Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

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    Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    Just thought someone should ask. Smile

    He's won a lot more games than Tebow, after all . . .  
     
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    Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    Literally LMAO!!!!!
     
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    n Response to Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?:
    Just thought someone should ask.  He's won a lot more games than Tebow, after all . . .  
    Posted by prolate0spheroid

     
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    Posted by Rocky


    Or in Big Bens case, feel free and get the "clap".
     
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    Ouch!!!! LOL
     
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    Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    Nice one!  Also,  Ray Lewis is no saint, and he seems to be enjoying some pretty good success in the NFL.

     
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    Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    Something to seriously consider while balancing the final equation now, hmmm...

    Alright, I GOT it!  Roger Goodell's final say trumps even the destiny that God wanted, AND the wrenches that S#tan throws into the NFL machine. 
    Imho we're now far more accurately able to finally decipher the universal balance of those power=players in their day-to-day struggles in determining exactly how the NFL cosmos looks on Monday morning (The monday Night game's left up to the players themselves...or big bird, or whatever-Scr#w you ALL) 

    It should look like a pyramid of importance as such:

                          Roger Goodell
                  S#tan (who's closer to Goodell)   
                                               God
             Bill Polian                        Tebow + Jesus-TT's right-hand man
          ESPN                                      The Patriots
      The Colts         Roethlisberger           The Steelers
                        (+Archeangel Peter)
    Then some other stuff happens here           And over here as well




     
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    Something to seriously consider while balancing the final equation now, hmmm... Alright, I GOT it!  Roger Goodell's final say trumps even the destiny that God wanted, AND the wrenches that S#tan throws into the NFL machine.  Imho we're now far more accurately able to finally decipher the universal balance of those power=players in their day-to-day struggles in determining exactly how the NFL cosmos looks on Monday morning (The monday Night game's left up to the players themselves...or big bird, or whatever-Scr#w you ALL)  It should look like a pyramid of importance as such:                       Roger Goodell               S#tan (who's closer to Goodell)                                               God          Bill Polian                        Tebow + Jesus-TT's right-hand man       ESPN                                      The Patriots   The Colts         Roethlisberger           The Steelers                     (+Archeangel Peter) Then some other stuff happens here           And over here as well
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium



    Pythagoras? 
    Ptolemy?

    ~Eat'chr hearts out...
     
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    Nice :)

     
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    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium


    Satan is Goodels' right hand-man and God is his left hand-man?

    Think that is over emphasizing Goodels importance

    how about two opposing forces fightingover the NFL

    God                      Satan
    |         \            /       |
    Kraft      Tebow        Polian  \
    |                               |     ESPN
    Saturday                    Goodell
                  \            /
                         NFL

    Tebow is like Darth Vadar...whichever way he goes will turn the tide.

    (love how you put ESPN on SATAN side..I continue)
     
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    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success? : Satan is Goodels' right hand-man and God is his left hand-man? Think that is over emphasizing Goodels importance how about two opposing forces fightingover the NFL God                      Satan |         \            /       | Kraft      Tebow        Polian  \ |                               |     ESPN Saturday                    Goodell               \            /                      NFL Tebow is like Darth Vadar...whichever way he goes will turn the tide.
    Posted by patsbandwagonsince76


    I hated BOTH whiney-brats, they used to play young Vadar in the new Star Wars abominations.  Even for young kids, they were just AWFUL actors.
     
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    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?:
    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success? : I hated BOTH whiney-brats, they used to play young Vadar in the new Star Wars abominations.  Even for young kids, they were just AWFUL actors.
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium


    come to think of it they were.

    Acting.. not convincing they could become so bad or have the character to be heroic...
     
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    It's possible that skanks and slapping those skanks around make Rothlisberger happy. 

    Usually a happy QB plays better.
     
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    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?:
    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success? : come to think of it they were. Acting.. not convincing they could become so bad or have the character to be heroic...
    Posted by patsbandwagonsince76


    I think I see where you're goin' with this, and this is spot-on true.  IF they did some kind of Darth Vader as offering even ANY fuller kind of emotionally ambiguous & confusing audience reaction (Good vs Evil), ala Milton's Sat#n in "Paradise Lost", it would have been- well, just something other than stagnant & insipid.  As it stands, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg had become boring and singular long prior.   
     
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    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?:
    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success? : I think I see where you're goin' with this, and this is spot-on true.  IF they did some kind of Darth Vader as offering even ANY fuller kind of emotionally ambiguous & confusing audience reaction (Good vs Evil), ala Milton's Sat#n in "Paradise Lost", it would have been- well, just something other than stagnant & insipid.  As it stands, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg had become boring and singular long prior.   
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium


    actually the emotionless older Vadar in the suit evoked more conflict than the younger ones who were actually supposed to be in conflict and had the advantage of full facial expression. Of course as you mentioned, in our time episodes 1-2-3 came after 4-5-6 and by that time Lucas had become more interested in effects.

    Hmm, if Tebow is Darth Vadar ...who is John Elway? ...I think Yoda...still suspicious.

     
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    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?:
    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success? : actually the emotionless older Vadar in the suit evoked more conflict than the younger ones who were actually supposed to be in conflict and had the advantage of full facial expression. Of course as you mentioned, in our time episodes 1-2-3 came after 4-5-6 and by that time Lucas had become more interested in effects. Hmm, if Tebow is Darth Vadar ...who is John Elway? ...I think Yoda...still suspicious.
    Posted by patsbandwagonsince76



    Jar



    Jar
     
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    Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    hahahaha awesome thread. Way to show that tool CC that we are tired of his pointless threads that he stays up all night thinking of a clever title for!
     
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    Rothlisberger knocked out of the the game - doesn't look good for him. 
     
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    Lol'd hard at this thread, golf clap to you sir.  And Ben is always playing hurt, nothing new here.
     
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    Is Brady's illegitimate son a christian!!!!
     
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    Nice one!  Also,  Ray Lewis is no saint, and he seems to be enjoying some pretty good success in the NFL. Posted by WazzuWheatfarmer


    ...about Ray...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3K06KdFr0w&feature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WULp4gMqBsQ&feature=related
     
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    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium

    Pliny the Elder ... discovered hops .... so there.

     
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    Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    After the Tebow poll disaster, this is just a phenomenal thread title.
     
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    Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?

    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success?:
    In Response to Re: Ben Roethlisberger and his very un-Christian behavior: Is it the secret to his success? : Pliny the Elder ... discovered hops .... so there.
    Posted by zbellino


    From Wikipedia...
    Beer is one of the world's oldest beverages,[2][3] with the history of beer dating back to 6000 BC, and being recorded in the written history of Ancient Iraq.[4] The earliest Sumerian writings contain references to beer.

    Doesn't this mean Conan the Barbarian discovered beer?

    Really I know what you mean. After millenia of making beer out of everything and everything adding hops to the mix started 'modern' beer. For that alone Pliny the Elder deserves to be remembered. He's probably the most famous person to have died in the eruption of Vesuvius that buried Pompeii. Fortunately his formula for beer survived him.
     
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