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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Chirst Struck by Lightning...

The worlds largest Jesus statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, was struck by lightning yesterday. The "Cristo Redentador" sits atop the Corcovado mountain overlooking the city and is 130ft tall, is made of 700 tons of reinforced concrete and stands atop the 2,296ft mountain. The lightning did not cause any damage to the statue but may reinforce some faith among Christians. Muslims and Jews are dubbing the event as a farce and a Christian ploy to convert their waning numbers in their churches, espically the Catholic church. Evangelicals and scientists are on the same page that the sheer height of the statue looms as a beacon for the plasma matter to strike the obvious target. "I was just having some fun, stir up society a little bit and see how people react when I strike a statue of my own son," said God in the post lightning incident. Tours will reopen today, and vigils will be head for those who have ever questioned their faith in the Allmighty...

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