Well folks. It's time we took some stands on E.D.'s without consulting each other.
Here's my first attempt at this.
Oh man. This guy is definitely going to heaven's nursery. God probably feels bad for him. I mean his brother was awesome city. His mom and dad probably kinda hated him. He got tricked by some teammates into taking his baseball card pic with THIS bat. His name was Billy. This guy will bring tears to heaven.
Hell! Oh man, he tried to trick everyone with that name but no fuckin' way man.
His destiny is sealed inside a dragon's belly. This is a pretty weird dude so he gets a weird destiny.
HEAVEN BOUND! The part of heaven where you get to eat at Baskin Robbins everyday with anyone you want and all flavors are real.
Well, this is a tough one. He came to McCracken camp one summer and my dad got me his autograph but I never saw him so it's kind of a legend. The goggles might have saved his soul however it could be the hair too. All I know is that he will spend the rest of his existence at K-Mart/Little Ceasars.
This guy. Raise your hand if you watched this show. My best friend in high school watched this every Saturday and I hated it sooooo bad. It was like the worst idea. Right after Inside Stuff I think that way I had to watch at least a little of it. He frickin' played for an NBA team now he's a high school coach and the best player is a girl? Also what the hell is with that vest?
Anyway, I'm up for anything for his destiny. Maybe purg?
This guy is the easiest heaven call so far. Sports Spectrum, All Star Bible, Fun to watch. He's in. Hard.
In a handbasket on Elliott's bike in place of E.T. will he be riding into hell. Hot on the heels and he'll probably like it. How did Detroit fans even like him?
This guy is in hell also.
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Sunday, May 27, 2007
I was just looking for a clarification on how the assignment of eternal destinies works. Clearly we know more than most about eternity, sports, and destinies. But what does "we make the call" really mean? Do we decide by committee? Or does the nomination of one member determine destinies? Is there a causal relationship between our selections and the afterlife or are we just documenting what is already the case?
Saturday, May 26, 2007
When you want to talk about eternal destinies, here's a guy for you: Mugsy Bogues. Now get a load of this guy. What a kind young gentleman.
1) He's an officer and a gentleman.
2) He's a hard worker.
3) He played for the Hornets.
He's clearly gettin' in to H-town (you guys know which one I mean, oh yeah!). Constrained by a diminutive frame of five feet and three inches, he was still able to effect the Lord's purposes of cool passes and calling out the plays. Sometimes 3bombs as well. What a hard worker. So what's the call, guys? In or out?
Friday, May 25, 2007
Thursday, May 24, 2007
Brooks Robinson is in a Heavenbound crew (and you can be, too). Here's why:
- 15-time All-Star
- 16-time Gold Glove Winner
- 1964 MVP
- World Series MVP 1970
- Two World Series rings
- Elected to the Hall on the first ballot with 91.98% of the votes
- His birthday was last week
- Has a dog named Tex McGraw
- Likes Box Tops for Education
- Hates car insurance
- Once ate his weight in peeled grapes
Yeah, he's definitely in heaven.
p.s. Some of those facts were made up. Four in fact. But still, they might be true, and that's what you should focus on.