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Monday, May 19, 2008

I Believe. . .

In honor of Kevin Costner in Bull Durham:

I believe that the Kentucky Derby is a strange event. Where else can a second place winner get injured, then euthanized and cause a ruckus from beyond the grave. Thank goodness Big Brown won and no one got hurt over the weekend.

I believe that the closer is the most overrated position in baseball.

I believe that the NBA playoffs are actually interesting. The Boston/Cavs game was actually compelling. On the other hand, there is something unwatchable about the game play of WNBA. It is like watching the MLS after watching a European Champions Cup match. It just doesn't compare (yet).

I believe that the episodes of the Office that has Mose are the better ones.

I believe the Red Wings will win tonight against the Stars (and then beat the Penguins in the Cup finals).

I believe that it is hard to hear of people ruining there lives by walking away from Christ and his ways.

I believe John McCain was actually likable on SNL last Saturday.

I believe every one should see Iron Man right now.

I believe the Tigers will turn it around in time for a pennant run.

I believe Stuff Christians Like is the funniest website I've seen in a while. That and Garfield minus Garfield.

I believe that people that leave anonymous negative comments have no class. If you are not man/woman enough to stand behind your words, do not say it. If you can't say it to some one's face, do not say it. Talk about arrogance. I saw a 20/20 piece on JuicyCampus.com (a gossip website started by a Duke Grad that people can post privately about EVERYTHING - notice I didn't hyperlink to it). That website runs on people flame throwing in private while ruining people's lives in public. Granted, this might be some people's private life seeking up on them and one of many reason to live above reproach. However, more importantly this site illustrates there is no way to tell what is real and what is true when it is anonymous. See this about online shamming. Why do you think the Bible talks about having at least two witnesses to back up a claim? That is why I moderate my comments here and if you post an anonymous negative comment, it won't go up.

Peace.

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