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    Re: Anyone else catch the announcers remark about budah on sun?

    "Lotzapurple119" wrote:
    i still think that the announcer still could have stayed away from the whole religion stuff on television period.
    Your talking about a profession that employs Joe Buck and John Madden, stupid things will be said and you can count on it

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    Re: Anyone else catch the announcers remark about budah on sun?

    i didnt hear it. but if i were fat pat i would have hit who ever said it. and farted on their heads lol

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    Re: Anyone else catch the announcers remark about budah on sun?

    Yeah I heard it, but didn't think anything of it at the time. I was too pissed off during that part of the game anyways! I don't think he meant any ill will towards buddist people or anything.

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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    Re: Anyone else catch the announcers remark about budah on s

    What's funny is a buddhist probably wouldn't give a rats ass and yet people who believe in no god do :grin:

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    Re: Anyone else catch the announcers remark about budah on s

    "Eyedea" wrote:
    I don't think he ment to do it but the tone he said it implied something like 'oh, its just budda'
    That's not what he meant. When someone says "You have the body of a god" they mean the Greek gods like Hercules and Zeus who were always depicted as being big and ripped muscularly. He said "He's got the body of a god, but that god is Buddha". He was just trying to spin the saying around saying that Pat is fat. I've heard other people say it before, it's not offensive.

    I don't think anyone is going to make a fuss about it, and with as many times as they say "J esus C hrist" (sorry I had to write it that way becuase the auto filter writes this Jesus Christ) as a swearword on TV, I should probably be offended as a Christian by that way of thinking.

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