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You can become Jesus Christ in new computer simulator

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A biblical computer game is to allow users to be Jesus Christ. “Become Jesus Christ, the famous man on Earth - in this highly realistic simulation game,” says the publicity blurb for I Am Jesus Christ. “Pray like Him for getting superpower, perform famous miracles like Him,” it adds.

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Walmart withdraws Santa cocaine jumper

Walmart has withdrawn a jumper that appears to show Father Christmas taking lines of cocaine. Santa Claus is depicted sitting behind a table with three lines of a white substance in front of him, captioned with the slogan: "Let it snow". After protests, the retail giant said: “We apologise for any unintended offence this may have caused.”

Man registers bees as emotional support animals

A man in Arizona has successfully registered bees as emotional support animals. David Keller believes the application process to register an emotional support animal is too easy — so he registered the swarm of bees as a protest. “A lot of people thought it was hilarious and a lot of people were getting upset,” he said.

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