Crazy Cloud Shaped '9' Appears In Sky Over Steve McNair Number Retirement Ceremony
© Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
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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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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16 Comments
I see a 3.
Reply1 month
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.
Reply1 month
It was a 6, representing the number of women that were fighting, for years, over who gets a chunk of his estate.
Reply1 month
Gotta admit. That’s pretty cool.
Reply1 month
Looks more like a lower case g....
Reply1 month
That’s for Drew.
Reply1 month
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.
Reply1 month
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.
1 month
on the other side, you'd have to be an idiot not to see a 9
1 month
The cloud formation just below it looks like a kitty-cat with no legs or tail.... Did McNair like cats?
Reply1 month
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i'm not seeing the cat! please draw me a picture.
1 month
Looks like a fetus
Reply1 month
To some of those people it was a 6
Reply1 month
I just don’t see how people don’t believe in the afterlife. This gives me goosebumps.
Reply1 month
Wow! That is amazing.
Reply1 month
Damn that is some interstellar type of shit
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