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Why would such a thing be considered 'taboo' on the Black Market of all places?
Because the reporter or cop made all of that up...Stuff like this is sold and stolen all the time, no one is going to care...how many people on the black market will be like ' oh shit, thats very old, you shouldn't be selling that you dirty little theif'?none lol
And Jesus was saddened when he lost his wood. But behold he rose three days later! And now we await the second cumming...
So I posted a simmilar comment on the YouTube page and got this response:only for those of faith most will never see him."the first shall finish last , the last shall finish first" - how many people obey the word of G-d and follow the 10 commandments, what maybe the children of G-d that's it.US Christian government toasted in 1913 - how much of the founding father's advice is being followed maybe 0. Yea we're done. I laughed my ass off when I read the first part, then I kept reading and saw that they were being serious, and not intending a double entendre. Poe's law strike again!
Yeah, that could be an Easter-tide Cialis commercial.
"There are things you steal that you go straight to hell for."Umm yeah, because stealing deserves being set on fire for eternity? That is some warped set of morals. That isn't even a punishment, punishments are meant to teach someone a lesson so they don't do it anymore, tat instead is just torturing someone on and on to no end. The only kind of person that would condone that is someone that is sadistic.
These were real, actual adults speaking. I'm so stunned I don't know where to start. On a stupid level, who wins: the reporters, the preist, or the sad deluded people wheeling themselves from hospitals to seek healing from a piece of driftwood?
What is the provenance on this knothole?
A piece of the beloved homicide weapon may be missing, but I'll bet you a shroud of Turin there's plenty more where that came from. Cheer up Christians!
This is from the Onion, right?If not, they are dead on and they're not even trying... wow!They don't even know the spot where Jesus was buried or any of that crap. How would they be able to verify a piece of wood as belonging to the cross of Jesus. I'm 100% certain if they dated that piece of wood (if they ever find it) it would not date properly to the time of Jesus. It would probably date to the 1800's from a stupid farm house north of Boston.
<span>Speaking of which, how many of Jesus's foreskins are currently in circulation anyways? Something like 7 or 8? Poor guy must have not had anything left after that ordeal.</span>
How many people watched this with a bit of skepticism? I don't know, seems like a PR stunt to me. As if the catholic church needs more publicity these days...
Ha ha ha, early on she says "...investigators think they do know where to focus their search." Then later they quoted the investigators as saying, "there are things you steal that you go straight to hell for..."So then I assume that the investigators are going to sin, and then commit suicide (or is suicide enough of a sin?), so they can pursue their suspects in hell? Do I have that right?And taboo for the black market!? They'll have to sell it in the black-market-black-market!