It's too hot even for Jesus


A blis­ter­ing hot day can make any­body thank the good Lord for air con­di­tion­ing, so it makes per­fect sense for Jesus to appear in an AC Jesus in ACunit. A Mis­sis­sippi man claims that an old, rusted air con­di­tion­ing unit con­tains 5000 BTUs as well as an image of Jesus. Christo­pher Golds­berry says he bought the old unit from a friend for $10 after notic­ing what appears to be an image of the mes­siah in the rust. He explains, “When I saw that, I was taken aback. I knew who that was imme­di­ately, so I had to take a pic­ture to send to my girl­friend.” Of course he did.

A Chi­nese man and his fam­ily are now stuck in South Korea after his four-year-old son turned his father’s pass­port into his lat­est art
mas­ter­piece. The child, pos­si­bly feel­ing his father needed some facial hair, drew him some whiskers and beard. He also col­ored in
his eyes and drew him some friends– all in black ink. When the father tried to board his flight back to China, cus­toms would not let
him through to his plane. They are now both stranded in South Korea with no way to get home.
Police in Wash­ing­ton State say that a woman was sit­ting at a ferry ter­mi­nal with head­phones on when a guy knocked her on the head from behind, grabbed her iPod and purse, and took off. Police say the woman didn’t rec­og­nize the man, but the AP reports that she saw a tri­an­gle tat­too on his neck. Lo and behold, the next day she received a friend request from—you guessed it—a guy with a tri­an­gle neck tat­too. Twenty-eight-year-old Riley Allen Mullins, who police traced to the Face­book account and tat­too in ques­tion, has been charged with
second-degree robbery.

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