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Jesus decided to make himself appear in the corner of a picture, and therefore destined himself to show up on ebay, again. Jesus was being sneaky, though; the image only shows up so clearly when the picture is upside-down. If the picture is rightside-up, the image vanishes. It's almost like there was some psychological phenomenon at work here...

This thing supposedly looks like Jesus.
Tags: ebay, picture
August 09, 2010 @ 9:44 AM PDT by Wesley

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Jatinder Malhotra
Quoth Jatinder Malhotra on September 01, 2012 @ 8:30 AM PDT

I'm telling you, stop attacking the religous people and sacred photos where Jesus showed up. You're like a bitch who wines all day. Can't you see Jesus in the snow?? It's so fucking clear. He is telling us that He exists. You can't see Him in this photo - this is hallucination. You are denying what you see in front of you.

I hope your website gets taken down. God will wack people like you in the ass some day.

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