We human beings have a tendency to get on each others’ nerves. Living in close proximity to each other can cause conflicts. We don’t see eye-to-eye. Each of us has our ticks. Sometimes we don’t co-operate very well. We annoy each other.
We need a way to coexist peacefully. Which brings us to the virtue that reigns supreme on today’s popular airwaves. We try to live together in peace by practicing the magnificent virtue of…TOLERANCE!
That time, Alex Ovechkin knocked everything else, other than the kitchen sink, into the crease.
This is what Steve Kolbe said about Ovechkin’s disallowed goal in the second period this evening. Will the streak end? Caps are clawing back from a 5-2 deficit right now.
…I am not trying to be a priss. But to call our mid-Atlantic snowbound situation an “apocalypse” is really a sacrilege.
The Apocalypse will occur when the Lord Jesus Christ appears again in glory. If we are not ready for it, it will be a great deal more unpleasant than four feet of snow.
I think Mike Wise described our situation better in his column:
We have run out of bread and milk. We can’t move our vehicles. We can’t move our muscles.
We are snowed in until June, people. June!
We are trapped in a Ukranian hamlet, huddled around a bonfire trying to thaw, comforted by just three things: grain alcohol, the thought of global warming and our money-in-the-bank hockey team — Ovechkin, Semin, Backstrom and the boys, winners of 14 consecutive games.
We are fed up. We are freezing. We are “Dr. Zhivago” with a Target.
All we have left is the Caps. C-A-P-S! Caps! Caps! Caps!
…Don’t forget that it is only three months until the 400th anniversary of the death of Fr. Matteo Ricci.
Fr. Ricci was a Jesuit missionary in China. He is one of the most excellent men who has ever lived. He died on May 11, 1610.
…Let me say this, my blizzard-jockey friends: When the Washington springtime comes this year, it will be the sweetest ever…
Simon Peter fell at the knees of Jesus and said, “Depart from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man.”
For astonishment at the catch of fish they had made seized him.
Jesus said to Simon, “Do not be afraid; from now on you will be catching men.”
When they brought their boats to the shore, they left everything and followed him. (Luke 5:8-11)
“Depart from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man.”
These were St. Peter’s words when he recognized the awesome holiness of Christ. Peter was afraid. He knew he was not worthy to be in the presence of God. After all, he was a rough and humble working man.