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sports make sense

Even the quandary about the nature of God is explained. On any given Sunday there will be players on both sides of the field praying to God for victory. Of course, only one team can win. How does this solve the problems associated with God’s reasons for doing things? Simple:…

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rebuilding mode

In football, the word, ‘rebuilding,’ is a vile, despicable word. It means that the team has seen its glory days come and go. It means the salary-cap, time, and poor decisions have taken its toll on the team. It means that the team may not be good for a long…

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team colors

In lieu of the shirtless look, the stadium crowd had to do something and decided the next logical step would be dressing up as Kiss….”   by matt waterman     There’s something about the autumn months that carry associations all their own. One thinks of Halloween and dressing up…

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life imitating art imitating tyson

But, let me present, that the exact moment when society ran askew was that enduring moment in the Holyfield fight in the early-90s. It was: The bite…”   by matt waterman   It has always been the eternal question hasn’t it: Does art imitate life or does life imitate art?…

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draft day party

I had the grandmaster-plan of lighting Spongebob on fire in the middle of the street; it was the middle of Astoria, Queens, though, with couples walking to and fro. I was talked out of the endeavor by a friend and, thus, ended up with a battered Spongebob next to my…

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