Thursday, March 12, 2015

Amplifying Doubt

Recall this little tidbit?

ebay toast

Diana Duyser, a work-from-home jewelry designer, made the sandwich ten years ago. She put it in a clear plastic box with cotton balls and kept it on her nightstand. 

“People ask me if I have had blessings since she has been in my home. I have won $70,000 on different occasions at the casino near my house.” After 1.7 million hits, the sandwich sold for $28,000 to an online casino. 

I have NO idea what the CEO was thinking.

Donna Lee found Jesus in a pierogi and sold it on eBay for $1,775

However, a Jesus pancake bid started at $500 and went up to $15,000 before the listing was pulled. It was determined that the pancake was not the genuine article. (I don’t know how the determination was made.)

I think I’ve found an explanation. The Holy Food silliness may be a ploy by a less than holy force, making the believers look, um . . . like they look, amplifying the doubt in divine miracles for the rest of us.

I would buy some of this toast. 

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