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Super Bowl or Gay Equality Bowl

abewasarepub Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 10:23 AM
A homo is a pervert regardless of where “it” is. Sports have become a god to many people. A few years ago, after his team won, a typical sports nut said he could now die happy. How sad to see a person on his way to Hell and he is happy that his team won. The Bible says that God is the only one who knows when He will send His Son to collect the saints. I wouldn’t be surprised if He sent Jesus on Super Bowl Sunday. The sports nuts will be gathered to watch the saints ascend. The U.S.A. is going the way of the Roman Empire. Many people have given themselves over to the lust of the flesh and given their souls to Satan the ruler of this world. Satan wants people to get so involved in things like sports that they will lose their souls.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 1:11 PM
Yes, the irrelevance of sports in real life is so ridiculously obvious but so many hang their existence on it, living for their favorite "season" and next game. It's all a contrive illusion; a player may play for one favorite team and next year play for their worst enemy.

I like watching sports, as a PAST-TIME, but cannot understand the obsession with it.
NewJAl Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 10:58 AM
'Bread and Circuses'. Worked for the rulers, in ancient Rome, for a while, and will work to keep Obama in office, for a while. But History and reality will not be denied. Too bad mine are in the same boat as those helping row towards the rocks.
'Pray to God, but row away from the rocks'. Hardly rocket science.

Is it too much to ask that the focus of this Sunday be on football and not on “gay rights”? Will I be branded as a homophobic bigot for daring to make such a request? (I can answer that already: Yes!)

Last week, Fox News ran the headline, “Baltimore Raven linebacker [Brendon Ayanbadejo] uses Super Bowl spotlight to promote gay marriage,” reporting that, “Hours after Ayanbadejo’s team beat the New England Patriots on Sunday, paving their way to football’s biggest game, the three-time Pro Bowl special teams player wrote an email to gay marriage proponents asking how he could use...