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Saturday, November 19, 2005
What a day in football...

Three's all around. Yes, the perennial top 4 in English Football all won by scoring three goals today. Check the scores, starting off with my beloved Reds:

Liverpool 3-0 Portsmouth
Wigan 2-3 Arsenal
Charlton 1-3 Man Utd
Chelsea 3-0 Newcastle

Talk about trippy, huh?

Now, in unrelated news, I have been a bit lazy, and haven't done much reading as of late. The last book I have read (at least some of) is Star Wars and Philosophy, which had a chapter about Star Wars and the existance of God. To avoid getting super-religious about the matter, God was described as one who time does not function in the same way it functions for us. To make a simple analogy, God would experience all of history all at once, like seeing all frames of a film at once. As such, future events, like in sports, can effect past events, like in sports (wink wink). Bearing that in mind, this odd occurence in football created an anomalie filled by the Kings-Canucks game on Thursday. As such, the Bert-accu-scoreTM for the contest was rendered useless by divine intervention.

Now, since all four teams scored three goals, the Kings and Canucks shared six of the goals each, giving a 6-6 mark. Now in medieval times, Kings were closest to God. As such, the Kings sustain only 1 of the three goals against, penalizing them from their score, bringing the Kings score down to 5 goals, and the Canucks sustain the other two, giving them 4. As such, the final score of the game is 5-4 for the Kings, which gives us...



Utter Golden PerfectionTM.

For the Canuck's next match tomorrow, we swim into the Duck Pond in Anaheim, California, to face the silliest named team in hockey, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. Bert is looking to eat duck soup for dinner, and the Bert-accu-scoreTM for the game shall be

Canucks 10 Mighty Ducks 0

Cha Gheill!!

Post script: My condolences to Peter of Down For Repairs, whose Red Wings fell victim to the worst team in hockey, the St. Louis Blues, by a 3-2 mark. I just have a question. If the Democrats are losers (according to Peter), and the Wings are losers, does that make the Red Wings Democrats?
neolithic pondered at 20:48
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