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May 12, 2005

Holy Sports Batman. Jesus was your coach too?!?: Very Unique Outlook On Sports.......to say the least.

posted by HOE.O.K. to extreme at 04:54 PM - 14 comments

How many of you had Satan as your coach?

posted by HOE.O.K. at 04:55 PM on May 12

So, this finally explains why every athlete begins their post-game interview thanking God?

posted by graymatters at 05:19 PM on May 12

why's the URL some over involved yahoo thing with the real URL tacked on at the end? that said, amusing. old, but i don't think i can recall a thread about it here.

posted by gspm at 06:55 PM on May 12

Because i copied from a yahoo search my bad .Next time ill post just the url.

posted by HOE.O.K. at 07:28 PM on May 12

Check out the baseball jesus funny shit.

posted by HOE.O.K. at 07:35 PM on May 12

I particularly liked the Martial Arts Jesus with the two little kids (pink belt for the girl, blue belt for the boy) about to kick the shit out of each other. Reminds me of a South Park episode...

posted by lil_brown_bat at 08:58 PM on May 12

I particularly liked the Martial Arts Jesus Crouching Tiger, Hidden Jesus...that one is for people who wonder "WWJR" or Who Would Jesus Randori...

posted by chris2sy at 09:55 PM on May 12

How many of you had Satan as your coach? Its safe to say he's coached everybody at least once in their lives. Cute post...some of the items are amusing

posted by daddisamm at 01:00 AM on May 13

My coach's name was Dave. Once, following a stupid-maskless umpire getting clocked in the face with a foul, Dave left me in charge while he took the ump to the hospital. My entire team started to chew a little chaw (just like our major league heroes!). When our pitcher, who was a first-time dipper, got one back through the box he swallowed his wad and promptly barfed all over ther mound. We all spit our wads out similtaneously. So, I guess in order - our coaches were Dave, Me, Satan and THEN Jesus. All in about 40 minutes.

posted by WeedyMcSmokey at 08:05 AM on May 13

Does Jesus not like bowling?

posted by jasonspaceman at 08:40 AM on May 13

Yeah, he was mine too! Damn did it smart when he slapped me on the ass. But seeing Buddha in ref's stripes on gameday made everything worth it.

posted by danostuporstar at 09:10 AM on May 13

As a Pastor & Sunday school teacher & Pee-Wee football coach, I have had the conversation with my boys on several occasions. Which prayer does Jesus answer: Lord after i snap the ball let me get a good enough angle on th mlb so that the tb can make the corner!:Lord don't let me get caught looking & let that oc get the angle on me & miss a tackle! I tell them he might want you to handle this one on your own, so buckle up & hit someone so hard that their blowing snot-bubbles! Do the Hari-Krishnas ask for help with Pencil sales & over zealous airport security? Pastor Paul Adams

posted by OKLAHOMAMOSES at 11:56 AM on May 14

As a non-Christian, I know I'll sleep much better knowing that Christian religious leaders are teaching their charges to "hit someone so hard that their[sic] blowing snot-bubbles".

posted by lil_brown_bat at 05:51 PM on May 14

As a Christian athlete, I can assure you that it doesn't matter what kind of 'religion' your leader is . . . it matters about what they say. I laughed out loud at "snot bubbles", reminding me of years ago when coached with similar sentiments. I honestly think that Jesus or Budda or WHOEVER would encourage you to do your best, in whatever language you understand. Snot bubbles . . . it gives such interesting visual images. I'll tell my kids to give it a try this fall. At least we're not telling them to try to dislodge vertebrae or anything like that. Snot bubbles are soft . . .

posted by Mister T at 11:39 AM on May 15

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