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Originally posted by TheOneElectric
reply to post by OldCorp
You're not serious, are you?
I have to ask that, because I don't know anymore.
A couple of New England fans hope to turn the Patriots-Broncos game into a witch hunt.
Lori Stathopoulos (known as Lorelei) and Lori Bruno are Salem sorceresses and are hoping to use Friday the 13th to conjure up some magic for the home team.
"I'm going to raise the energy of the universe and send out all the good mojo," Lorelei told the Boston Herald. "Lori will call in the Angels."
Fromt the Herald:
At the 10-minute ceremony at Crow Haven Corner, the city's first witch shop, there will be an altar set up with a Brady puppet — sewn for the occasion by another local sorceress — and mojo bags filled with herbs and stones for every Patriots player.
Lorelei said she will Tebow and chant the following: "Tom Brady will see what he needs to see, be where he needs to be and will take the Patriots to another victory."
In 1985, the Tebows moved to the Philippines with their four children to serve as missionaries. Pam Tebow became ill with amoebic dysentery, which is usually transmitted from contaminated drinking water. She fell into a temporary coma and received strong drugs to combat the infection, the Sun reported. Those drugs resulted in severe placental abruption, in which the placenta detaches from the uterine wall. That condition can deprive the fetus of oxygen and other necessary elements.
When it was discovered she was pregnant, doctors stopped the drugs but said that the high doses of medicine had already damaged the fetus, the Sun reported. The account is also part of Tim Tebow’s recent best-seller, “Through My Eyes.”
Because they believed the baby would not survive, doctors recommended an abortion so that Pam Tebow’s life would not be risked.
"They thought I should have an abortion to save my life from the beginning all the way through the seventh month," she told the Sun.
Originally posted by xenthuin
reply to post by ColAngus
There were no sky writing planes... I was at this game. There were, however, numerous pyrotechnic displays, which could easily explain the smoke ring.
Edit to add:
They are playing the "Hey Song" in the background which is what they do everytime Denver scores... They also shoot off some fireworks when they score, so I'm pretty sure that's all this is.edit on 1/16/2012 by xenthuin because: Addition