(Ray Lewis is a polarizing figure.)
Yesterday, I watched the Super Bowl. Thank God for the internet. I can still view sports and my favorite television shows due to technology.
The Ravens won. I wasn't surprised. Baltimore seemed like a team of destiny. They had to defeat some very tough squads--Denver, New England, etc.--to lift that trophy over their heads.
Many Americans are upset with the outcome. Ray Lewis is a polarizing figure. He's still remembered for the murders in Atlanta. Jesus Christ is right. The sun shines on the just and unjust alike.
I played NCAA Football on the Sony. I created my own team. Isn't that cool? I also designed a stadium. It's located in Maine. My running back is in the hunt for the Heisman Trophy. But my quarterback sucks ass. He keeps throwing picks. Bastard.
I'm currently enjoying season four of The Sopranos. The gangsters are very offended when a group of Indians starts badmouthing Christopher Columbus. Tony screams at all his underlings for acting like a bunch of sissies. He asks them to be strong and silent like Gary Cooper. Funny stuff.
I paid homage to the Christ God. I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. And why not? I refuse to worship at the altar of man.
I went to bed at 9 p.m. I didn't dream. I woke up at 6 a.m. I drank coffee and read the paper. Korean comedians recently received a warning for lampooning President Park. The peninsula isn't exactly a hotbed of free speech. The slander and libel laws are quite draconian. You got to watch what you say.
I turned on Fox News. The hostage situation in Alabama is over. The FBI shot and killed Jimmy Lee Dykes. The little autistic boy is safe and has been returned to his family. Mr. Dykes was a strange old coot.
It's 7:50 p.m. I'm sitting on the sofa. My feet are cold.
Anyway, talk to you later. God bless.