Quote:
Logic has no imagination "Failing isn't the end of the world. Quitting is."
- moi?


"At the end of this, no one will remember what you said. But people will remember what you do."
- Arthur Smith, C.E.O. of GS1 Canada


"i want what all men want. i just want it more."
- Kobe Bryant


"Heart is what separates the good from the great"
- Michael Jordan


"Sometimes...
only the struggle makes it worth it...
only the pain makes it sweet...
and only victory is the answer"

- Nike


"When that blood gets riled up, you're still going to see some of what they say is immaturity."


"It's not what you know. It's what you can prove."
-Denzel Washington in Training Day
 
Lyrics:
Kanye West - I Wonder
Find your dreams come true
And I wonder if you know
What it means, what it means

[chorus]
And I wonder if you know
What it means, what it means
And I wonder if you know
What it means to find your dreams

I've been waiting on this my whole life
These dreams be waking me up at night
You say I think I'm never wrong
You know what, maybe you're right, aight

[chorus]

You say he get on your fucking nerves
You hope that he get what he deserves, word
Do you even remember what the issue is
You just trying to find where the tissue is
You can still be who you wish you is
It ain't happen yet
And that's what the intuition is
When you hop back in the car
Drive back to the crib
Run back to their arms
The smokescreens
The chokes and the screams
You ever wonder what it all really mean

[chorus]

And I'm back on my grind
A psychic read my lifeline
Told me in my lifetime
My name would help light up the Chicago skyline
And that's what I'm
Seven o'clock, that's primetime
Heaven'll watch, God calling from the hot lines
Why he keep giving me hot lines
I'm a star, how could I not shine
How many ladies in the house
How many ladies in the house without a spouse
Something in your blouse got me feeling so aroused
What you about
On that independent shit
Trade it all for a husband and some kids
You ever wonder what it all really mean
You ever wonder if you'll find your dreams
 
Monday, February 26, 2007


next goal in basketball: http://espn.go.com/ncb/2003/0304/1517990.html

mastering the princeton offense. of course i need players who understand it as well. not that easy to find

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 10:45 PM ||

Saturday, February 24, 2007


how come asian girls in mississauga dont like to play softball? it seems to be severely lacking, compared to toronto....

it's like finding diamonds in the rough

like...

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 12:59 AM ||

Friday, February 23, 2007


things i have now done in basketball:

1) swat someone to the ground [ww at ccf basketball 2 years ago]
2) throw a pass between someone's legs [pick up at mac on some guy]
3) get hot shooting [me and ramy vs. eminem x 3 at mac in some 3v3 pick up game on a saturday]
4) make someone fall [gilbert, tonight at mcbc]

in counting

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 1:00 AM ||

Sunday, February 18, 2007


change attitude eh?

change eh?

how would Jesus lead a team.... hmm...

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 1:36 AM ||

Thursday, February 15, 2007


say jam sucka

say groove sucka

say dance sucka

now move sucka

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 7:37 PM ||

Tuesday, February 06, 2007


from TMQ today:

The Athlete's Prayer:
Every year between the college bowls and the Super Bowl, there's at least one major game that begins with some unctuous minister leading a prayer for victory. As a churchgoing Christian, I wince whenever I hear clergy appeal to the divine for success in sports. God doesn't care who wins games, while many sports prayers boil down to, "Lord, help me crush my opponent." For that matter public prayer contradicts Jesus, who taught, "Whenever you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, so that they may be seen by others. Amen I tell you, they have received their reward. When you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees in secret will reward you." (Jesus often said of religious hypocrites or the rich that they "have received their reward," meaning they will not ascend to heaven – everything they are ever going to get, they already have.) At sports events, dedications and at the openings of legislatures, Christians routinely violate Christ's teaching regarding public prayer. Considering the rabbi Jesus even opposed prayer in synagogues, it can be argued that Christians contract Christ when they pray together in churches. Each time I read of Christian fundamentalists or evangelicals demanding prayer in public schools, I wince anew, since it suggests they know little about the actual ministry of their Redeemer. But don't get me started on ways in which Christians ignore the teachings of Jesus.

While prayer for victory in sports is offensive, there seems nothing wrong with nonsectarian prayer for inner strength during competition. Years ago for the ecumenical Web site Beliefnet.com – which is by a huge margin the best destination on the Internet for anyone interested in any faith – I composed a nonsectarian athlete's prayer:

The Athlete's Prayer
God (or Adonai or Allah), let me play well but fairly.
Let competition make me strong but never hostile.
In this and in all things, guide me to the virtuous path.
If I know victory, grant me happiness;
If I am denied, keep me from envy.
See me not when I am cheered, but when I bend to help my opponent up.
Seal it in my heart that everyone who takes the field with me becomes my brother.
Remind me that sports are just games.
Teach me something that will matter once the games are over.
And if through athletics I set an example – let it be a good one.

Two notes. First, there have been centuries of debate in the rabbinical, pastoral and imam's traditions regarding what can be asked of the divine; I would argue that "in this and in all things, guide me to the virtuous path" is the essence of prayer. Second, you might wonder, why pray for happiness in victory -- aren't all victors happy? If only! It's amazing how often the victorious don't seem to enjoy their triumphs: rather complain that the score wasn't higher or the accolades louder or the opponent humiliated. A basic reason people engage in sports is for that happy moment when victory is won and all involved can hug and dance and spend the next 24 hours on cloud nine. In athletics and other aspects of life, too many work arduously to win, then do not enjoy their triumphs. Therefore the humble athlete prays that God will grant happiness.

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 10:12 PM ||

Monday, February 05, 2007


global warming is clearly the factor behind these HOT BLAZING -30 DEGREES TEMPERATURES!

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 10:45 PM ||

Sunday, February 04, 2007


feels like every sermon is the same

no one has anything new to say

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 10:55 PM ||

Friday, February 02, 2007


this is my sportscentre
ultimate sc

wtf does any of this mean?

it doesnt make ANY sense

tsn sucks

sportsnet sucks

the score is the only watchable sports channel. and only cause it doesnt devote 61 of every 60 minutes on effin hockey

[exeunt]


posted by jonathan at 6:56 PM ||


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