Multiple-choice Essay Test

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When Mario Cuomo was the Governor of New York, he ran for President. He did not win.

One journalist offered the following explanation for Cuomo’s defeat: “In a multiple-choice world, he is taking an essay test.”

This is a blog for camaraderie, spiritual growth, vigorous debate, and sports. We don’t do polls on this blog. But if we did…

We have two fundamental principles here at Preacher and Big Daddy. All the members of our team meditate on these principles every day:

phone1. It is good to stay close to God, family, friends, beer, and basketball.

2. YOUR OPINION MATTERS! (to somebody)

Seriously, though…Please keep this in mind, dear reader:

At the end of every post, you will see “No Comments” or “1 Comment” or “2 Comments,” etc., in blue.

Please click on these blue words. Then you will have the opportunity to add your thoughts. Don’t be shy!

Your comments will be read carefully by the P&BD editorial board. They will be published as promptly as possible. Then they will be ignored. (Just kidding.)

Too bad about the fumble.
Too bad about the fumble.

P.S. The Moses Movement has come to the NFL, too! (Mike Sellers, Redskins fullback)

Traffic, Bad Blood, Good News, and Waking Up

sea-of-brake-lightsIf the Lord had not called me to a priest, I would have become a traffic engineer.

I would have worked 80 hours a week, keeping myself awake with cappuccinos and high-protein energy drinks. I would have chained myself to my desk, living on graham crackers, peanut butter, and dried apricots—until I figured something out. I promise I would have.

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