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(Agora Cosmopolitan)   Photo proves girl's cancer was cured by an alien. Or a ghost. Or an angel. Certainly not by the bone marrow transplant   (agoracosmopolitan.com) divider line 47
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2013-06-02 12:19:12 PM
Bah.  Camera was clearly set to the night portrait mode (or whatever it's called) where the shutter is held open for a while in order to expose the dark background, then the flash fires to expose the subject in the foreground.  Since she was moving and illuminated by her sparklers, she appeared as the alien/ghost/streetlight and then when the flash did its thing, she appeared as the static figure.  Case closed.
 
2013-06-02 12:24:35 PM
Are you f*&*# kidding me?  Really?  You bastards aren't even trying anymore, are you?
 
2013-06-02 01:24:59 PM
I really don't like when people use the word cure when talking about successful cancer treatment.

//in most cases
 
2013-06-02 01:52:35 PM
Thank goodness that the supernatural entities managed to take care of the only kid in any danger at present.
 
2013-06-02 02:23:35 PM
At this point, I'm fairly certain that today's admin is Rob Ford's crackwhore.
 
2013-06-02 02:25:50 PM

Relatively Obscure: Thank goodness that the supernatural entities managed to take care of the only kid in any danger at present.


I couldn't agree more.

Look!  These two kids survived the earthquake!  It's a miracle!

Of course, thousands died, including their family, so they're going to be sent to a crappy orphanage now, but Miracle!
 
2013-06-02 02:40:34 PM
They shouldn't have wasted the time and effort on the bone marrow transplant if Alien Virgin Mary was going to heal her anyway.
 
2013-06-02 03:07:09 PM
It seems plausible.  After all, it comes from the exact same source that gave us alien rats on Mars.

And for the love of all that his holy, just resign already Ford.  Guilty or not.  You're embarrassing. (embarr with an assing)
 
2013-06-02 03:40:44 PM
Never ceases to amaze me how staggeringly stupid and gullible some people are.
 
2013-06-02 03:42:16 PM
Can you get a ghost transplant?
 
2013-06-02 03:43:43 PM
OMG it's just like those kids that survived the tornadoes in Moore because the glory of the Lord shone upon them!
 
2013-06-02 03:44:05 PM
Eh. At least Jesus is letting someone else in the limelight for once.
 
2013-06-02 03:46:00 PM
So they cured the cancer, the cancer is healthy now, submitter?
 
2013-06-02 03:47:44 PM
Numerous bone marrow transplants... Huh. So what's the limit? I might just want to take myself off the registry.
 
2013-06-02 03:52:21 PM
Pretty sure that's a streetlight.
 
2013-06-02 03:53:12 PM
I'm not saying it's not a toomah ...but IT"S NOT A TOOMAH!
 
2013-06-02 03:54:10 PM
Call me when God/angels/Mary/etc... causes an amputee's limb to grow back.
 
2013-06-02 03:54:58 PM
Yeah. Don't thank the doctors or nurses or science that helped.

It was obviously aliens. Or Jesus. #soblessed
 
2013-06-02 03:55:32 PM

camarugala: Numerous bone marrow transplants... Huh. So what's the limit? I might just want to take myself off the registry.


Since it doesn't transplant the donors stupidity, I would say go ahead and stay on the list.
 
2013-06-02 03:57:26 PM
What a bunch of brain dead, farking morons.
 
2013-06-02 03:57:33 PM

camarugala: Numerous bone marrow transplants... Huh. So what's the limit? I might just want to take myself off the registry.


If you get five on your frequent customer card your sixth is free!
 
2013-06-02 03:58:26 PM
www.rantingnewyorker.com
 
2013-06-02 04:02:38 PM
I'm on the list for a mermaid marrow transplant #prayforme
 
2013-06-02 04:05:14 PM

theorellior: camarugala: Numerous bone marrow transplants... Huh. So what's the limit? I might just want to take myself off the registry.

If you get five on your frequent customer card your sixth is free!


I've only donated once!  I was hoping for a free subway sandwich anyway.
 
2013-06-02 04:06:19 PM

KimNorth: camarugala: Numerous bone marrow transplants... Huh. So what's the limit? I might just want to take myself off the registry.

Since it doesn't transplant the donors stupidity, I would say go ahead and stay on the list.


So you don't know much about oncology do you?

1/10
 
2013-06-02 04:15:09 PM
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2013-06-02 04:39:36 PM
Photo proves girl's cancer was cured by an alien. Or a ghost. Or an angel. Certainly not by the three farking bone marrow transplants

FTFY.  If I weren't so nice, I'd laugh at the "Virgin Mary's" incompetence when the kid has to go through another transplant next year.
 
2013-06-02 04:42:10 PM
TFA  "Erin was diagnosed with leukemia in February 2007 and since gone through numerous bone marrow transplants. When the miraculous photo was taken, she was about to undergo her second transplant."

So why did they still go through with the second transplant if their sky wizard cured her?

Make up your minds you farking morans.
 
2013-06-02 04:47:29 PM
Thank Jebus
 
2013-06-02 04:52:11 PM

haolegirl: I'm on the list for a mermaid marrow transplant #prayforme


So, a merrow transplant then.

Those give you gills, right?
 
2013-06-02 04:53:36 PM
the child was cured of the disease soon, in Kirkland Ohio,in May 2013,

Is this English?
 
2013-06-02 04:54:09 PM
Even as a believer in at least some level of UFO activity, what is the thinking behind ghostly apparitions only appearing in photos?

Seriously, folks, it's light. If it was there outside of photographic phenomenon, you'd see it normally (unless using IR filters/etc, but these are usually polaroid or digital camera shots) and a combination of lense glare and terrible photography seems about 10000% more likely than a zebra diagnosis.
 
2013-06-02 05:09:10 PM
This is the most amazing-yet-true story from "UFO Sightings Daily" that I have ever seen. It is even more amazing than the time that The Virgin Mary plus a large dose of Tinactin cured my jock itch.

Will we be getting a "UFO Sightings Daily" tag now?
 
2013-06-02 05:19:03 PM

Canton: haolegirl: I'm on the list for a mermaid marrow transplant #prayforme

So, a merrow transplant then.

Those give you gills, right?


And webby fingers! So excited... #thankyouanimalplanet
 
2013-06-02 05:25:49 PM

swaniefrmreddeer: [www.rantingnewyorker.com image 596x591]


God just needs some new batteries. He was previously being powered by the batteries that came in the package with him and we all know those don't last very long.
 
2013-06-02 05:29:17 PM
IT IS NOT A STREETLIGHT
 
2013-06-02 05:35:00 PM
pool.twincitiesdailyphoto.com
 
2013-06-02 05:38:23 PM
"I know she's not alone, I know we are not alone and people who don't want to believe it, that's OK. Whatever happened, you know something powerful and special was there with us I definitely have my moments when I'm falling apart and I'm terrified and I literally grab my phone and I stare at that picture."


Well you do want to believe, and that's ok too.  But not only are you and child not alone in a deity sense, you have a highly trained staff of humans who are using everything mankind has discovered to help your child.  Believe in whatever higher power you want to, but don't discount the simple human impulse to help others.
 
2013-06-02 05:41:45 PM
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Just for the hell of it, here's some conspiracy theorist baiting:

A search for Kirkland, Ohio seemed to indicate that it was a misspelling of Kirtland, Ohio, which is an important location in the history of the Mormon church. Joseph Smith claimed to have been visited by divine entities and many of the early leaders in the Mormon church were Freemasons. Illuminati? Reptilians? Was this child's health offered as a sacrifice to alien beings who were pretending to be angels? What does this mean? I DON'T KNOW!
 
2013-06-02 06:48:19 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-06-02 07:38:25 PM
The virgin Mary wears a t-shirt and jeans?
 
2013-06-02 09:46:57 PM

shower_in_my_socks: Never ceases to amaze me how staggeringly stupid and gullible some people are.


They may be but they are also a great source of income for some of us so don't tell them.
 
2013-06-03 02:43:38 AM
I understand the need to believe in a god, and I understand why it is that people might believe in a god of some sort (looking up at the night sky, etc.); but I find it incredibly sad and also mind-boggling when people have to do things like this: to wit, daughter has deadly illness, daughter has massive medical interventions, daughter begins to recover and LO! IT WAS THE POWER OF CHRIST (god, allah, whoever) and SEE! We've got the picture to prove it! Because these poor dolts have to believe in their god so bad, for whatever reason, that it wasn't the heroic efforts of the medical personnel that salvaged their daughter--no, it was divine intervention.

That's a whole aspect of the god thing I just don't get. Believe in a god if it makes you feel better--but give the doctors some credit too. Don't sound like some kind of idiot: Yes, I had nineteen open-heart surgeries and forty-two bone-marrow transplants...but it was drinking that holy water that cured me! Those doctors had nothing to do with it!
 
2013-06-03 02:51:20 AM
Looked like a demon, to me.
 
2013-06-03 11:44:34 AM

I_Am_Weasel: It seems plausible.  After all, it comes from the exact same source that gave us alien rats on Mars.

And for the love of all that his holy, just resign already Ford.  Guilty or not.  You're embarrassing. (embarr with an assing)


As long as the editorial board of The Toronto Star quits as well.
 
2013-06-03 12:54:58 PM
People who attribute a doctor's hard work to some supernatural entity deserve to be charged double.
 
2013-06-03 01:14:08 PM
"Knew" a guy online through a forum site who was convinced that god had cured his cancer.  Forget the fact that he was in chemotherapy and under the care of several doctors, he was certain that it was god who cured his cancer.  His proof?  During one of his chemo sessions he felt a tightness in his chest and became short of breath.  Then several months later his cancer was gone.  I kid you not.
 
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