Christopher Hitchens Doesn't Believe In Georgia Bulldogs Football

Every Day Should Be Saturday was lucky enough to earn a guest post from Christopher Hitchens, most famous for arguing humanity should forego placing trust in violent unseen overseers, since those cruel figments may distract us from dropping nukes on Mecca. He opens his talk with a remark on the Dawgs:

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One particularly inoperable tumor may be found in Athens, Georgia in the form of Mark Richt. Richt styles himself a man of faith. The efforts of his football team on the field thus far validate this, as they show no concrete steps taken to alleviate the very real demons besetting them besides the wasteful pleading of limited breaths to an empty and indifferent aether. The Bulldogs miss tackles as if their hands are covered in hog grease, the offense display signs of a troubling palsy, and as a group they display all the cohesion of Greek parliamentary coalition. That they should qualify themselves as bowl-eligible would be a minor miracle indeed, though not one attributable to any imaginary phantom presiding over a perpetual Pyongyang-in-the-sky.   

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