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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Vasily Alexeev dies at 69



Above his 562 Clean and Jerk at the Montreal Olympics, where he won the gold. In his career he set 80 world records.

Below is his 66th world record! Something for this 666 market!


Novak pees and then misses as Broncos win!



Tebow & Bronco haters have another rough week coming!

http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/49128/chargers-latest-to-get-tebowed

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Kentucky Derby bloodline filly, "Tebowing" in syndication

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

EU announces jail sentences for anyone who claims water can hydrate


So anyone think that the ECB will buy up all the world's sovereigns bonds, and the EFSF will save the world?

Maybe that plan is too complicated--so here's something that isn't.

Water.

And now the EU has announced two year jail sentences for anyone that says that water can "hydrate."

What's next? Probation for those who say they "are dying of thirst?"

It took 21 bureaucrats, and three years of study, and now they've made their verdict in this 16 page report.

Water doesn't hydrate.

waterhydration

Friday, November 18, 2011

Conventional Wisdom

Conventional wisdom often fails.
Below paraphrased  from Chapter Fifteen, "The Launch"

When Apple's "1984" commercial was screened by Apple's board before it was to be played at the Super Bowl, the board was aghast at the ad. So Apple's board asked Chiat/Day to sell off the two commercial spots. Steve Jobs was beside himself--so when Wozniak was strolling the Macintosh building, Jobs pulled him over, and played the ad in a VCR. Wozniak asked how much the ad would cost. Jobs said $800,000. Woz said he would pay for half of the ad if Steve would also. Chiat/Day then told Apple , (in an act of defiance) that they couldn't see the 60 second spot, and the ad ran.

The ad was eventually selected by TV Guide and Advertising Age as the greatest commercial of all time.



It just shows that misplaced conventional wisdom doesn't only exist among the NFL pundits!

To the Tebow haters: God Bless!!

Darrell Revis of the Jets, said before the game, that "he wasn't concerned about Tebow's legs" and that "the biggest thing for the secondary is for us to not fall asleep." At the end of the game, it was Revis who was sleepwalking in order to avoid a hit!



With a little more than a minute left in the game, Tebow, on a run, instead of stepping out bounds, barrels towards Darrelle Revis, 24, who makes "a business decision" and decides to step away, from getting hit by the Tebow locomotive!  See at 3:46 in the above clip.

After the game, a reporter asked Tebow, "Was there any thought about sliding or stepping out of bounds on that last play?" And his reply, with a laugh was, "No sir. No sir."

But it just wasn't Revis. How about the Jets other defensive back, Antonio Cromartie, 31, freezing in the end zone,  at the end of Tebow's winning TD run? He looked like a deer in the headlights, making "a business decision" like his teammate Revis did!



But it wasn't just the Jets players. How about Hugh Douglas of ESPN? As Tebow ended his presser last night with this: “I probably will tweet [former NFL defensive end] Hugh Douglas because I did hear that he said if we won he was going to church on Sunday. So I’m going to tweet him. He better be in his Sunday best! I hope he can sing praise and worship, too. So we’ll see.”

God Bless!

Tebow polarizing? Last night, after the game, and the 95 yard touchdown drive,, where Tebow walked on water, you couldn't even read the comment boards on ESPN, as the servers weren't fast enough to take all the comments that were furiously coming in!

He's getting some believers. Von Miller, who just had a crazy, great game, had his to say about Tebow:

"I've said it before: I trust him," rookie endbacker Von Miller said. "I trust him with everything. No matter how many interceptions he throws, no matter how many touchdowns he throws, that's Tim Tebow. I'm going to ride with him until the end.

"I hope he shut up a whole bunch of critics today."

Von Miller now puts fear back in the Denver D!



Tebow also had a perfect answer to one of the most most selfish players in the NFL, Michael Irvin, after the game:




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How is he polarizing, when you have a Dad's daughter, putting signs like this up at the Bronco games?

Or a bride, Tebowing!

Maybe its just this that polarizes!
God Bless!!

Or this, when Tebow, at the end of the last three Bronco games, takes a knee!

God Bless!!


"Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven."
Matthew 10:32

God Bless!!!