The magic of oil pastels.
God’s getting pretty lazy with her miracles.
Or someone redrew it at 3:00 am and dumped a bucket of water across the top to make it look old.
She’s recovering from Covid
The question is who’s parking lot did this appear in, and is there a convenient nearby store that sells the Jesus & Mary candles?
But seriously, the threshold in these matters is low. This kid created a database and now he’s on the path to Sainthood. Forget the people who designed and built the computers, eh?
Yeah, that happened in my old neighbourhood in the late 70s. Someone had painted the Rush 2112 logo on the street. It was there for a year or two then disappeared, then reappeared. God’s an Objectivist apparently.
Beatifying the teen ‘computer genius’ is like giving the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Rush Limbaugh. Both are fine examples of pandering. The church needs young people, Mangolini needs votes.
Uh, most chalk artists spray their finished work with a fixative.
Over time, the work is occluded by an accretion of dust, grime, and organic detritus.
Then, a strong rain or a cleaning uncovers the preserved drawing.
The real miracle is that the fixative maintained its integrity given all the weathering and UV exposure it had to endure.
Ok, Mr./Mrs. science pants, how do you explain this cracker that turns into the body of a demi-god?
And, as usual, gullible religious folks who were never taught how to think clearly are thanking a supernatural being for something that is in fact the result of science and technology - in this case, the lasting material and colors in the chalk that got embedded in the pavement crevices.
It’s like christians thanking God for their recovery from heart surgery. Not the surgeons, or the medical researchers who developed everything that was used in the operating room, but their imaginary friend.
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