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(Syracuse Post-Standard)   The award for most tear-inducing Mother's Day story goes to the West Genesee girls' lacrosse game, where a double rainbow appeared over the field as a player's mother died of breast cancer   (syracuse.com) divider line 62
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2013-05-13 07:17:21 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: Every time you see a double rainbow, Mary is getting DP.


Had a double rainbow over the Nurburgring track Sunday.  No one died or got into an accident so Mary must have been getting DP'ed.
 
2013-05-13 07:23:34 AM  

The Why Not Guy: addy2: Why actually read when you can skim for keywords and then lecture all of us? Someone will be dumb enough to be impressed.

West Genny's a public school. Probably a dozen or so of my relatives went to school there. Sorry if you thought that was a lecture. Actually, no, I'm not sorry at all.


It wasn't a criticism of your comment but of those you corrected.
 
2013-05-13 08:42:04 AM  
"There is no way that the rainbows were there for the rain," Claire Wolfram, Susan's daughter, said two hours later on Twitter. "I knew you'd go out in style, you crazy girl."

Sometimes I hate being a cynical asshole, but not more than I hate see people spout supernatural bullshiat as fact. No, Claire, the rainbows were not a sign from your dead mother. She is dead and is no longer actively causing anything. It's nice that you were able to be reminded of her in a pleasant way, but take your ignorant tribal sky-god worshiping bullshiat and cram it.
 
2013-05-13 08:55:55 AM  
Ah, you cynical farkers.  Yes, we all farking know how farking rainbows work, and I'm sure a lot of the people they interviewed do, too.  But when a really awesome person dies a very untimely death - a bright, shiny well-timed coincidence can be quite comforting.  Since no one present at the game was actually able to say good-bye, I think they should be given a pass on this one.  There's no deity mentioned in TFA, just a person who was very well loved.

/dust, etc.
 
2013-05-13 09:10:37 AM  
That's not a rainbow, one of the girls just went over 9,000 on her power level and turned into a Super Sayen.
 
2013-05-13 11:51:00 AM  
Phew.  Mighty dusty in here.
 
2013-05-13 12:29:42 PM  

MemeSlave: EViLTeW: octopied: Less than a month from diagnosis to death. Horrible.

My F-i-l went less than 72 hours from diagnosis to death.  Similar story, couldn't eat more than ounce or two of food without feeling like he had over eaten.  Went to the ER, was diagnosed, had one dose of chemo and passed later that night.

That's the way I want to go.


Um, no. You don't. On the offhand chance that you really and truly just want to die quickly, head to your local gun store.
 
2013-05-13 11:05:20 PM  
sharphead:
It doesn't rain in Africa.  No rainbows.  Sorry.

Toto would like to have a word with you.
 
2013-05-14 12:03:22 AM  
"Everyone at the West Genesee girls lacrosse game on Thursday knew Susan Wolfram was responsible for the double rainbow that stretched across the field."

Too bad everyone at the West Genesee girls lacross game is f*cking retarded.
 
2013-05-14 12:47:31 AM  

BlousyBrown: Ahhhhh Wegmans. I miss Wegmans. What a great super market. They need to open some up on the west coast.


I know this is off [thread] topic, but it'll probably take them 30+ years for that. They're staying family owned so far, meaning they don't have to please shareholders and can move in their own time. They only opened the ones in PA and MD I think within the last 10 years or so (maybe a bit longer but I am not an expert).
 
2013-05-14 01:04:36 AM  

ladyfortuna: BlousyBrown: Ahhhhh Wegmans. I miss Wegmans. What a great super market. They need to open some up on the west coast.

I know this is off [thread] topic, but it'll probably take them 30+ years for that. They're staying family owned so far, meaning they don't have to please shareholders and can move in their own time. They only opened the ones in PA and MD I think within the last 10 years or so (maybe a bit longer but I am not an expert).


Thanks for knowing about it. Of course I am sorry about the the lady,but seeing the wegmans reference made me see something else.  My own family and how I miss them and how I miss the east coast so much.
 
2013-05-14 01:33:27 AM  

BlousyBrown: Thanks for knowing about it. Of course I am sorry about the the lady,but seeing the wegmans reference made me see something else. My own family and how I miss them and how I miss the east coast so much.


You're welcome; Wegmans may seem like a cult thing but we do seriously take out of towners to the store to show them how it should be done. My decision to agree to move for Lordfortuna's job actually hinged somewhat on the presence of a Wegmans nearby...
 
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