It is curious.
"...and he's holding a coca-cola, and we know coke comes from south america where most people are left handed (why they're called 'lefties') and brown, and brown and as we know is the color of poo, so-o-o.. the pope is gonna take a dump in the south end of the Vatican @ 4:20 and then, and then, and then..."
It is not any more curious than the Birthday Paradox:
In a room of just 23 people theres a 50-50 chance of two people having the same birthday. In a room of 75 theres a 99.9% chance of two people matching.
Humans do not naturally perceive math. That's why such paradoxes are so counter-intuitive.
So wrong, I don’t know where to begin!
Cardinal Bergoglio’s parents are NOT from Rome.
His father was born in Portacomaro, in Piedmont, a region of Italy that is not only NOT Rome, they didn’t even speak ITALIAN!
His mother was born in Genoa.
Francis of Assissi was NOT Born Francesco di Pietro di Bernardone. He was born Giovani di Bernardone. “Francesco” was a nickname, and “di Pietro” means HIS FATHER was named Pietro. NOT HIM.
Now, you can’t have it both ways. Saint Francis CHANGED his name. Pope Francis is named FRANCIS, after Saint Francis’s NEW name. If Cdl. Bergoglio was naming himself Pope Giovani, maybe it would make sense that Giovani di Pietro di Bernadone. No, wait, it would still be incredibly stupid, because it would be Pope Giovani, not Pope Pietro.
So Pope Francis is NOT named Pope Pietro. He’s not even named after someone who had Pietro as a middle name. And he’s actually the very first pope from outside of anywhere Rome ever ruled (although Rome’s presence in Poland is a little suqishy.) In fact, if you wanted to make a prophecy predicting Pope Francis, you’d probably name him Pope Francis the Not Roman.