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Althalus

Tears of blood

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             NO BIG DEAL?   I would certainly be impressed if I saw it.   :o

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Surely a very quick and cheap lab. test would verify if this realy is blood?

Have you noticed that film actors always stick their fingers in a suspected pool of blood? WOULD YOU?  ???

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Not really, you could catch anything

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       Interesting to note,  the tests would have still shown it was 'real human blood'.  

        And if the son is an addict,  I'm sure (like SP said) it is bound to be contaminated.  :o

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What if all those bleeding and crying statues would be real? Would that be really frightning? The strange thing is that those reports have always been and will always be.

Odin S. :s9

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Homer - not neccassarily, it is dependant on what he is addicted too and how careful he was.

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Why is it that the only statues that cry or drink milk are from reasonably modern religions?

Wouldn't it be great if the heads on Easter Island burped or if the mummies of long dead pharohs started farting?

May I add that I am not a believer in these modern day religious phenomena?  :sg

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You do surprise me - i took you for a signed up believer from your last comment :)

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