Monday, December 21, 2009

Congratulations, Marty!

I knew it was only a matter of time until it happened. I just wish it didn't happen against the Pens.

But you earned it, Marty. Congratulations on shutout #104!

Saturday, December 19, 2009

No climate change you say?

Then can one of you climate change deniers tell me why there's a city-sized iceberg floating in the Indian Ocean? And why did it lose 10 square miles of mass in less than a week?


Thursday, December 17, 2009

Congress wants to fix the BCS? Shock.

Our country is at war. The economy is in the crapper. Health care reform isn't happening. And somewhere in Washington, a Texan thinks that the BCS should take precedence over the lives of average Americans.

Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas...another shock) believes that the BCS ranking system isn't fair because Texas Christian University somehow isn't on par with Alabama or Florida. Keep in mind that this is the same climate-change denier who said, "Wind is God's way of balancing heat. Wind is the way you shift heat from areas where it's hotter to areas where it's cooler. That's what wind is."

Somebody get me some ibuprofen!

Of all the things to worry about, this clown thinks it's more important for Congress to get involved in college football than helping Americans out. Surely, you have something infinitely more important to do Congressman? I suggest you get to it.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Some Christians just aren't happy after all.

Well surprise, surprise, surprise!

The Pew Research Center released the results of a survey last week that confirms that Americans are learning what the rest of us who left Christianity have known for years - Jesus just doesn't make you happy.

While the majority of Christians still primarily believe in Jesus, a growing number of them are blending Christianity with more esoteric forms of belief such as those found in the Far East and New Age. Personally, I prefer my own form of religion, for lack of a better term.

When I do good, I feel good, and it makes me want to do more. When I do bad, I feel bad, and it makes me want to be a better person.

It's as simple as that.