Wow, I really don’t mean to alarm anybody on this, first day of 2011, but I think we all need to step back and prepare ourselves for Judgment Day.

Sign your crosses, drink the wine and chew the wafer. Because it’s officially time to repent.

Sweet merciful crap, people. I just saw Jesus. It was awesome, and I have photographic evidence.

And here it is.

[Fuji] 001

Here’s another shot:

[Fuji] 002

He was riding a Rose Parade float. The flowing robe, the grace…striking. Somebody better call the Pope.

And just how do you go about booking Jesus for such an event, anyway? My birthday’s coming up in a few months and it might be a hoot to invite Him.

About Dave

Writes two blogs. Married with one son. Likes donuts and long walks on the beach. Got tired of being fat and lost 100 pounds. Prone to using '80s vernacular. Works as a proofreader. Was an extra in a few TV shows. Tries to be funny.
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  1. Kimberly says:

    1) That is the whitest Jesus I’ve ever seen. I didn’t think it’d be possible for there to be a whiter Jesus than redheaded blue eyed Jesus, but that guy is it. He’s also pretty old to be Jesus, too. And a bit thick. I never fancied the Savior as a husky guy.

    2) A burning bush float would have been much cooler.

    3) Were those charming young people sitting on His float? How do you score that great gig?


    • David Moreno says:

      1) His girth does leave a lot to be desired. A buff, Billy Blanks Jesus would be cool, though. About his age: He’s over 2,000! Give Him a break!

      2) I would have preferred one with a talking ass just to show how ridiculous some parts of the Holy Bible really are. The again, I live next door to a talking ass…

      3) I think you have to have some serious connections for that–or just sell your soul to Millhouse.


    • Kimberly says:

      I wonder if He threw candy. Maybe those jordan almonds! That sounds biblical!


    • Dave says:

      I was thinking figs myself but I don’t think the crowd would have been to receptive of them. Unless they were Fig Newtons, then people wouldn’t have been too upset when they got nailed by Jesus.

      How would one explain that the next day at work?

      “Joe, how’d you get that black eye?”

      “Nailed by Jesus with a Fig Newton.”


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