The case of the $35 million pants.

How one man’s failure to forgive can change a family’s life. Seriously, $35 million over a pair of pants?

Truly, it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.

Thanks, Keith.

5 thoughts on “The case of the $35 million pants.”

  1. I actually first heard about this via your blog; sorry I forgot the linkback.

    I was probably too busy reenacting scenes from Spiderman 3 while posting to remember the niceties of the blogosphere… D’oh!

  2. No problem. I’m sure I’m not the only one that saw it.

    re: Spiderman 3, my boys saw it yesterday (after purchasing the PS2 game Friday night). They said it was “awesome” and are already talking about how great “4” will be.

  3. Well, from what I hear, there’s at least a decent chance that Tobey Maguire won’t be returning, which is terrible for the franchise, in my opinion. However, Sony has confirmed a 4, 5, and 6… For which I am eagerly anticipating. :D

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