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    Default I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    You all may have seen this already but I'm posting anyway.

    ESPN - Believing in Tim Tebow
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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    He'll always be someone that some bitter soul puss will gripe about. They'll be the first to say I told you so when the media does enough digging to find a "hypocritical" flaw in him.

    Sure he's Christian, sure he's Evangelical about it, at the end of the day he is just like you and me.

    He wants to do the same thing all of us guys want to do. Have fun (everyones fun is different but fun's fun), bad habits/character flaws, and play with ****. Whether he does or not is the different story.

    He put in hard work to get where he is. Praying to Zombie jesus, cloud of energy, cloud in the sky, or God robed in the flesh has very little to do with his success. People just don't like him because of the Jesus thing.

    You never hear anyone complain about Bill Maher and George Carlin's evangelism of flaming athesim because they are funny (Bill maher's only funny to idiots but still he's funny) You'll very seldom see someone judge an Islamic famous person with their FIRE and intensity of their religion. Islamic peeps take dedication to higher levels than any bible thumping holy roller ever could would. That makes you a racist if you do that but let a Famous white christian fly their flag.

    Oh no he didn't.
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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    That one used up a few tissues.

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Took none... I've bit my tongue tons on this forum on more offensive issues that were targeted to me.

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Took none... I've bit my tongue tons on this forum on more offensive issues that were targeted to me.
    I was refering to the OP.
    I could care less what you say.

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    WTGH?

    Why the grumphate?

    You gotta admit that would be a good retort though (That used up a few tissues)
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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Did you even read the article? There was one reference to a prayer,
    something he whispered into a small boys ear. Do not all religions pray, in
    some form or another, I believe they do. This was not about religion, this was/is about an
    incredible man who does selfless acts of kindness to enrich peoples lives who need it. End of story.

    Peace,

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    I'm certain Tim does not seek our praise for his actions.

    He is showing Who is in him.

    We should aspire to do the same.

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Quote Originally Posted by LesStrat View Post
    I'm certain Tim does not seek our praise for his actions.

    He is showing Who is in him.

    We should aspire to do the same.
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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    I'm just sick of hearing about Tebow in general. He is surpassing Brett Favre levels of media attention these days

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    To completely jump on a bandwagon you must have only been somewhat on it.

    I was just making comments that the good the guy does gets overshadowed because of the Tebowing and prayer life.
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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    To completely jump on a bandwagon you must have only been somewhat on it.

    I was just making comments that the good the guy does gets overshadowed because of the Tebowing and prayer life.
    Understood.
    No more grumphate!

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Grumphate

    Gsus2

    I am a new compound.

    You don't f' with the Gsus
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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.

    Sometimes not read.

    dats hard

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
    Sometimes not read.
    dats hard
    I'm quoting this
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    like if we were walking down the sidewalk and you said "hey check her out" chances are i already saw her and mentally sodomized her
    Quote Originally Posted by grumptruck View Post
    Media only reports on what the sheeple wanna see/hear/read.
    Sometimes not read.
    dats hard

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    I don't get it. He takes something deeply personal like religion and displays it for all to see, and people think it's a good thing and approve?

    What else makes this guy so famous or good? To me he's just like a football (real football) star. I have a feeling he's popular only for marketing reasons: people see what they want to see, and they love him. Any truth in that or am I way off the mark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
    I don't get it. He takes something deeply personal like religion and displays it for all to see, and people think it's a good thing and approve?

    What else makes this guy so famous or good? To me he's just like a football (real football) star. I have a feeling he's popular only for marketing reasons: people see what they want to see, and they love him. Any truth in that or am I way off the mark?
    Did you read the previous article? It had almost nothing to do with religion as much as it had to do with human compassion and caring.
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    It's a little gross to put yourself in every song. I mean, how interesting do people really think you are?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
    Any truth in that or am I way off the mark?
    Way, Way off. Did you "actually" read the article. AND the comments
    that followed? Why won't people get that some people like to help others.
    They're millions of Philantropists, his just happens to bring his faith ito it.
    Is that bad? I don't think so, but apparently alot of people do. By the way,
    the OP contained the most minute mention of "a prayer". The man is
    incredible.

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Kurt Warner was Tim Tebow before there was a Tim Tebow. He didn't have the hype coming in since he came out of lower leagues however. He was cut from the same mold as Tebow personally. He still does some great stuff around this community, even after he left. In a league full of thugs it's a refreshing change. I'm not religious, but kudos to him for sticking to his guns. I just can't stand the media coverage.

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    Default Re: I've completely jumped on the Tim Tebow Bandwagon

    Quote Originally Posted by Pierre View Post
    I don't get it. He takes something deeply personal like religion and displays it for all to see, and people think it's a good thing and approve?

    What else makes this guy so famous or good? To me he's just like a football (real football) star. I have a feeling he's popular only for marketing reasons: people see what they want to see, and they love him. Any truth in that or am I way off the mark?
    what's the MOST miraculous thing to me...is that what he says and stands for NEVER...EVER gets attention and is generally looked down upon by the masses and most media would normally avoid him and hate on him like the plague...but...for some reason...it's different with him....

    btw...being a Kentucky Wildcat guy...i despised him in college at Florida...but i respected him!

    consider me a HUGE bandwagon jumper...i'll cheer and follow him for life!
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