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Jesus Crucifixion & Nails Magnet

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  • Image of the crucifixion of Jesus
  • 3 inch refrigerator magnet
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Product Description

This magnet features a photo of a sculpture of Jesus hanging on the cross in a bed of nails

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Shipping Weight 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Barger's Boutique
ASIN B0024JG270
Item model number jesus-easter01
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1 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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Date first available at Amazon.com April 2, 2010

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If I was Jesus - I'm not saying I AM Jesus, obviously - but if I were Jesus, (and that's for you to decide; I am certainly not claiming to be the son of god, it's not for me to say) if I were Jesus, king of kings, master of the universe, lord of the flies, I would find this item quite offensive. It's pretty sarcastic, IMHO.

It's as if someone went, "Oh, what's jesus really known for"

Presumably there was a list drawn up in a board room full of corporate suits, chugging on cigars, counting every bean, the bottom line, checking their stocks on their Blueberries and Highphones and Adenoids; they're all calling out the names of things Jesus may or may not be well known for - healing the poor, feeling the sick, inventing the notion of eternal torment, wine-making,threatening people with swords, that sort of thing...

Then some bright spark chimes in with 'nails!'

"What?"

'Nails!'

"What do you mean?"

'Nails. Didn't he get stuck up there with some nails?'

"Yes,and magnets! And we're a nail and magnet manufacturer. Brilliant - let's make a nail magnet!"

And that's how it went down. Never mind that poor old Jimbo McJesus was nailed through the head to keep him on that stick, poor sod. Imagine how our lord, keeper of the scrolls, order of the moles, owner of a Rolls, is looking down, all beatific like, looking down on us, and up to us and sideways at us, because he's everywhere, he's looking at us and shaking his head and going "ow, ow, me crown of thorns, it's digging in" and the holy spigot is saying "I've told you a thousand times, don't shake yer head, Jimmy, your thorns'll dig in; anyway I've told you not to wear that thorn crown - wear your halo crown instead".
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