Memphis Bengal asks God to bless the New York Post for publishing this case of Exodus 20.14:
Alex Rodriguez established the AROD Family Foundation in 2006 with his wife Cynthia, dedicated to positively impacting families in distress by supporting programs focusing on improved quality of life, education and mental health.
Thanks to the NY Post now the following can be added:
Alex Rodriguez dined with a mysterious, busty blonde and two pals at a pricey steakhouse in Toronto late Sunday night, then headed to a glitzy strip club before making their way to his hotel, where the pair ducked into an elevator and headed upstairs just after midnight.
For our daily tweets we perform Twitterment Searches for “workout” and “prayer” every day. Each Sunday there is a weekly update here on this blog. Because of Twitter’s Crash there have been no reliable twitterment data for several days. Since Wednesday everything seems to work again.
Week 21 summary of sport and spirituality on twitter:
Total Search Results for workout: 26
Total Search Results for prayer: 12
Most workout results on Thursday with 8 hits.
Most prayer results on Wednesday and Saturday with 4 hits each.
Tom Ehrich @ Indystar.com is looking forward to the Indianapolis 500 on the Day of Pentecost. At that time in Jerusalem “they were all together in one place”, as they will be tomorrow in Indianapolis. Ehrich states: “The 500 tends to be a remarkable display of civility, or what Jesus called ‘being one.'” This is possible for some specifics of the event concerning approaches, entrances, tradition, orthodoxy and patriotism.