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7 minutes ago, Eleran said:

Except that Goliath was a Philistine who purportedly fought David in an area that lies in current Israel, hundreds of years before Rome was even founded.

And the story of David and Goliath is a parable which is used to illustrate a larger lesson. Quit being so literal and you will enjoy art more.

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10 minutes ago, Eleran said:

Except that Goliath was a Philistine who purportedly fought David in an area that lies in current Israel, hundreds of years before Rome was even founded.

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Oh, well, if some cartoonist drew him that way, then it MUST be true.

I guess Goliath must also be a dog, since he was drawn that way too.

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12 minutes ago, Eleran said:

Except that Goliath was a Philistine who purportedly fought David in an area that lies in current Israel, hundreds of years before Rome was even founded.

My opinion is that the Boston uniform has some cool elements.  

But the observations about it being a Roman-styled uniform, when David and Goliath are not Roman figures, is absolutely a valid point.  Why did Boston choose the Roman look, with a Goliath theme?  

This kind of reminds me of arguments against Cadets 2015.  Colors were supposed to be "neon", because that is the 10th element of the periodic table.  However, the noble gas NEON actually gives off an orange color, so some argued that the Cadets color scheme was dumb.

Either way, I don't think Boston's uniforms are perfect, but I like them better than last year's.

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2 minutes ago, Eleran said:

Oh, well, if some cartoonist drew him that way, then it MUST be true.

I guess Goliath must also be a dog, since he was drawn that way too.

daveyandgoliath.jpg

See my above post about being so literal....

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If David and Goliath were alive, would they approve of Boston's uniforms?  

What would God have to say about it?

These are some of the deep and burning questions I now have as a result of reading the comments in here. 

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25 minutes ago, Spatzzz said:

And the story of David and Goliath is a parable which is used to illustrate a larger lesson. Quit being so literal and you will enjoy art more.

Wait a minute.  Eleran was replying to post by Glenn426, which said "Boston got it spot on for a show named Goliath".  So, if you are going to call out Eleran for being too literal, you need to also call out Glenn426 for being wrong.

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I like these..a million times better than last year...

 

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1 minute ago, Liahona said:

I like these..a million times better than last year...

 

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I like them better than last year's, too.  But the brush on the helmet actually looks WAY cooler from the side, than from the front.

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the props remind me of plinko from the price is right

they also look a little dangerous

i know these kids are very athletic, but still, the old man in me worries a little

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