Virgin Mary

Only in Kansas… a man saw the Virgin Mary in his George Foreman Grill drip pan.  The story is here.

Which raises some interesting questions:

— Do we *actually* know what Mary looked like?

— How much will this sell for?

— Who believes this stuff…? 

A Google search for “Virgin Mary” and “eBay” gets… well, way too many hits for those two words combined. 

GoldenPalace.com bought the Mary grilled cheese for publicity sake (and supposedly to sell for charity):

Mary Grilled Cheese

And just to be gratuitous, here’s Mary on a jellybean (real image on left, enhanced image on right):

Mary Jelly Bean

*sigh*  When will people ever learn to stop selling things on eBay…?

 

[tags]Virgin Mary, Kansas, George Foreman, drip pan, GoldenPalace.com, jellybean, grilled cheese[/tags]

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  • Martin Beeman

    Mr. Johnson,

    In fact, the greatest miracle is as “””””lame””””” as you say – the miracle of the Eucharist, which is the center of the Christian faith. In this, bread and wine are changed into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. Secondly, the most prominent miracles happen to the most ignorant of people, such as the children at Fatima. Your statement is erroneous.