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Originally posted by Fin Chron Watchman
Calm down? You have got to be kidding me. I think this site is here because we all want a place where we can discuss these subjects...and definitly without someone telling us ALL to calm down!
Thanks for your input.....
Originally posted by theRiverGoddess
I If this DOES turn out to be true, I will feel sad that I have been single these past couple of years. I wished I had gotten laid more........I miss sex......If the world as we know it does end that will be my BIGGEST regret. My lack of getting laid due to some strong MORAL urges, wich over ride my sexual urges......
hmmmmmmmm (note to self....add rubbers to the stockpiles list)***wishfull thinking even in the face of death....
[Edited on 26-5-2004 by theRiverGoddess]
Calm down everyone, you don't know yet for certain what is causing all of these anomalies. They are happening yes, but we are not certain of the causes. Also, if what the AB is saying is true don't you think a lot more astronomers, even amateurs, will notice this?
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Several statues of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary in an Australian hall have apparently begun weeping and bleeding rose oil, prompting the Catholic Church to launch an investigation, a church official said on Tuesday.
Hundreds of people have flocked to a Vietnamese community hall near St Mary's Church in the Brisbane suburb of Inala after news spread that several statues, crucifixes, tablecloths and a set of prayer beads were oozing rose-scented oil.
"It's one of those matters where you proceed prudently," said Father Adrian Farrelly, who has been appointed by the church to investigate the incident.
The objects, which reportedly began bleeding and weeping a week ago, have been placed behind glass in the hall until investigators can examine them.
"It looks genuine enough, but then I suppose I don't know what a fake one looks like," visitor Mark Power told Brisbane's Courier-Mail newspaper on Tuesday. "I'd like to believe, but (I'll) wait and see what the church says."
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