Super Bowl fans think they're wearing magic underwear
Before he watches his beloved Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl this Sunday, Kyle Herman has some important rituals to perform.
Just as he has for years, in the morning he will pick out the Broncos jersey to wear for the game. He will slip on his high-school ring, refashioned in Broncos blue and orange, and surround his television with team paraphernalia, from signed footballs to a pillow.
Herman has several Broncos jerseys, and if a certain player is stinking up the field, the 21-year-old from Beaver Falls, Wisconsin, will put on that player's jersey. You know, to give them a little more mojo.
‚ÄúI don‚Äôt know why,‚ÄĚ he says with a loud laugh, ‚Äúbut I feel like it really works for some reason.‚ÄĚ...
Right...everything is moving towards disorder. Nothing is being created and nothing is evolving into a better package. Nothing. Atrophy all around us and no man-apes running around throwing bananas at people.
One reason that I could never believe in evolution is simply because the theory (not fact) of evolution is based on the idea that humans are continually evolving or progressing. But as I look at society, when I look at the world, I see people not evolving but devolving. Not progressing, but regressing. This article just proves my point. We really aren't that far from the "superstitious" Africans.