virgin mary in grilled cheese sandwich

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Postby blib68 » Wed Dec 01, 2004 10:59 pm

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Postby Kiranna » Thu Dec 02, 2004 12:22 am

OMG, 28,000.00. I better start looking at my grilled cheese's before eating them in the future =p
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Postby Uilea » Thu Dec 02, 2004 1:21 am

Looks more like Marilyn Monroe to me
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Postby Eilsel_Seaspryte » Thu Dec 02, 2004 2:01 am

i thought it looked like madonna to me
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Postby Skel » Thu Dec 02, 2004 8:40 am

I think it looks like a goddamn sandwich which i would very much like to eat. Get around me long enough and you'll learn i hate organized religion, and this is a perfect example of why. The Virgin Mary in a grilled cheese sandwich? If you buy that, you should see the portrait of the Pope i have on my dirty socks.

Seriously.

And what happens when it gets all moldy and nasty? The poor dumb fuck who bought this will probably STILL have it in a shrine at home and think he's the most blessed human in the world.

God must be laughing his metaphorical ass off at this one. Christ, how stupid ARE people?
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Postby copulous » Thu Dec 02, 2004 11:48 am

this was on dave letterman like last week or the week before. so dave comes out with his grill cheese sandwich of someone famous. forget who it was, but it was funny and showed you how friggin easy it was to burn whatever image you wanted on it.
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Postby Serano » Thu Dec 02, 2004 2:31 pm

I just finished a short story in an asamov's fantasy anthology. It was about a guy that was married and had a young son and the wife died. SO this guy has a seance and his wife says - take care of little Eddie - he is going to be important one day... so he is like jeez - its always Eddie with her.... Anyways - it goes on for half a dozen pages about this guys mundane life and how some bomber blew up his neighbors house and how part of the explosive debris hits the kid on the face and makes a scar and how they go on to live mundane lives in their housing development. Then the boy finishes college - the man remarries and then his son does well in the restaraunt buisness. Then there is a fire where the young man is a hero and saves a lot of people and children from t he fire but perishes. then there is like his image left over on a towel that he wiped his face on in near picture perfect quality ---and that is the end.... like that --- mundane story about a mundane life and like no catchy ending.

Whats the point? well the image burned in something. what a shitty story tho.
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Postby Nistari » Thu Dec 02, 2004 5:28 pm

Ser, you kill me....
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hehe

Postby bill » Fri Dec 03, 2004 1:12 pm

Ser, Isaac has a special brand of morality that keeps me coming back. I can't quite put my finger on it.

Skel wrote:And what happens when it gets all moldy and nasty?


Normally I jump right on the Skepticism bandwagon. The sandwich never acquired mold in the 10 years she's had the thing.

She said she saw the face staring back at her as she bit into it. The lack of mold after 10 years is what gets me.

As IF we could comprehend divinity.

The fact that ppl can argue about religion back and forth tells me that we are still cavemen. Someday, we will all be as one.

Heh, when I think to myself in quiet meditation about the idea of someone watching over me, I think back to Vnayin's sig on this board.

I am praying and yet I am the only one that can ehar my prayers, I must be god! Something to that extent.


If asked what I believe, I reply:

"This is the craziest amusement park I have ever seen. Did you go on that airplane ride? hot shit!"
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Postby Bilnick » Fri Dec 03, 2004 4:51 pm

Jesus found in an X-ray!!!

(click on the video link in upper right of the page)
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Postby Skel » Mon Dec 06, 2004 8:50 am

That is so, so very sad. My intelligence actually drops several points every time i read about this shit.

you live, you die, THE END.

the "afterlife" is for people who feel cheated by the first life in the way that other people use ice cream as comfort food.
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Postby Quichangg » Tue Dec 07, 2004 1:18 pm

Was just reading somewhere a casino bought the virgin grilled cheese and also paid 65,000 for a ghost on ebay (comes with a cane). What a waste of money :plzdie
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Postby Serano » Tue Dec 07, 2004 2:19 pm

hmmm. this story wasn't actually a story by Dr. Asimov - it was in an anthology published by his magazine. This actual anthology may have been published before he died... dont' remember it was a few year old book
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