

However, I also personally believe that I'll keep an open mind and not discount the possibility until we can conclusively prove a negative. Hell, we can't conclusively prove the existence of dark matter and particles of gravity, but people are still hunting for them.


Yeah, no. As you live, the brain's electrical energy is turned into waste heat. When you die, that continues and only the production of new electricity stops.

Believe in an afterlife if you choose, but don't play tricks by trying to justify it with scientifical jargon that isn't true.
 
2013-04-18 01:51:49 PM
In other news, Cleveland-area womans daughter's minor practical joke gets national attention on FARK
 
2013-04-18 01:52:26 PM
While it's possible to alter photos with cellphone apps, such as GhostCam Spirit Photography for Android phones or Ghost Cam for iPhones, Davis said she wouldn't begin to know how to use them.

Well, I don't know, maybe she's of average intelligence...

"I didn't try to take no more because he didn't let me."
"To me, it's not something that's not normal,"


OK, I take that back. This woman didn't Photoshop shiat.
 
2013-04-18 01:52:42 PM
i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-04-18 01:54:01 PM
AdrienVeidt:
Believe in an afterlife if you choose, but don't play tricks by trying to justify it with scientifical jargon that isn't true.


This would be a great FINAL episode of Mythbusters.
 
2013-04-18 01:54:15 PM
so...thats where leisure suit larry got to
 
2013-04-18 01:58:23 PM

Bravo Two: Wasilla Hillbilly: You know, I wish ghosts and other types of supernatural entities existed. It would add depth to our existence and a chance for a form of life beyond the physical. However, morans gonna moran.

I assume two things to be true:

1. Matter (and energy) can neither be created nor destroyed, only change form.
2. Scientists agree that even if an object is destroyed, information about that object is maintained.


Any citations or links to support #2?  By *real* scientists and not Billy Murray chasing after the Sta-Puft mascot?
 
2013-04-18 01:58:46 PM

rfenster: In other news, Cleveland-area womans daughter's minor practical joke gets national attention on FARK


Yeah, it's a prank.
 
2013-04-18 02:03:38 PM
Ghosts do exist, but they are not the dead. Rather, they are evil spirits who exploit people's superstition. The same is true for dreams and so forth about loved ones who've died recently.

There is nothing in Scripture that even remotely supports the idea of the soul remaining on Earth after the death of the body. While the eventual destination of the soul is up for debate, it is safe to say that ghosts are not the soul/spirit/mind of the departed.
 
2013-04-18 02:03:47 PM
Arrrrrgh, Bill Murray--darn my ghost writer for messing that up.  Seriously, though, it would be interesting to know that information can survive the destruction of the carrier medium, but that kinda implies a platonic-dualistic world and that seems a bit implausible...
 
2013-04-18 02:04:36 PM
You can tell by the way I walk, that I'm a wanted ghost.     ts1.mm.bing.net
 
2013-04-18 02:05:50 PM
Obviously not staying alive
 
2013-04-18 02:06:33 PM

RedVentrue: WhippingBoy: Whenever I see stories like this, I lose a little bit more faith in humanity.
5000 years of scientific thought, and Frumpy McHausfrau is still convinced that ghosts, psychic powers, and Jeebus all exist.

/I'm sad now

As far as the pic goes, it looks like a crappy 'shop job. As far as you go, however, you seem to be living at the shallow end of reality.

Where it's safe.

You should stay there.


I weep for you...
 
2013-04-18 02:06:47 PM
Bravo Two:
I assume two things to be true:

1. Matter (and energy) can neither be created nor destroyed, only change form.
2. Scientists agree that even if an object is destroyed, information about that object is maintained.

I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.

However, I also personally believe that I'll keep an open mind and not discount the possibility until we can conclusively prove a negative. Hell, we can't conclusively prove the existence of dark matter and particles of gravity, but people are still hunting for them.


I'm troubled by the bacteria.
Billions of them have died and all those ghosts are just clogging up the air.

This is why I haven't seen any ghosts of humans - they're being blocked by the ghosts of bacteria.
 
2013-04-18 02:11:16 PM
David Byrne?

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2013-04-18 02:14:21 PM

lunkhed: Bravo Two:
I assume two things to be true:

1. Matter (and energy) can neither be created nor destroyed, only change form.
2. Scientists agree that even if an object is destroyed, information about that object is maintained.

I believe, but cannot substantiate, that when we die, whatever makes us, us (be that an electric charge or sum of bits in particles), still lingers even if our physical presence no longer does.

However, I also personally believe that I'll keep an open mind and not discount the possibility until we can conclusively prove a negative. Hell, we can't conclusively prove the existence of dark matter and particles of gravity, but people are still hunting for them.

I'm troubled by the bacteria.
Billions of them have died and all those ghosts are just clogging up the air.

This is why I haven't seen any ghosts of humans - they're being blocked by the ghosts of bacteria.


That explains why Jamie Lee Curtis can't poop.
 
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