Saturday, February 28, 2015

Bishop Michael Ingham Found on Mars?

The famous Bishop of New Westminster, Michael Ingham, may have been found, on Mars. 

Pictures from NASA show what appears to be an ordinary rock, standing by itself in the dust of the red planet. But when the image is enlarged, a different picture emerges, revealing what seems to be the face of Bishop Michael Ingham.

While some have dismissed the face of the bishop as being a photshopped rock, others disagree.

"Very interesting," stated one expert, "Eyeball and teeth in a half face.It's clear from the original NASA photo that this hasn't been shopped. And the flat areas seem also artificial. Strange."

Photoshopped space rock, or head of the Bishop of New Westminster?

You decide.



David said...

It came to light a while ago that Michael Ingham and Jerry Springer are actually the same person. So they are both on Mars.

Take a look here.

LSP said...

That's very interesting.

Come to think of it, I've never seen them both at the same dinner parties.

Now I know why.

LL said...

I think that Springer and Ingham are identical twins, however -- rather than a good and an evil twin (popular in literature), both are evil.

How Ingham's face turned up on a rock on Mars is a question that might be settled by sending him to Mars on the Mars-One space ship.

LSP said...

As I understand it, you're suggesting that the "rock" is just a representation of bishop Ingham?

LL said...

Possibly to include his brains - because he's said to be dumb as a "box of rocks" or a "bag of hammers". I'm sure homosexuality clears up whatever reckoning deficiency that he may have and will keep him draped in purple silk.