Friday, July 9, 2010

iPad Smudge Reveals Jesus Image

by Eleanor Rigby, TYDN Jesus Affairs Writer
LOS ANGELES (TYDN) -- Baton-wielding police garbed in heavy riot gear unleashed tear gas and rubber bullets in a once-quiet Los Angeles suburb Friday in a bid to maintain order as tens of thousands of restless pilgrims awaited a chance to glimpse Jesus who appeared in the smudge of a well-fingered iPad, TheYellowDailyNews has learned.

The authorities here arrested at least 85 worshippers in what was this city's biggest melee since the Rodney King riots of 1992. Dozens of others were taken to local hospitals to treat minor injuries as the crowd became restless amid concerns the Jesus smudge might accidently be wiped away.

Vatican officials, who were quickly dispatched here from Rome to verify the discovery, told TheYellowDailyNews in exclusive interviews that it was the first time Jesus' image had been discovered on an iPad, a device many had already believed was next to God. The discovery follows the Vatican's certification of Jesus images found on iPhones, tortillas, trees, pancakes, linoleum table tops, chocolate bars, foggy windows and grilled cheese sandwiches.

"Never have we seen the image of the son of God so pure and clear on such a magical device," Viktor Saintarsky, who holds the Vatican's top post in the Jesus Image Certification Department, said in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews.

The Jesus image discovery, first reported early Friday on TheYellowDailyNews' website, was found on a 14-year-old boy's iPad his parents gave him for his birthday three days before. The boy, whose name was not released because he was a juvenile, was in his third straight day of watching hardcore pornography on the device when the image appeared after he set the device down for a 15-minute break.

At least three sources close to the boy, who spoke to TheYellowDailyNews on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the topic, said the boy has gone blind.

Papal scholars said the Jesus image finding came at a critical time, as the Catholic Church was considering sanctioning the wanton molestation of young girls by its priests in a bid to distance itself from running the largest man-boy, child-sex ring in history.

"This latest finding of an image of Jesus couldn't have come at a better point in the church's history," said Jonathan Blotus, an Oxford University religious historian, in an exclusive interview with TheYellowDailyNews. "It's really says a lot that the image of Jesus appeared on an iPad instead of a Kindle."

Photo: John Repka

11 comments:

John Repka said...

I saw Buddha this morning on my Nook - is that good or bad?

nedu said...
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Anonymous said...

@John Repka, i dont know if its good or bad, but it really says a lot that Buddha chose a nook over an iPad, I mean what was his color resolution or how many colors did he have for that matter?

Christina Engela said...

Interesting to note the preferences of these religious figures ;)

According to Tori Amos Confucius does his crosswords with a pen...

Anonymous said...

Wowza … are you sure it was Jesus and not Lebron? Lebron proclaimed himself as the King however the state of Ohio has uttered a few Jesus Christ’s since he announced he is moving to FL. LOL

Anonymous said...

Good or bad...you are lucky you aren't blind like the boy in the story...

Looking at your nook for too long is definitely a *BAD* thing!!

*grin*

Cindz84 said...

only makes more clear that Steve Jobs is a god and maybe Jesus is his son ;)

Anonymous said...

I'll be more impressed when it's a smudge that looks like a piece of toast with Jesus' image on it, or at least the Virgin Mary...wait, how does anybody know what they looked like anyway?

john wayne said...

Or a piece of Jesus with an image of toast on it. Ill have mine with side of realism.

Anonymous said...

This just bothers me... and makes me laugh... Ridiculous..

Anonymous said...

I love Christians. No other group of people on this earth can come up with as much bs