- CRITTER TALK
- NEWS I FIND INTERESTING
They also appreciated how I didn’t proselytize. I just forgave them and never once prayed that God would make me a better writer or get more traffic and be real popular here. Although MadMike may have considered praying for that just in case he’s wrong and there is a God.
But still, as a Christian, I find Tim Tebow’s constant thanking of The Lord for his arm or for his team’s success in Florida shallow and irritating. Tim played college football in Florida. A one armed man could be successful at college football in Florida. All the good players want to play college football in Florida. They have nice weather and hot chicks supplied by boosters there. Thank God for booster supplied hot chicks and nice weather I suppose.
Now Tebow’s [and everyone else who is blinded by religion] hope [or something] came true. Tebow is the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos. He led his team to victory over the only team worse than the Broncos last week. The Dolphins. Not a particularly stunning feat. But Tim thanked God. I don’t think it was the work of God that made the Dolphins suck. Bad coaching, management and ownership are enough.
The irony of Tebow’s “Godness” is that this year, God is smiling and bestowing His grace on the San Francisco 49ers. Yes. San Francisco. The haven for Gay people. Apparently God loves the Gay people so much he gave their flagship city a winning football team.
As always, God’s favor is fleeting. He will bestow them on someone else’s team He deems worthy soon enough. He blessed the Steelers yesterday while cursing the Patriots but that’s shows God is even handed since He blessed the Patriots with three Super Bowl championships.
So after all that is said and done, Tim Tebow will be thanking God for something God had nothing to do with or even cared about. This will make him a hero to those who are devoted servants to God and have to pray to see if it’s okay to buy a Snickers Bar.
So, may God bless MadMike’sAmerica. Unless it’s blessed like Tebow’s Denver Broncos. Then. Never mind.