Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Dallas area earthquakes suggest God is a Lions fan

The Detroit Lions lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 24-20, after a game-changing penalty call was overturned without explanation in the fourth quarter on Sunday.

On 3rd and 1 with 8:25 left and a 20-17 lead, Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens obviously had his hands all over tight end Brandon Pettigrew before the interference call was reversed. 

Apparently The Big Guy upstairs was watching and, contrary to everything Jerry Jones believes, He just might a Lions fan.

On Tuesday, after the NFL admitted blowing the call, nine small earthquakes rattled North Texas hours apart — suspiciously close to AT&T Stadium — the scene of the fateful call.

Coincidence? Hmm.

Since 2008, there had only been one reported earthquake in what is known as the Fort Worth Basin. 

The U.S. Geological Service pinpointed the epicenters of the first four quakes to northeast Irving, a Dallas suburb. At least two of those could be felt throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Thankfully, there were no injuries or serious damage.

Seismologists installed a new earthquake-monitoring device in Irving this week, after minor shock waves rocked an area which is near the site of the Cowboys' former football stadium.

I guess even He makes mistakes too.

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