Gazizza, dilsnoofuses! Bill McNeal sayin' get with the crizappy taste of "Rocket Fuel Malt Liquor." "Rocket Fuel's" got the upstate prison flava that keeps you ugly all night long. So, when you wanna get sick, remember--nothin' makes your feet stank like "Rocket Fuel Malt Liquor." DAMN, IT'S CRIZAPPY!
Much more delicately phrased, of course, but I've always gone for short and pithy.
"Many a man thinks he is buying pleasure, when he is really selling himself a slave to it." --Benjamin Franklin
"Men will always be mad, and those who think they can cure them are the maddest of all." --Voltaire
I'm happy to have the Red Sox in town, as I'm more of a fan of the Sox than I am the Royals. (Really only care about them to see former Blue Rocks.) But Will they continue the winning tradition the Blue Rocks have? Has Theo Epstein proven to be a good draft GM? We'll see.
I'm also wondering how the new uniforms and caps will look with trying the integrate the Red and navy blue of the Sox in with the current Blue ROcks colors.
President Bush, trying to soften his image overseas as a heavy-handed unilateralist...
Nothing to see here, move along. Please disperse, nothing to see here.
And when Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the babe leaped in her
womb; and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and she exclaimed
with a loud cry, "Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit
of your womb!"
To cradle Catholics, the Church is often complained of as "dominated by
men." To converts, what often hits one in the face is not the masculinity,
but femininity of the Church. In other words, so much of the Church's
prayer, life and practice is contemplative, Marian, inward, body-centered
and Eucharistic, while so much of the rest of non-Catholic (especially
American) Christianity is aggressive, word-centered, mission-oriented,
and focuses on getting a job done. Both the masculine and feminine approaches
to the faith are good and biblical, but it should be noted that the feminine
way is particularly rooted in the Church's reverence for Mary who is "blessed
among women." Today, thank God for the women of the Church and for the
the Blessed Virgin who is Christ's greatest disciple.
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