Wednesday, December 9, 2009


Next up, a divine cow in Connecticut, yes, it's everywhere now.
A calf with a white marking on its forehead that some see as the shape of a cross was born last week at a dairy farm in Sterling, near the Rhode Island border.
Owner Brad Davis believes the marking may be a message from above, though he's still trying to figure out what that message might be. (good luck on that Brad)
The neighborhood children have named it Moses.
The chairman of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Dairy Science says while it's not unusual for a Holstein cow to have a white marking on its head, the cross shape is unique.
Without being disrespectful,  the marking also reminds us of  Casper the friendly ghost.

In a related story(well, not really)

The face of Jesus has been spotted in a toilet door in a Glasgow branch of Ikea.
The bearded face with long flowing hair, is plainly visible on the wooden door of the men’s toilet.

But the jury is out on this one.
Many see the face of Jesus, others say it's Gandalf, perhaps professor Dumbledore?
One shopper said: "It takes you by surprise. It is really clear in the wood.
I was only heading to the toilet and found God.
My wife thought He looked like Gandalf from Lord of the Rings but it is definitely more like the Turin Shroud."