TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, February 03, 2004
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Good and bad during Super Bowl
From commercials to halftime to game time

CHEERS: The funny commercial with the dog
JEERS: The Cowboys weren’t in the Super Bowl.

CHEERS: The game was close and hard fought.
JEERS: To Phil Simms commentating. Intelligence doesn’t run in this family.
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Judge not
The Bible is not ammo against homosexuality

I do not believe homosexuality is a sin. Call me a sinner, derelict, pagan or whatever you see fit, but I do not believe one can make a credible case against homosexuality from the Bible. You might ask, of course, “What does the Bible matter? Isn’t this a secular social issue?”
MTV, VH1 need to go back to musical roots

I, like many people today, currently subscribe to cable television. While most of the channels might still be able to provide entertainment, one genre of television has unfortunately gone downhill. Music Television and Video Hits One, better known as MTV and VH1, have decayed to the point of boredom.
Internet serves as lauching pad for many organizations

The Internet is a great place for contagion of all sorts. Viruses, ridiculous quizzes, inspirational chain e-mails and urban myths have always spread on the Internet at an alarming pace. Recently, however, the Internet has come into the public eye as a breeding ground for a certain contagious form of political activism.
     
     
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Editorial policy: The content of the Opinion page does not necessarily represent the views of Texas Christian University. Unsigned editorials represent the view of the TCU Daily Skiff editorial board. Signed letters, columns and cartoons represent the opinion of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board.

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