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Desc:A giant fiberglass statue of Jesus on the side of I-75 was hit by lightning and this happened.
Category:Religious, Science & Technology
Tags:Jesus, irony, ohio, LOL XTIANS
Submitted:Hooper_X
Date:06/15/10
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Comment count is 25
BOOSH - 2010-06-15
ADVANTAGE: Zeus

Your move Yahweh
voodoo_pork - 2010-06-15
Odin 1: Jesus 0

Riskbreaker - 2010-06-15
You can't stop ragnarock jesus.

Ludo Smell Bad - 2010-06-15
WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW?

James Woods - 2010-06-15
God's gone senile. Your signs don't make sense anymore, old man!
Lurchi - 2010-06-15
It was foretold in Revelation.

Lurchi - 2010-06-15
Anyway blame Charlie Weis.

spikestoyiu - 2010-06-15
I remember driving past this thing while on tour, which is how I learned of its existence.

I've heard that the church plans on rebuilding the thing. I feel like it should be more amazing to me that these particular Christians would have the balls to spend money on this when there are so many poor and homeless people out there that could probably actually use that money. But it's not; it's about what I'd expect.
James Woods - 2010-06-15
Seriously man. All evangelicals do is maintain each others fantasies about changing the world and being at the centre of God's plan. They'll justify it all as a group. Perhaps the pastor will write up a sermon about perseverance and call for the congregation to raise the money to replace what has become to them a symbol for the battle against evil that they wage everyday in America at church in prayer. They'll make more than enough money for a more glorious replacement via a special additional tithe, and it will be celebrated as a victory. Thanks Christians!

HankFinch - 2010-06-15
"I remember driving past this thing while on tour, which is how I learned of its existence."

Now THAT'S a pick-up line!

snothouse - 2010-06-15
Harry Nilsson tag?
Walker - 2010-06-15
I just drove by this for the first time last summer. Never knew it existed and kinda creeped me out.

I think they should leave it up as "Robo-Endoskeleton Jesus".
spikestoyiu - 2010-06-15
Terminator Jesus.

Timothy A. Bear - 2010-06-15
Stars for you

tmavomodry - 2010-06-15
The little known fourth member of Public Enemy.

charmlessman - 2010-06-15
2 1/2 minutes of the same 13 seconds looped over and over. That's a little disappointing. I wanted to see the thing topple.

-1 star.
EnochEmery - 2010-06-15
So does God do the weather or not? Because sometimes Christians claim that it's God's Will that some hurricane, tornado, or flood hit some place (preferably with homosexuals) and then sometimes, like this, it's Satan. Does He contract the weather out most of the time? It's one big mystery to me.
SolRo - 2010-06-15
God does the bad things to people that xtians hate, satan does bad things to xtians.

Or if they're really insane xtians, it's god testing them when he kills off most of their faimily.

Zarathustra00 - 2010-06-15
I had the misfortune to get guilted into attending church with my family when I visited them about a year ago. In the Sunday school class for the adults they read aloud a letter from a couple thanking the church members for their support and prayers when their newborn child passed away. The letter just kept talking about how happy they were their child was in a better place and thanking god for taking him from them to be with him.

Based on everyone's expressions and comments in the class I was the only person who thought the couple was either really mentally disturbed or in complete denial of their grief.

Kieran27 - 2010-06-15
I would so give this five stars if the destruction of the statue had one church group attacking the people who erected this one saying "See? God does not want you to worship idols! No graven images!!!"

Sadly, in a world where people buy grilled cheese sandwiches with the images of the Virgin Mary on it, it's not likely to happen.
TeenerTot - 2010-06-16
Catholics are really into idols. Statues, prayer cards, candles with a thorny heart painted on them...They LIVE for that stuff.

pastorofmuppets - 2010-06-15
God was shooting for the mega-church behind it and missed.
memedumpster - 2010-06-15
True story, at my local megachurch, God took their flashy lit up sign and threw it through their front doors. I choose to believe God only exists to punish Christians.

Rovin - 2010-06-15
There's a Christopher Lee cameo, score music from The Wicker Man, Edward Woodward dialogue, and a "Think Bigger" title missing.
ShiftlessRastus - 2010-06-15
From "The Passion of the Christ" IMDB page:


"In an interview with Newsweek magazine, James Caviezel spoke about a few of the difficulties he experienced while filming. This included being accidentally whipped twice, which has left a 14-inch scar on his back. Caviezel also admitted he was struck by lightning while filming the Sermon on the Mount and during the crucifixion, experienced hypothermia during the dead of winter in Italy. "


Can't these guys take a hint?
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