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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Most Ridiculous Item of the Day: Jesus Sheet Metal

Sheetmetal Come on... the face of Jesus on a piece of sheet metal.  You could own it today!  It's on auction at eBay... the bid right now is just $2,025.00.

Who are the people who bid on things like this?  (There have been 42 bids).  I just don't understand.

Here's more from the posting on eBay:

Image Of Jesus on Sheet Metal, unpacked right from the crate.  Had to do a double take! Totally amazed  several people. You can actually see an image of him with arms in the air or a frontal and a side image of him. Felt Chills When I Held It!!!!

****This item IS the One and Only Original Piece.****

This Piece has been seen on several TV Stations, Newspaper articles, Internet Sites and Radio Stations.

This is no hoax, to see it is to believe it!

That makes this today's most ridiculous item of the day.  I'm off to go look for Jesus on things in my garage.

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So let me get this straight...Granger puts a billboard outside a Hooters to discuss a socially relevant topic and they're condemned, then Kenny Loggins shows up on a piece of sheet metal, and someone will drop two grand on that! No wonder Christianity doesn't have quite the draw it did in Acts 2. We're a bunch of looneys!

(please note sarcastic tone throughout)

Posted by: Tim | Feb 28, 2006 10:14:28 AM

More than likely many are Catholic and understanding the Stigmata gives insight into the infatuation with such things.

I'm not defending it, nor would I defend Granger's approach but they do both start with an assumption and they may both be wrong. The only real way to know for sure is..... :) of course you already know what I'm going to say don't you.

Posted by: BeHim | Feb 28, 2006 11:04:09 AM

That's funny.....it looked more like Elvis to me....Now that I would pay $2000 for

Posted by: Andrew | Feb 28, 2006 12:05:42 PM

ROTF... that's TRUE Andrew it DOES look like Elvis... lol

Posted by: BeHim | Feb 28, 2006 12:25:42 PM

Looks like Mt Rushmore's George Washington and Thomas Jefferson doing the wave!

Posted by: Randy Ehle | Feb 28, 2006 12:33:44 PM

I couldn't tell you who it looks like to me. I know it can't be Jesus because to me it looks like he is smoking a Havanna Cigar.

Posted by: Clairvoyent 1 | Feb 28, 2006 2:08:09 PM

I've got a picture of Jesus on a piece of paper from my printer, It is an only copy and one of a kind.... Priceless. J

Posted by: Jay 2.1 | Mar 1, 2006 11:09:19 PM

I want that sheet-metal to use as the back wall of my new "traveling evangelist bus Road Show."
It's a new ministry I am thinking about. I will come to your churches, have people line up for miles to show me their 'Christian Junk' and then I'll nappraise it for eternal value. It would be a great knock ooff of the Antique dudes and we could run it on TBN.

Posted by: Jeff | Mar 2, 2006 12:22:10 PM

Seriously, there are almost 59000 items on ebay right now that show up under a search for "JESUS!"

Posted by: Jeff | Mar 2, 2006 12:26:08 PM

Hmmm...should I get the Last Supper lunchbox or the Jesus bobblehead doll? Or how about the Jesus fish clock? (Is it guaranteed to chime when "The Hour has come"?!)

Posted by: Randy Ehle | Mar 2, 2006 1:28:20 PM

I would go with the Jesus Fish Clock. I just checked and they ran out of the first two on March 1st. They said it was a toss up between the Fish Clock or the Rod Parsley Sword which is now on clearance.

Posted by: Clairvoyent 1 | Mar 3, 2006 10:35:05 PM

C'mon, MAYBE Charley Chaplin, Groucho, or Hitler. Not Christ, sorry. By the way, If you turn it up on it's right side, it looks like a couple of steam engines in a head-on train wreck.

Posted by: jim | Mar 9, 2006 10:21:47 PM

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