Merry Christmas

Santa Claus spends 350 days a year shoveling snow in the North Pole. For the last few days he tried to do some sporting activities — golfing, surfing, skateboarding, mountain biking, even rock climbing.
And of course he’s gonna check his list twice, whether those NHL guys are naughty or nice. Today’s elves are really sexy and that is why Satan steals Christmas by diverting our focus.

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Post # 200 and Top 10 of the Year

On this 18th day of December 2008 turns 200 posts old.
A good reason to take a look at this year’s Top 10 most favorite posts:
1. Spiritual NBA Player Nicknames (nba)
2. Jewish NASCAR (nascar)
3. Super Bowl XLII Prayers on Twitter (nfl, twitter)
4. McCain Explains It All For You (easter, nfl)
5. upgraded (branding, domain, nhl)
6. Church and Stadium Lego Edition (church, stadium)
7. Presbyterian Manning (church, nfl)
8. Easter workouts (bodybuilding, easter, twitter)
9. LDS NBA (nba)
10. Presbyterians walking (church, running)

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Cheerleading Nuns

Basketball fans in Sassari – Sardinia’s second largest city – were recently treated to a special halftime show. A group of nuns, monks and priests performed a routine to disco music while wearing traditional robes and habits. The group is on a tour of Italian discos and nightclubs to spread the message of Christianity to young people.
via MoonDogSports
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religious state of the blogosphere

The 2008 State of the Blogosphere is out. Among other things Technorati is taking a look at the most popular topics, finding out that three-quarters of bloggers cover three or more topics. 19% of all blogs cover religion/spirituality and 16% cover sports. Religion beats sports. That is hard to imagine compared to TV ratings. Is the blogosphere really that different?
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