On Monday, a Texas man named Danny Ferraro was driving on the highway when he caught a glimpse of some clouds.
That’s it. That’s the whole story. It’s boring.
We’re not a very smart country, are we?
Known as crepuscular rays, these beams of light are more commonly called “angel rays” or “God rays,” and Ferraro said it had a deeper meaning for him.
“I just felt like God was saying, ‘I’m always with you.’ I don’t know how many people saw it as there were many on the road, but I’m sure it meant something special to everyone who did.”
Sure, Texas suffered a huge hurricane last summer. But God so loved the world, he sent a blobby-looking cloud formation to impress a gullible man for a split second. And then news outlets from across the country messaged him on Facebook to see if they could score clicks out of it.
How special is God’s angel?
Well, just look at this comment, which was offered with no hint of irony:
Here’s a thought: If God wanted to help people, maybe don’t send the AngelBlob and save the motorcyclists instead.
(Thanks to @williamwarren00 for the link)