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And I thought Harris the only musician for the Panthers. :P

I do remeber when he signed on his contract after we drafted him, the Observer did an article about him. It show a pic of him with his mom & another of him with his piano in his new condo in Charlotte. No surprise to see the video of him playing the piano there.

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The really religious athletes always crack me up. After every win they thank God, after every loss they blame themselves. If you really think God rules over everything shouldn't he take blame for the losses too. Like hey, we had that game won until Jesus made me fumble.

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The really religious athletes always crack me up. After every win they thank God, after every loss they blame themselves. If you really think God rules over everything shouldn't he take blame for the losses too. Like hey, we had that game won until Jesus made me fumble.

Well I can't speak for everyone, but I don't thank God for the win. Most of the religious athletes I know, including myself, thank God for our focus, talent, etc. And even after we lose, we still thank God for allowing us the opportunity in our lives to play a game that so many people don't get to enjoy.

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The really religious athletes always crack me up. After every win they thank God, after every loss they blame themselves. If you really think God rules over everything shouldn't he take blame for the losses too. Like hey, we had that game won until Jesus made me fumble.

Oh, hey, I've listened to George Carlin's stand-up too!

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The really religious athletes always crack me up. After every win they thank God, after every loss they blame themselves. If you really think God rules over everything shouldn't he take blame for the losses too. Like hey, we had that game won until Jesus made me fumble.

no because that would be determinism, which is at odds with free will... try again

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Oh, hey, I've listened to George Carlin's stand-up too!

Is that who it was? I thought it was pretty funny anyway.

EDIT: Damn these people are awesome at taking jokes.

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well i can't speak for everyone, but i don't thank god for the win. Most of the religious athletes i know, including myself, thank god for our focus, talent, etc. And even after we lose, we still thank god for allowing us the opportunity in our lives to play a game that so many people don't get to enjoy.

amem!

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