Friday, October 12, 2007

From CNN:

Asked by CNBC host Donny Deutsch what the U.S. looks like in her dreams, Coulter said it would look like the Republican National Convention in 2004

"People were happy,” she said, according to a transcript provided to CNN by CNBC. “They're Christian. They're tolerant. They defend America." (Video: Watch Coulter's comments on CNBC)

When Deutsch responded, "It would be better if we were all Christian?" Coulter said "Yeah."

Deutsch, himself Jewish, continued to press Coulter on her remarks, asking, "We should just throw Judaism away and we should all be Christians then?"

"Yeah," Coulter responded, adding "Well, it's a lot easier. It's kind of a fast track."

"You can't possibly believe that," Deutsch responded. “You can’t possibly. You’re too educated.”

"Do you know what Christianity is?" Coulter replied. "See, we believe your religion, but you have to obey. We have the fast track program."

Later in the interview Deutsch asked Coulter if she doesn't want any Jews in the world, Coulter responded, "No, we think — we just want Jews to be perfected, as they say."

"Wow, you didn't really say that, did you," Deutsch said.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

What is the difference between an all-time great and an immortal?

The clutch.

Trevor Hoffman: Blows the save in a must win world series game in 1998. Blows the save in an All Star game. Blows the save to secure a postseason birth for his team. Trevor Hoffman, with a change-up from Olympus and 523 saves, is an all-time great.

Mariano Rivera: A 0.80 ERA in 112 IP in the post-season. A cut fastball from someplace higher than Olympus. Mariano Rivera, the Sandman, is an immortal.

Monday, October 01, 2007

When Ron Jaworski was the QB for the Philadelphia Eagles, he used to joke that his teammates thought his jersey number was 56. This was because he got hit so many times by Lawrence Taylor, that Taylor’s number left a permanent imprint on Jaworski.

Hey, Donovan McNabb- how does it feel to be wearing number 72?