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Oh, that's the worst kind of bread.

Posted by Dougsf | January 9, 2007 5:13 PM
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His foot is bread because is body is black communion.

Posted by frederick r | January 9, 2007 5:15 PM
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So, is Hutch the one with the breaded foot or is it a member of his parish?

Posted by keshmeshi | January 9, 2007 5:16 PM
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Breaking bread with ol' Hutch doesn't sound so bad. Keep your friends close and the friends of God closer.

Posted by GW | January 9, 2007 5:16 PM
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His foot is bread because His body is black communion.

Posted by frederick r | January 9, 2007 5:16 PM
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Good Christ. Hutch must be the biggest klutz this side of Barny Fife. How did that clown ever make it into the NFL?

I'm prayin' that horse breaded his foot in a thousand places.

Posted by SDA in SEA | January 9, 2007 5:59 PM
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What the heck is he doing with a horse ? And it makes me wonder what kind of footwear he was wearing.

I've shown horses for over 10 years, and been stepped on loads of times. Never once have I broken a bone. That doesn't mean it can't happen - but it usally doesn't if someone is wearing boots - which they should be if they are in a situation with a 1500 pound animal.
Geez...this guy is a dumbass.

Posted by dkstar | January 9, 2007 6:08 PM
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That is particularly disturbing since I spent a portion of the weekend reading this.

Posted by jaci | January 9, 2007 7:00 PM
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I grew up in an evangelical household, and this reminds me of what drove me away from the religion in the first place...

Why the fuck does this guy need a horse? What part of his "ministry" requires him to have a horse? Most pastors live on the tithing of their followers, although I know he was a pro ball player. Are they tithing knowing that he owns a horse?

If I was a member of his church, I'd be really put off knowing that I was paying money every week so that this schmuck can go galloping. But then again, if I was a member of his church, I'd probably be way too deep into the bullshit to notice.

Posted by move_it_by_bike | January 9, 2007 7:43 PM
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A ritzy house on the eastside. A propane bbq grill. A horse. Trips to foreign countries. Hate really pays off. Especially when you can get some morons to come to church services in a gym.

Posted by catalina vel-duray | January 9, 2007 8:34 PM
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Dkstar, the footwear question is pretty obvious. You have to take your boots off first in order to get your pants off.

Posted by Fnarf | January 9, 2007 8:44 PM
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Dear Prayer Warrior,
My horse stepped on my foot last night and broke it when I was trying to get into position for him to fuck me. Pray that it isnít too bad of a bread [sic], and it heals quickly so that I can steady myself for the ass pounding from my big stud.

Your Pastor,
Hutch

ps. Bless President Bush. He's dreamy.

Posted by monkey | January 9, 2007 9:32 PM
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@ 9 ... Typical evangelicals, as you know, are right wing in every way - meaning that they like money. So just as the typical right wing working class guy doesn't begrudge, say, the CEO of the NY Stock Exchange getting $140 million, he won't begrudge his pastor living high off the hog either, because he dreams of having that himself. The logical and ethical contradictions don't register on a right wing radar.

Posted by Matt from Denver | January 9, 2007 10:36 PM
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Dkstar @#7:

Even with boots on, a big enough horse stamping hard enough can do a number on your toesies - only bone I've ever broken was my right little toe after having it stomped on by a pregnant Lippezaner mare.

(And no funny ideas out there - I was mucking her stable at the time.)

God didn't do much in the way of helpful healing, though - I just taped it to the next toe over, and it eventually healed all by itself.

Posted by COMTE | January 9, 2007 10:44 PM
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I'm still worried about his breaded blood counts.

Posted by UW doc | January 9, 2007 11:38 PM
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"Mucking her stable."

Posted by pox | January 10, 2007 9:32 AM

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