Crazy Cloud Shaped '9' Appears In Sky Over Steve McNair Number Retirement Ceremony
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You can say what you want, but this is kind go crazy. During the Tennessee Titans Steve McNair number retirement ceremony on Sunday, a cloud shaped as the number 9 appeared in the sky...

That's frickin' amazing.

(The Big Lead)
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16 Comments
I see a 3.
Reply12 months
Looks like a fetus to me. God's warning us about all the dead baby carnage. Or it could be that Mcnair is playing around in heaven. Or maybe it's a reference to the Beatles strange tune "Revolution 9", and portends some major civil unrest. Could just be a cloud that we are projecting our own idiocy onto. Beats me.
Reply12 months
It was a 6, representing the number of women that were fighting, for years, over who gets a chunk of his estate.
Reply12 months
Gotta admit. That’s pretty cool.
Reply12 months
Looks more like a lower case g....
Reply12 months
That’s for Drew.
Reply12 months
People try so hard to see stuff they want to see. That’s simply a cloud. Unless you’re trying really hard to see a 9 then you’d never even think of it.
Reply12 months
Nobody is saying it's not "simply a cloud." And it's shaped like a 9. I think you'd have to be trying really hard not to see a 9 when you look at that picture.
12 months
on the other side, you'd have to be an idiot not to see a 9
12 months
The cloud formation just below it looks like a kitty-cat with no legs or tail.... Did McNair like cats?
Reply12 months
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i'm not seeing the cat! please draw me a picture.
12 months
Looks like a fetus
Reply12 months
To some of those people it was a 6
Reply12 months
I just don’t see how people don’t believe in the afterlife. This gives me goosebumps.
Reply12 months
Wow! That is amazing.
Reply12 months
Damn that is some interstellar type of shit
Reply12 months
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