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Lightning Strikes Clown Twice On Same Day

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A rodeo clown has miraculously survived after being struck by lightning twice on the same day.

Casey Wagner was taking part in a Rednecks With Paychecks off-road driving event in Saint Jo, Texas, when a storm hit.

He sheltered under a tree and was struck by lightning.

"What I remember is just a loud boom and it dropped me to my knees - and then it hit me again," he told CBS News.

http://uk.news.yahoo...88.html#hRTQBwu

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maybe he shouldn't fly by plane for a while.

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Maybe Zeus was displeased with his jokes?

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And when the ambulance arrived the doors and wheels fell off.

Such is the luck of a rodeo clown.

Edited by Eldorado
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God hates clowns? Lol

He is lucky to be alive.

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Further proof that clowns are the unholy work of SATAN!!!

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Hope the bloke isn't hurt. Maybe God disproves of his humour? lol

My father was struck by lightning once. He survived because he was wearing a pair of wellingtons.

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That was so much for a coincidence...

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"I was on the empire state building, and I felt a few rain drops: so, I hid under the lightning rod..." -Common Sense in action...

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And when the ambulance arrived the doors and wheels fell off.

Such is the luck of a rodeo clown.

You forgot the part where 50 or 60 clown doctors jump out of the broken down ambulance and run around sparying each other with seltzer bottles. :-)

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"I give everything to God," he said. "So I owe everything to him, he's the one that kept me alive. I can tell you one thing, I'm going to start going to church more."

Uhm, not to be glib, but wasn't it God that struck you in the first place? Just saying.

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"I give everything to God," he said. "So I owe everything to him, he's the one that kept me alive. I can tell you one thing, I'm going to start going to church more."

Uhm, not to be glib, but wasn't it God that struck you in the first place? Just saying.

Just means God has a sense of humor. God's version of a hand "joy buzzer"

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"I give everything to God," he said. "So I owe everything to him, he's the one that kept me alive. I can tell you one thing, I'm going to start going to church more."

Uhm, not to be glib, but wasn't it God that struck you in the first place? Just saying.

That's a question that has vexed me for some time......Why do churches have lightning conductors fitted?

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Good Lord .... Not even GOD can kill Pennywise. WE'RE DOOMED!

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That's a question that has vexed me for some time......Why do churches have lightning conductors fitted?

Don't get me wrong. I'm on God's side here :)

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Clowns are creepy any damn way!!

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"I give everything to God," he said. "So I owe everything to him, he's the one that kept me alive. I can tell you one thing, I'm going to start going to church more."

Uhm, not to be glib, but wasn't it God that struck you in the first place? Just saying.

Yes.

But not his god...

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Lesson number 1: Do not dress as a clown

Lesson number 2: Don't attend redneck festivals

Lesson number 3: Don't thank a fictional human construct such as god for surviving as if he did exist, he would probably be the one trying to headshot you with electricity :yes:

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my guess is a higher ower is trying to tell him to get a different job lol

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God is the one who got him struck lol.

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I wonder if people near him said "Hey do you smell something funny burning?"

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I felt compelled to read this story. lol I am now entertained.

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God hates clowns. Even Patch Adams got screwed.

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"At the hospital they said the poncho I was wearing was carrying static because it was one of those plastic ones," he said.

http://uk.news.yahoo...88.html#hRTQBwu

Nature done what it does when it wants to do it, this is just another human being wearing the wrong thing at the right time.

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