Which of the following accounts is most accurate from recorded history? Some are made up so good luck google searching the answers...
a. Jesus of Nazarus, at 33 years old, after being tortured and killed with his last words reportedly being "it is finished", was witnessed alive again, demonstrating some type of life beyond what we know as life. This was first observed by Mary Magdalene. She was a woman who Jesus had reportedly healed of some issues, then followed him, and saw him crucified. She reported to the other followers who said in effect, "BS" prove it! Then sometime later, Jesus appeared to them as well, in some... new bodily form, but clearly Jesus who was killed as he had some wounds remaining. Nobody survived Crucifictions back then. Apparently, the majority of the witnesses to this "ressurection" went to their deaths, often by torture, saying that is exactly what they saw. These accounts were recorded and subsequently formed into a new "religion", Christianity, overlapping a prior "pagen" holiday.
b. The Dalai Lama won the Tibet invitational with the first and only ever reported perfect score of 18 on an 18 hole golf course! When asked how he did it, he just shrugged and said, some days' got it, some days don't! Witnesses reported though seeing the lama kick his ball a few times, but that was not confirmed.
c. Sue Upchuck set a record for eating a world record 433 2oz chocolate eater bunnies in 8 minutes, plus 31 glasses of milk! Sue Upchuck said she loved bunnies and chocolate, so it was easy for her.
d. Tulip Mania was in full swing as Dutch people would trade their farm for a single Tulip bulb, in hopes that next month, it would be worth two farms! It didn't turn out well for many.
e. Rabbits in early spring, only on this weekend and which normally bare live young, lay chocolate covered eggs of many different colors. Sometimes they are plastic with stuff inside. Kids the world over celebrate the day by finding these eggs.
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