Tuesday, December 11, 2012

I Thought He Was Born in Bethlehem

Not outer space


Well, how else can you explain Mary and Joseph being astronauts?


NOTE:  I find it fascinating that He isn't wearing a helmet.  Turning water into wine sounds a little less remarkable now, doesn't it?

37 comments:

  1. Oh No!! Where is Jesus' space helmet???

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    1. Jesus can breathe in the cold vacuum of space.

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  2. I wouldn't have noticed He wasn't wearing a helmet if you didn't point it out, that's a pretty neat trick. I for one am proud to serve our new intergalactic overlord Space Jesus.

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    1. I know. I don't know who would think of doing something like this.

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  4. Maybe they were sea-people who couldn't adapt to fresh air?

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  5. Is it just me or does Mary look like she is quite "satisfied"? Joseph must certainly know how to please his woman!

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    1. I really had quite a snappy reply, but I'm thinking I've already pressed my luck in the blasphemy department.

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  6. Aliens? I think not. Mary and Joseph dawned head bubbles to block out the negative chatter directed toward her virginity laden pregnancy. The people back then did not believe in miracles, just as the people nowadays do not believe in them. I have often times tried the head bubble approach, as I find myself wanting to block out a good majority of the idiocy that I hear of on the daily. It does make eating a bit more challenging, but you gotta take the good with the bad.

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    1. So you're saying that my tin-foil hat probably won't work...?

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    2. No, I didn't say that. Tin foil is an effective way to block out sound waves from extraterrestrials. It will not, however, help when trying to block out the idiotic crap spewed by the news media, Hollywood and/or liberal extremists. You are better off jamming your head into a toilet bowl and flush repeatedly.

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    3. Whew! Thank goodness because I bought stock in Reynolds Wrap. I'll try that trick with the toilet. Hearing crap fly by my head can't be any different than listening to White House press conferences.

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    1. Just goes to show that there's a market for just about anything.

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  8. This just proves the whole Superman/Jesus comparison.

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  9. Sure, he was born in Bethlehem, but the Bible shares little of his life between birth and age 30 or so. Who's to say he didn't fly his parents bang--zoom--to the moon?

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    1. I thought He was doing the ancient Judean version of "rumspringen." But, I'm thinking your version is probably more accurate.

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  10. Joseph looks more like Obi Wan Kenobi from Star Wars so maybe this explains a lot, I quite like these peices haha but I don't think that I'd buy any.

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  11. I notice the baby Jesus does not get his own space helmet, which means he is either the true messiah or just another sad statistic of infant mortality….

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    1. As if we needed another example of his deity-ness (I suspect that is not a real word).

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  12. This whole post borders on sacrilegious! I'm getting out of here before the lightning strikes! lol

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    1. I figured that, after my Hanukkah post, God knows where I'm coming from, lightning-wise.

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  13. "space jesus" I like that too,very funny!

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  14. Is outer space where they lost their fingers?

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    1. The cold snapped them off like breadsticks.

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  15. Obviously, you are not a Mormon.

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    1. Oh, that's right. I forgot they were more than bicycles and losing Presidential candidates.

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  16. WHERE did you find those?!? I must have one.

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    1. At Target. Where I also found the Menorah and Dreidel "Christmas" ornaments.

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