Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Mission Accomplished, Jerry.
I like any other human being with a soul (although the existence of my soul could be debated), believe mission work is a great thing. As much as we make fun of the Tim Tebow’s and Colt McCoy’s of the world, what the do is good for man kind and helpful to less fortunate people in third world countries. Tim Tebow has assisted with his father’s orphanage in The Philippines as well as a bunch of other mission work in the area. Colt McCoy took a week long mission trip to
Pretty sure this is VERY frowned upon...
Mormons, including BYU football players go on missions too…Mormon missions. These missions do not include the things mentioned above. These aren’t done in third world countries to improve their livelihood; houses aren’t built in low income areas of the
So my point is this: while there is plenty of mission work, done by many different people from many different walks of life, that is good for humanity and beneficial to society, the purpose of the Mormon mission is primarily to generate revenue for the church. There is no give and take. It is a “we convert you, you give us money” approach. It should also be noted (for no other reason but to throw salt in the wound) that BLACKS WERE NOT ALLOWED TO DO MORMON
Good riddance, BYU. Good riddance to you, your silly beliefs, and your pitiful excuse for a football team. I hate you more than anyone. I hate you so much that it makes Sir Wesley Willis look smitten with SMU. Take your propaganda elsewhere. I’ll be the one at the game Saturday, slugging down a caffeinated coke (gasp!) halfway filled with whiskey (double gasp!!) while laughing and cursing (heathen!!!) at your pitiful football team. I may even smoke a victory cigar (sinner!!!) and get laid in celebration (cue Mormon reader’s head exploding).
If you're generally the type of person that waits until game day to buy a ticket at the door, I would recommend a change in your routine for the next two weeks. Based on what is available when doing a quick search online, there are very few lower-level tickets remaining for the BYU game and the best seats in the upper deck have already been taken as well. Good seats are even scarcer for the Air Force game, since the Falcons ought to be coming to town ranked in the Top 25 for the Frogs' homecoming.
So before you end up without a ticket, or having to pay way above face value to a scalper, go get your tickets ASAP online and be done with it.
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