Some arguably bored and misguided mother in Tennessee is outraged after discovering the lights on the back of a school bus appear to be upside down stars (aka "satanic pentagrams" to some people), sending her off on her own personal crusade for Christianity. "Wow -- we really need more people like her in the world," nobody just thought.
The mom told WMC she snapped a photo of the brake light on a Durham School Services bus in Cordova.
"Anyone who fears a God, if not God and Jesus Christ, should be outraged..."
The mother says it's appalling the brake lights are shaped like a pentagram.
"If you can't put a cross on there, you can't put a pentagram on it," she said.
The meaning of the upside-down pentagram and whether or not it's even satanic aside, I will say this: after literally five seconds of internet sleuthing you know what I found? Pictures of the same star lights installed point-side up! (Pictures after the jump) They're just star-shaped lights, lady -- just like the topper on your Christmas tree! Which, come on, you really should have taken down already -- it's almost February. Now: less senseless complaining, more putting ornaments back in their boxes.
Keep going for shots of the lights installed point-side up. Although the one bus's number is '666', so this lady might actually be on to something.
Thanks again to Michael K, who, for two tips only an article apart, wins A FREE PAIR OF SUPER BOWL XLIX TICKETS! Just kidding, you only get this shoutout.