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When the design inference goes bad …

From “Jesus found in Texas bathroom mold,” (UPI, May 31, 2012), we learn,

A Texas family says they are getting strength from an image of Jesus they found in the mold growing inside the shower of their home.

Chyanna Richards, who lives in the home, told KTRK-TV, Houston, she doesn’t know if it’s mold or mildew in the bathroom but said the appearance of Jesus’ image has meaning.

“Maybe it means something. Maybe look into yourself and see if you need to change something in your life,” she said.

It does indeed mean something, Madam. Take it from UD News, it means you need to change your life.

Acquire a scrub brush and anti-mildew powder pronto, and get to work.

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4 Responses to When the design inference goes bad …

  1. “Scrub-Free” spray w/ bleach….

  2. Do not use scouring powder in a shower stall. You will ruin the finish and it will be very difficult to keep the shower clean thereafter.

    Bleach will kill mildew, but it will not clean away the underlying cause, which is accumulated deposits from the water.

    You need to use an acid-based non-abrasive shower stall cleaner and non-abrasive sponge or cloth. It may take a bit of work but that’s the correct way to do it. Wear gloves and open the windows.

  3. Paradolia, it will mess with you. Thanks for the post and the comment!

  4. Excellent advice. Some of us find that wiping down the shower walls and keeping the stall open to air causes the buildup to be slow anyway, except under unusual environment conditions.

    Put another way, you would hardly get a penny-size face of Abe Lincoln before the stall cleaner got applied.

    There is indeed a message in all this. ;)

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