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Miracle amulet saved boy in pick-up horror smash that killed four, claims aunty

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Guess the price goes up now....

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As a youngster, a Lincoln pulled out in front of me while I was doing about 50 MPH / 80 KPH. I broadsided it.

I was driving a "65 VW bug, no seatbelts. My car was flattened to the shattered windshield, the back seat was in the front, the front seats under the dash, and the steering wheel was shattered.

 

I got out and took control of the scene!

I came out of it with a few stitches and a mild concussion. 

Maybe I was wearing my Saint Christopher medallion. They were very popular back then.

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

His aunty Kwanjai,46, told Sanook that the survivor was wearing that round his neck and that is what saved him

Proof positive Thailand is stuck in another era !

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7 hours ago, oldhippy said:

You've got it all wrong......

What you need is jesus.

More precisely, a hollow plastic jesus.

He will not only protect you, but he can also be used for storing alcohol, no policemen will ever suspect....

 

 

 

with a solid baseplate...

signed "Use to break glass in case of accident" 

 

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The other is recovering well. He was wearing a Luang Phor Nark amulet from a Rayong temple. 
 
His aunty Kwanjai,46, told Sanook that the survivor was wearing that round his neck and that is what saved him.
 
It had been in the family for 40 years and had saved many others. 
 
You can't make such stories up innit? 

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Norman Vincent Peale, Florence Scovel Shinn and many more are turning again in their graves after i read the comments inhere.

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When the pope arrives get him to go around waving his smoking handbag at all the posts and barriers.

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On 10/12/2019 at 8:08 AM, hotchilli said:

Proof positive Thailand is stuck in another era !

They've just gone from Buffalo cart to 1 tonne Pickup truck in one generation. Bringing along the superstitious mumbo-jumbo with them.

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On 10/12/2019 at 12:25 AM, oldhippy said:

You've got it all wrong......

What you need is jesus.

More precisely, a hollow plastic jesus.

He will not only protect you, but he can also be used for storing alcohol, no policemen will ever suspect....

 

 

 

Brilliant vid never seen this before thanks.

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On 10/12/2019 at 12:10 AM, Mac98 said:

No different in USA where after every tornado someone crawls out of the rubble and claims that God saved him or her (and let the others die). I wonder if, after someone stomps on an ant hill, a surviving ant crawls out and thanks the ant God for saving it?

 

yes... some people who have been in an accident and been lucky enough to escape serious injury or death will often say they have been 'blessed' or 'saved by jesus/god', ignoring the reverse logic that it was 'jesus'/god's' will that any family or friends were injured or killed in the crash, and if that is the case why did 'jesus/god' decide these people had to be injured or die?

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1 hour ago, samsensam said:

 

yes... some people who have been in an accident and been lucky enough to escape serious injury or death will often say they have been 'blessed' or 'saved by jesus/god', ignoring the reverse logic that it was 'jesus'/god's' will that any family or friends were injured or killed in the crash, and if that is the case why did 'jesus/god' decide these people had to be injured or die?

Wasn't it just a few months ago two guys were saying god saved them from catching their plane that crashed.

No mention of the 200 plus who died.

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