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Putting God in the newspaper
To the editor:
I find it interesting that the article on the front page of the sports section today, Oct. 18, 2005, written by Mike Fitzpatrick with The Associated Press, was unable to complete the remark "Oh, my God."
He was commenting on Astros' starter Andy Pettitte in the dugout after Pujols hit the three-run homer. I saw the same thing he did and it included God. Pujols has no problem giving credit to God for his strength and talent, and we shouldn't either. Neither should we be afraid to print it in the newspaper for all to see.
CAROLYN PICKENS, Jackson