Thursday, December 22, 2016

SOMETHING ABOUT FOOTBALL THAT REALLY BUGS ME.





I loved playing football as a kid; and as an adult I wait with anticipation for the New England Patriots NFL football games on TV.  




The violence doesn’t bother me; but, it is fucking aggravating to see a player make a tackle, catch a ball or run for a touchdown then point up in the air like he is dedicating his exploit to God’s graciousness. 

This moron doesn’t realize that during the three-hour duration of the game approximately 1,200 children died of diseases, 2,625 children died of starvation, 180 people were raped, and 600 murders were being committed. 

I think the idiot is holding up the wrong finger.  If his God can get credit for a player’s athletic ability, He should also be held responsible for the cruelty he permits in the world during the duration of the game. 

the Ol’Buzzard




4 comments:

  1. The really STUPID thing about football players pointing to heaven is that everyone knows God's a HOCKEY fan. He doesn't watch effin' football!

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  2. Debra nailed it.

    The egoism bugs the heck out of me. Do those players really believe that if there is a God that he/she/it would give a rat's patoot about what happens in a sport? If players said something thoughtful after the game about being grateful for being given a talent, that might not be as irritating, but the whole "thank you Jeebus!!" routine when they score? Disgusting.

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  3. God could give a shit about who wins or loses a football game..idiots

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  4. The religious thing at football games has gone on for a long time, the thing I've been noticing lately is players in addition to pointing up to heaven or whatever is then they salute?? WTF is up with that?? I didn't like to salute when I was in the military, why would someone with no connection to the military want to salute and who or what are they saluting??

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