You can make it true. Just use your A S D and arrow keys and Jesus wins.
Comedy Central features a funny beat’em up South Park style.
Besides having Jesus win the tournament, you can as well choose to show up as Satan and perform special moves more evil than resurrection, holy fist, slight healing or Santa’s gift.
One religious sign of the game is so small, but don’t miss it:
Kyle throws a David Star shuriken, if you like.
Hardly sports, but surely religion.
AC Milan playmaker Kaka sees himself becoming an evangelical minister when he quits playing soccer.
“I would like that a lot,” Kaka said in interview in the December issue of the Italian version of GQ, which was posted on the magazine’s Web site on Wednesday. “It’s a difficult road – you have to study theology and deepen your study of the Bible.”
It was a difficult day for the Detroit Lions as they fell to the Green Bay Packers in the 68th Annual Thanksgiving Day Classic. At least Lions quarterback Jon Kitna had something to be thankful for:
“That I don’t have to go to hell.”
Isaac asks: “If God is on Jon Kitna’s side, who could be against him?” and delivers some background.
Don’t be misled by the great title of this book. The only prayer the player says goes like this: “Oh Lord, please reveal to me the magical aiming secret.”
“THE MAN THAT I THANK FOR EVERTHING HES DONE
IN MY LIFE! GRACIAS DIOSITO! SIN TI NO PODIA SER NADA!”
The Official Ferocious Fernando Vargas’s Details are not as suprising:
Here for: Networking
Body type: 5′ 10″ / Athletic
Ethnicity: Latino / Hispanic
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Two-time world champion “El Feroz” Fernando Vargas (26-4, 22 KOs) and three-time world champion Ricardo “El Matador” Mayorga (27-6-1, 22 KOs) clash in what will be a street-style brawl at Staples Center the day after Thanksgiving on Friday, Nov. 23. Check out some Quotes at KO Corner.