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The Therapy Sessions
Friday, October 24, 2003
 

Classic


From Q and O:

"God must not be happy about getting his own movie:

Actor Jim Caviezel has been struck by lightning while playing Jesus in Mel Gibson's controversial film The Passion Of Christ.
The lightning bolt hit Caviezel and the film's assistant director Jan Michelini while they were filming in a remote location a few hours from Rome.

I guess Old Testament God has returned, and he's rediscovered lightning.

But that's not the worst of it.....

It was the second time Michelini had been hit by lightning during the shoot.

So, while pretending to be Jesus, he gets hit by lightning.
Twice.

There's a message there somewhere."


Q and O is rapidly becoming one of my favorite blogs.


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