Twisted God-thinking in action…

”I said, ‘Lord, if he makes this, these two, we’re supposed to be national champs. And if that’s your will, I’m fine. And if he misses them and we’re not, I’m fine with that, too.’ That’s what I said in my mind. I’m probably not supposed to say that, religiously, but that’s what it was.”

–Memphis coach John Calipari after missed free throws contributed heavily to the Tigers losing the national title game.

”[If] God put me in Denver, it’s no question they would be a better team”

— Sacramento’s Ron Artest

*UPDATE TO ADD*

Consider the lilies…what a load of crap.

— my friend Dustin Miller

Any more? 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Twisted God-thinking in action…

  1. “That’s what it takes,” Nationals manager Manny Acta said, when asked about seeing Glavine leave.

    “It’s destiny. You can always go hard in whatever you want to do. The guy above,” Acta said, and paused, pointing skyward. “He’s got the last word.”

    – Manny Acta, Manager for the Washington Nationals, on Tom Glavine injuring his right hamstring during the first inning of play.

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