by Scoobie Davis
The Results of Yesterday's Games
I made some college football predictions the other day. Here are the results of the games.
Prediction Number One: Ohio State Buckeyes 47, Marshall Thundering Herd 17; REALITY: Ohio State 24, Marshall 21. The Buckeyes won a field goal as time expired.
Prediction Number Two: Miami University RedHawks 27, Cincinnati Bearcats 19; REALITY: Cincinnati 45, Miami 26.
Next week's Predictions:
Ohio State Buckeyes 30, North Carolina State Wolfpack 27
Miami University 24, Ohio University Bobcats 14
One final note on yesterday's college football games: yesterday was the third anniversary of 9/11. If you'll remember, Jerry Falwell try to blame it on the People for the American Way and the ACLU. Perhaps that's why yesterday God chose to allow Kent State to demolish Falwell's Liberty University football team 38-10.
The Reverend Jerry Falwell never fails to continually amaze me with his audacity. Falwell's most recent column accuses the Kerry campaign of engaging in "the politics of personal destruction."
What is wrong with this picture? Too many things, but I'll mention a couple for those of you not familiar with this blog:
1. Falwell had previously bilked his church members and TV audience by selling them sensational (and libelous) videotapes claiming that Bill Clinton was involved in murder and drug dealing (Falwell even concocted a fraudulent infomerical in which Falwell interviews a man who is represented as an investigative journalist who is silhouetted because he is in fear for his life from the Clinton mob; in reality, it was the videotape's producer, Patrick Matrisciana).
2. Falwell's column is published in Newsmax, run by Scaife monkey-boy Christopher Ruddy.
What is to be done? One easy thing to do is to click here and get a free three-month trial subscription to Falwell's National Liberty Journal--Falwell will pick up all the printing and mailing costs. If you're not interested in receiving the rag, I'm sure you can think of some deserving souls who would love to see it in their mailbox.