We have different views, but I respect your opinion. Wishing the best to you and yours this evening.
What do positive thoughts do for the scientists? For the scientists, nothing. For people who are upset, quite a bit. Positive thinking has direct correlation with physical as well as mental wellbeing. As far as saying positive thoughts are an insult to those who believe in God by lumping them in with prayer, I was emphasizing that we should be united regardless of religious opinion. Simply including others is not an insult to God or people who believe in God. As far as being frustrated, I get it bro. We all are. I thought Florida was going to be the LSU of 2020. Should be a classic next year. How about a deal, you pray for me and I'll pray for you? And if we want to include positive thoughts, well that's a bonus.
This virus has negatively impacted the lives of the entire world. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics were cancelled, and I guarantee you it had nothing to do with American politics. Instead of pointing fingers at political parties or people, let us all recognize that the enemy here is the virus. And instead of stewing in anger over events we have no control over, let us join together in prayer or positive thoughts that our scientists will find a countermeasure to this virus.
Ed Orgeron never loses to Gus Malzahn and that's no bold statement.
Understandable. I feel though like as a program people see Georgia as ahead of LSU whereas I see them more on equal footing.
Not trolling, but why does Georgia always get the benefit of the doubt over LSU? We've played them both the past two years and beat them badly each time. Yet Georgia is always ranked above LSU. Like I said not trying to insult Georgia as I am a fan of Kirby Smart.
LSU won 3 national championships before last year, not 2. Also, surprised Jordan-Hare didn't get a mention.