Just something I found highly amusing:

Packers defensive end Ryan Pickett had hoped to attend National Porn Sunday, a Feb. 6 religious service whose anti-pornography message will be broadcast to 300 churches across the country on Super Bowl Sunday.

But, it turns out, he has a conflict…

The video includes personal stories of other current and former NFL players, including quarterbacks Matt Hasselbeck of the Seattle Seahawks and Jon Kitna of the Dallas Cowboys. They’re seen touting the ministry and its software, which tracks a user’s Internet movements, sending a weekly list of sites visited to the user’s “accountability partners” – say, friends or a spouse.

Hasselbeck says it’s strengthened his marriage and gives his wife “a lot of security.”

Josh McCown, who spent seven years in the NFL before signing on with the United Football League, tells viewers he began to deal with his porn problem because he feared it was “taking me someplace I didn’t want to go.”

“It’s a whole lot easier to tell your wife you’re struggling with it than to have her walk in on you,” he says in the video.

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And now, apparently Dallas is experiencing a shortage of strippers, right before Super Bowl XLV! That, my friends, is an American tragedy. One question: on February 6, the day of the Super Bowl, will more people across the world be watching football or will they be watching porn?

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