Tebow: “When I Saw Him Scoring, First Of All, I Just Thought, `Thank You, Lord'"

DENVER (CBS/AP) – “Pull the trigger,” John Elway told his Denver Broncos star, Tim Tebow, trying to shake the quarterback from a three-game funk.

Tebow went one better — he pulled off an upset.

A rejuvenated Tebow connected with Demaryius Thomas on an electrifying 80-yard touchdown pass on the first play of overtime and the Broncos defeated the stunned Pittsburgh Steelers 29-23 in the AFC wild-card game on Sunday.

Wild doesn’t begin to describe it. The play took 11 seconds and was the quickest ending to an overtime in NFL history.

Thomas hauled in a high play-action pass at the Denver 38, stiff-armed Ike Taylor and then outraced backup safety Ryan Mundy to the end zone.

“I was just saying, `Man trust your speed. Trust your speed. Don’t cut back. Don’t cut back.’ And he kept it straight. He outran the guy,” said Willis McGahee, whose fourth-quarter fumble helped Pittsburgh tie it.

“I was like `Oh my God, is he still running?’ Please just go. Please. Please.”

Tebow, who looked as startled as everyone else, chased down Thomas and knelt on one knee — Tebowing as it’s known — in the end zone. Then he pounded a fist in triumph and took a victory lap.

“When I saw him scoring, first of all, I just thought, `Thank you, Lord,”‘ Tebow said. “Then, I was running pretty fast, chasing him — like I can catch up to D.T! Then I just jumped into the stands, first time I’ve done that. That was fun. Then, got on a knee and thanked the Lord again and tried to celebrate with my teammates and the fans.”

PHOTO GALLERY: Broncos 29, Steelers 23

Behind Tebow’s 316 yards passing, the Broncos (9-8) are heading to New England for a second-round game against the top-seeded Patriots on Saturday night.

And, unlike Elway, who lost his first postseason start — to the Steelers at home in 1984 — Tebow is 1-0 in the playoffs.

“We’re just a fighting team. A lot of resilience,” cornerback Champ Bailey said. “In any adverse situation, we’ll find a way to get out of it. Everybody says we backed into the playoffs, we’re in. We did something right along the way. We’re in it. We won a game. Now, we’ve got to go try to win another one.”

The Steelers (12-5) lost despite Ben Roethlisberger rallying injury-depleted Pittsburgh from a two-touchdown halftime deficit with 10 points in the final 10 minutes.

Pittsburgh called tails for the overtime coin toss, and it came up heads.

Tebow, who engineered five fourth-quarter comebacks and three OT wins in the regular season, wasted no time finding Thomas to end the game.

“They were the No. 1 defense and we are the No. 1 offense running the ball,” Thomas said. “So, I feel like they wanted to make a statement and stop the run. I don’t know if they forgot about the passing game. The last couple of games that we had, we were not passing the ball that great.”

Thus, Elway’s admonition.

“He showed he’s a quarterback in the NFL, case closed,” McGahee said. “They say he couldn’t throw. They said we wouldn’t be able to run the ball on them. We did that. I wonder what they’re going to say next week.”

Mundy was playing in place of Ryan Clark, the Steelers’ leading tackler who sat this one out because of a blood condition that’s exacerbated at altitude.

Clark was one of several Steelers sidelined or injured. Pro Bowl center Maurkice Pouncey was out, replaced by Doug Legursky, who had a bad snap right before halftime that moved Pittsburgh out of field goal range.

Thomas raced down the Broncos sideline, sending the crowd, including Elway, the Broncos executive vice president, into a frenzy at Sports Authority Field, which was rocking like the old Mile High Stadium back in the 1990s.

And Elway, the architect of so many those magical moments at the old place, celebrated on the field like he used to when he was the one engineering the triumphs.

The Patriots walloped the Broncos 41-23 last month, sending Tebow into a funk that included seven turnovers and a 40 percent completion clip – and prompting Elway to implore him to “pull the trigger” in the playoffs.

Did he ever.

Tebow completed 10 of 21 passes but Thomas hauled in four of them for 204 yards after his top target, Eric Decker, was lost to a left knee injury on the first play of the second quarter when he was hit by linebacker James Harrison.

Tebow threw two TD passes and also ran 10 times for 50 yards and a touchdown.

“I think we executed a little bit better. We tried to step up,” Tebow said. “We knew it was win or go home. This team wanted to fight. We wanted to play another game.”

These two teams had played the first ever regular season overtime game on Sept. 22, 1974, in Denver. Now, they played the first non-sudden death playoff game in history. The new rules called for both teams to get the ball in the extra period providing there wasn’t a touchdown by either the offense or defense.

Tebow took care of that in a hurry.

Making his first appearance in the playoffs after going 7-4 as Denver’s starter, Tebow outplayed Roethlisberger, a two-time Super Bowl winner playing on a bad ankle, who fell to 10-4 in the playoffs.

Roethlisberger was 22 for 40 for 289 yards with one TD, one interception and five sacks.

The Broncos snapped a three-game losing streak that had many wondering if they were even worthy of their first playoff in six seasons, and it kept the Steelers from their 34th playoff win, which would have broken a tie with the Cowboys for the most ever.

Tebow led Denver to 20 second-quarter points – they had scored just 13 in the quarter in his 11 starts – but a 20-6 halftime lead didn’t last long.

Receiver Mike Wallace had a 1-yard TD run, Shaun Suisham kicked a short field goal and Jerricho Cotchery grabbed a 31-yard TD pass with 3:48 left in regulation to tie it.

The Steelers were nearing field goal range in the final minute of regulation but the Broncos sacked Roethlisberger three times on that final drive, forcing a fumble that Roethlisberger recovered.

“We were moving it and we had a shot,” Roethlisberger said. “Someone got, it felt like a finger, on the ball and knocked it out. After that, you’re trying to throw a 70-yard Hail Mary and that’s hard.”

Pittsburgh caught a break in the second half when the Broncos thought they had another takeaway inside the Steelers’ 20, but an errant whistle negated the turnover and the Steelers capitalized with an 87-yard TD drive to pull to 20-13.

Denver’s decision to defer upon winning the first-half coin toss started to look by a bad decision when Roethlisberger drove the Steelers to two quick field goals and the Broncos managed just 8 yards in the first quarter.

The Broncos’ bugaboo has been the second quarter, too, where they scored just 13 points in Tebow’s 11 starts, and things started off ominously when his top target got hurt on the first snap of the second quarter.

Harrison’s low tackle on Decker also broke up his 21-yard catch, which would have marked Tebow’s first completion.

As Decker — whose girlfriend, country singer Jessie James, performed at halftime — hobbled to the locker room, Tebow hit Thomas for a 51-yard gain down the left sideline, then found Eddie Royal for a 30-yard touchdown toss that gave the Broncos a 7-6 lead.

That was Denver’s first touchdown drive in 22 possessions.

Thomas’ 58-yard reception set up Tebow’s 8-yard scoring run that made it 14-6.

The Broncos dialed up the pressure on Roethlisberger and rookie safety Quinton Carter’s interception at the Pittsburgh 18 set up Matt Prater’s first of three field goals, putting them up 17-6.

Roethlisberger was picked off on his next throw by Andre’ Goodman, but that interception was negated by Elvis Dumervil’s offside penalty. After a punt, however, Tebow connected with tight end Daniel Fells for 40 yards to the Steelers 25, setting up Prater’s second short field goal that gave Denver a 20-6 halftime lead.


– This was the Broncos’ second playoff win since Elway retired following his second straight Super Bowl triumph in 1999, and their first since Jan. 14, 2006, when they handed Tom Brady his first playoff loss. The Broncos lost to the Steelers the following week.

– This was the first OT playoff game since the Saints beat the Vikings 31-28 in the NFC championship on Jan. 24, 2010.

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  4. Paul Felix Schott says:

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  5. Ivory Greathouse Jr. says:

    While Tim Tebow is breath of fresh air. Football is team game so does everyone think; he can win these games by himself. Without the play of Denver’s defense none of this would be going on. Tim Tebow is a great young man. But let’s get a dose of reality. One man does not make a team. Give all the Broncos credit.

  6. Robin Bennington says:

    God is in control of everything. In my Bible it says he is concerns about the sparrow…Tim Tebow is doing what he always does, give credit to his maker. And I can assure you that he is making a difference in the world. He is a wonderful role model for young men. He is getting more attention then any radio announcer who says that God does not care about Football. God cares about everything that we do. He is still in charge. Win or loose Tim Tebow is gving Him the glory. If God wants Tim to play in the Super Bowl then he will play in the Super Bowl. Christians stop putting God in a Box! God is on the throne. And Tebow is getting more publicity for God than any radio announcer. Just because you don’t like sports doesn’t mean that God doesn’t care about everything that we do.

  7. Joann says:

    I’m not a Broncos fan, But I am a Tebow fan. I pray you go all the way to the Super Bowl. stand tall in yor faith. I don’t think alot of people know how to take it. I love seeing you thank and praise God thru the good and bad. keep up the good work. I watch your games and pray that God keeps you in his hands.

  8. DC4JC says:

    God Bless Tim Tebow!….truely a chosen messenger of his word…he places his faithful servant on The Denver Broncos as its unlikely leader….a team whose mascot..a White Horse…is yet another clear sign that God has chosen to use this mascot as his own…he will be returning on his White Horse to come back and take care of his unfinished business as in the book of Revelations. The signs are everywhere. Glory to God!

  9. mike says:

    And to those that feel it necessary to make of people because of their faith,
    God Bless You!


  10. arjun says:


    In a world full of disbelievers, God chose the Denver Broncos to show his miracle. God’s chosen one, some call him God’s son, Tim Tebow was the third quarterback for the team. When the Broncos were down 1-4, billboards started appearing in Denver where God indicated that it was about time the city gets ready for his miracle. The miracle started with Tim Tebow leading the Broncos to a few magical or some called them miracle, wins. But then there were the ignorant disbelievers who not be fooled by God’s miracle. The average Joe’s of the world continued their disbelief. But when the team went for a 7-1 winning streak, the disbelievers were ready to join the winning band wagon.
    But God was just beginning his miracle. The Broncos lost the next three games and the disbelievers were exposed, as they started doubting God’s son after three losses. It was a true lesson on believing or disbelieving. When the Broncos lost their final game, minutes after the news came that the Oakland Raiders lost too, sending the Broncos to the playoffs. It was evident that God does his miracles on His own ways and His own terms.
    Then came the game against the Steelers. Every expert on TV picked the Broncos to lose. The disbelievers were ready to mock Tim Tebow after he embarrassed himself in the playoffs. But they did not still realize that Broncos have an extra player in the name of God. Just when the game was turning out to an easy win for God’s Denver Broncos, God chose to put his signature on the game. He got the game to overtime, and then His son Tim’s arms were the instrument for the miracle touchdown.
    The rest is history. Hundreds of years from now, pilgrims will visit the site of the miracle. And the Joe’s of the world, the disbelievers, will always ask if they saw a miracle.

  11. bob says:

    where’s that STeeler linebacker now. the one who said Tebow doesn;t NeeD GOD. Maybe he”s praying for A better season next year!

  12. steve mcfadden says:

    The kid is a blast to watch! The receiver Thomas excelerated after the catch like my old 64 mustang colt used to run. I so enjoyed the establishment (steelers and all the pundits) crying as they saw a determined bronco’s team dethrone Pittsburgh.

  13. jeff says:

    What encouragement to see Tebow faith lived out regardless of what others think. Funny how angry you all get that people attack him on his faith…dont you have enough of your own to know or God is much bigger then some pundits on TV. Get back to basics and the main command in the new covenant was what??? Love one another. Now if we were all doing that this list of postings would be pretty short :)

  14. johnwoodson says:

    The game was rigged. The last play was scripted. The fix was in to keep attendance high in ega churches throughout the country now that Christmas is over. Watch the replay, right before the snap Tewbow points to Mundy, then he points to Taylor to let him know to execute the script.

    1. JustAGuy says:

      “The game was rigged. The last play was scripted. The fix was in to keep attendance high in ega churches throughout the country now that Christmas is over.” – johnwoodson

      HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!

      Was your tongue firmly planted in your cheek or do you actually believe what you typed? ;-)

      1. johnwoodson says:

        As I said, watch the replay. It is clear that Tewbow points to Mundy, and then to Taylor to let him know the play is on. I worked as a football ref for 25 years, I have no doubt about this one.

      2. JustAGuy says:

        What you are suggesting is Pittsburg, or more specifically Ike Taylor; intentionally threw the game, for what? So churches can keep their attendance high now that Christmas is over?

        What amazes me is it appears you’re saying this with a straight face.

      3. johnwoodson says:

        Yes, exactly. Do you really believe Pittsburgh would leave the whole right side of the field open? Too obvious for words, wake up!

      4. JustAGuy says:

        Dude! What does Pittsburg get in return for throwing the game?

        Seriously, do you ACTUALLY think Pittsburg threw that game?

    2. johnwoodson says:

      Let me dumb it down for everyone who doesn”t understand game rigging. That final play was called the Runway. The quarterback points to one player on each team to execute the play. The defense clears out one side of the field, then the pass is completed and the receiver runs down the Runway. And yes, both sides are in on it.

      1. Robin Bennington says:

        We are praying for you honey…So sorry your team lost. Maybe you should try God’s Team… It is more fun. Win or loose, you can still be happy and you don’t have to make up lies to feel better… .

  15. Ken H. says:

    OK, let’s set something straight….The media is making Tebow top news. The Steelers came to an 8-8 teams for a playoff game, with banged-up players, and we also lost 3 in the game due to injury. Denver got some decent home-cooked calls and no-calls in their favor. No worries, Denver will get trounced by New England!

    1. JustAGuy says:

      “No worries, Denver will get trounced by New England!” – Ken H.

      You give hope to the Tebow haters! ;-)

  16. JustAGuy says:

    Right when the Tebow haters thought they were going to have an opportunity to gloat……

  17. The Willie Lawson Show says:

    Tebow has said himself that he does not think God is concerned with the outcome of a football game. However, God is concerned with those that choose to praise him in spirit and in truth. God also rewards those that prepare themselves and in this game it seems that Denver and Mr. Tebow were very prepared.

    I don’t know the outcome of next week’s game again the Patriots but I do know that Mr. Tebow has done well this year and I will continue to pray for him and his family whether he ever plays another football game for Denver or anyone else.

  18. Gordon says:

    Indeed Tebow’s displays of thankfulnesss & faith towards God have been going on for years in all sports & even in the entertainment industry for those bold enough to stand up. Tebow would not be criticized if he were expressing faith in a different religion – other than Christianity.

    And…. the media would not be criticizing his show of faith so negatively if he were not white

  19. Blessed Jesus says:

    Tim defeats Goliath.(Ben)

  20. still waiting says:

    The saying he who kneels before God can stand before men….is very fitting to Tim Tebow, a slave of the LORD!!!!!!!!!! God Bless you Tim and I pray that God will continue to show Himself through your actions and turn all the hecklers in to believers..GOD WANTS NOT ONE LEFT BEHIND!!!! but they are free to choose their own fate……..

  21. John Elway says:

    So when the Patriots hand it to the Broncos next week, where will god be then?? Denver might as well have played the Indianapolis Colts with Kerry Collins. Get over it, Tebow will dissapear next year. Believe that!!

    1. klg1956 says:

      I’m glad George Washington didn’t have your outlook (he said a prayer and then got the job done) because if he did, we would not be America today!

  22. Eric B says:

    People keep making the point that other players make signs to God and take a knee but they don’t get as much flak as Tebow. That’s because Tebow dared to take a definitifve stand against what the unbelieving world holds most sacred………abortion. And for that, he’ll never hear the end of it. And he doesn’t care one bit. LOL. I love him. Keep up the good work Tim. Don’t compromise. Remember what Jesus said. “If the world hates you, know that it hated me first.” The world is going to hate you for Jesus’ sake because the world serves satan and misery loves company. “Rejoice and be exeedingly glad, for great is your reward in heaven”. God bless you brother.

  23. Kevin Mee says:

    The officiating crew should be fired. They either missed or looked the other way. Reffing 101 says to make sure it’s a forward pass before blowing the whistle and when you aren’t sure, let the play run out.

    Between holding non-calls, multiple facemask non-calls and other non-calls, there should be an investigation into the ref’s personal thoughts on Tebow.

    I record the games and start them about an hour in so we can skip past the commercials. You can see it all if you rewind. Too many non-calls in front of the blind zebras.
    This has been going on all year since he started.

    Kevin Mee

  24. smellboss says:

    I didn’t see the imbeciles ridiculing Tebow’s faith, but couldn’t they muster some derision for the quarterback of the other team/ You know, the guy who has a history of sexual assault. Keeping it REAL dumb.

  25. lgccac says:

    The so-called football experts of the CBS crew were mocking God when they were making fun of Tebow praying.

  26. David says:

    More power to Tim Tebow and the Broncos. I hope they keep the magic alive. That being said I think the NFL is getting STUPID with their rules. “This is the first non-sudden death overtime” unless its a touchdown. WHY? Too many rules, too much babying. Let them play.

  27. klg1956 says:

    When I heard the overtime coin toss instructions, I turned to my husband and said, “My God, the government is involved with those regulations…….they were too long and it they didn’t make any sense…..but the “Americans” survived in spite of the “regulations.” God is great, God is good, let us thank him for our food, Amen!

  28. tgc says:

    Lets face it, Denver is a better team than they get credit for…and Pittsburgh is not nearly as good as the “experts” say. Had the refs not blown yet another call in the Steelers favor (that seems to happen a lot) they would have lost by at least 2 TDs. That was a lateral that was fumbled and recovered by Denver inside the Steelers 20…but of course the refs covered for the Steelers….yet again.

  29. jon barry says:

    Seems to me that the game should of been over in the third quarter. That was one of the worse officiated moments in NFL history. The refs calling the backward pass as incomplete was ridiculous. The broncos would have recovered the fumble, heading for a touchdown. Game over. In stead, Pittsburgh keeps the ball and takes it down the field for their own touchdown. The NFL was saved by Tebow last night. That was two horrible ref calls in two games this weekend. The Detroit call may have cost them the game, and this one last night almost cost Denver. Get it together refs. How can that not be reviewable. The whole point of instant replay is to correct obvious mistakes on the field. Geez!

  30. Irene says:

    Look up CBS sports writer Gregg Doyle. If you want to put CBS out of business, start with this.
    1. Never turn them on again. (See “Paul” above)
    2. Tell 10 of your friends who would agree and ask them to block CBS on their cable and pass it on.
    3. Twitter, Tweet and put it on Facebook
    4. One last thing. Tim Tebow knows he will be hated for his belief, but he’s up to the task. Feel sorry for Doyle, the CBS talking heads and CBS…not Tebow.
    PS Remember…none of them showed the national anthem.

  31. Jason Shoemaker says:

    Tebow is not perfect and he is not our Messiah. He is, however, at the moment, a public example of one who is faithfully serving his Messiah, Jesus Christ. He is in a position of high visibility and pressure. The media loves to see people of faith crushed or repudiated. Tebow will win and Tebow will lose. My prayer is that when defeat comes, Tebow will still provide that shining example. His head seems to be on straight and it is my prayer that he never loses sight of the One who has blessed him with the athletic ability to be an NFL quarterback.

    Losing is a part of life. So, those of you who desire to gnash on Tebow with your teeth for merely being an open Christian, you will be able to relish his defeat. Highly unlikely he will have a loss free career from this point forward.

    Remember though, our faith in Christ does not promise us a life of victories, but we do have the promise of God that all things work together for good for those who love Him and are living their lives to glorify Him.

    My prayer for you who hate Tebow for his faith is that God would ultimately use him as the vessel to bring you to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Romans 10:13. May your hearts be open to the free gift of God.

  32. Dave Templeton says:

    I think it is time for Tebow to give a big “one finger salute” to Maher, The Five, and all the mocking distracters who love making fun of the only person in professional sports with moral values. You don’t deserve an interview with Tebow you deserve to be called out and put in your place!

    1. MikeyVA says:

      That would be what Maher would like.

      1- It would show that Tebow was a vlie and crude as Maher
      2-It would give Maher the attention he wants.

      You want to hurt Maher. cancel your HBO. HIs god is money and his savior is attention.

  33. JohnB says:

    I will forgive the CBS crew because my faith
    tells me too.
    But I still think you guys are jerks!

  34. freddy says:

    why am i not surprised that football fans are also fans of this kind of showboating? when they’re not cheering the army, they’re praising god. despicable, but entirely predictable.

    Matthew 6:5-8: “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners AND IN FOOTBALL STADIUMS to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.

    1. MikeyVA says:

      Well then you shouldn’t pray say in church or at funerals or at memorial services since people are around to see you. You should NEVER proclaim your love of God or priase HIm in public.

      Go hide in your closet since you are so ashamed to be seen praying.

    2. Jason says:

      I am betting Tebow has plenty of those private prayer times. They are precisely what strengthen him to live out his faith openly before all men.

    3. Frank Pattison says:

      The verse is meant to say don’t pray to impress others. Pray from your heart and justly. It does not mean don’t do it in public. It means to do it because you truly believe. That is what pleases God. He averaged 31.6 yards a completion and passed for 316 yards. I think it is great that John 3:16 will be looked at a great deal of time. I find it disheartening that none of the media outlets are willing to make the reference to John 3:16. It is the number one message of the Christian Church and the only thing you have to believe to go to heaven!

  35. Gordo says:

    CBS also brought us a beer commercial instead of the National Anthem to begin their broadcast

  36. MikeyVA says:

    I live near DC and hate the “Redskins.” I think Tebow is a great young man and I wish him well.
    It will be a hard game next week and I will be watching to see if he and his team can keep the momentum.

    The left just hates anyone who doesn’t subscribe tot their amoral, situational ethics philosophy. We shouldn’t be surprised that they act this way.

    You want your daughter to date Tebow or Maher?

  37. Lars Svensen says:

    Tough Tim Tebow & bodacious Broncos smack down Rapelisberger. Liberals loud & lachrymose in lament. Munch on that, Maher. Go, Broncs!

  38. Paul says:

    I was personally disgusted watching CBS correspondents mock Tebow’s faith. If Tebow was a devout Muslim, they would never do what they did Sunday evening…never!

    I will never watch another CBS broadcast as long as I live.

  39. MILT Worrell says:


    Between the strong believers comments and the mockers there are those who are wondering if maybe this whole faith thing is worth examining. Go ahead test it, examine it. Ask God to show you. I guarintee you won’t be sorry . Yes it is true!! John 3:16

    1. Natalie Worell says:

      You couldn’t have said it more elegantly. God shows Himself in so many ways & last night was just another example of how POWERFUL God truly is. I encourage everyone to read John 3:16. If you were to die today, where would you go? Think about it; it’s not a joke.
      Be Blessed & Love

      1. Natalie Worell says:

        Wow! Okay, no coffe = lack of recognizing typos. I meant to say ,”You couldn’t have said it more eloquently.”

        Have a great day, All!

        Peace & Love

  40. ricardo maxwell says:

    I like the comments that blast the anti-christian, anti-jewish godless (or muslim) haters in the White House, government, and the media today. Even the sports media is full of these leftists. It’s no wonder because the leftist teachers in public schools have been brainwashing children at an ever increasing rate. They now sing hymns to Obama and global warming in the classroom but the pledge of Allegiance under God is banned. Thank to Tim and the Broncos that are proving that faith and belief in your self and your fellow man can accomplish “miracles”. It is not God that does this but man with God’s help.

  41. ricardo maxwell says:

    Fox had held back Tebow from scrambling and running in the last few games. Probably to avoid injury in order to be in the playoffs. anyway, it proved to be a smart move as Tebow was once again left to play his own game. And the officiating was pure garbage. If one didn’t know better, one might assume that the officials were biased against Tebow and the Broncos and favored the Steelers. A behind the line of scrimmage pass and fumble nullified, a n obvious face mask call ignored, several holding calls missed,etc….? Pittsburgh got exactly what they deserved.

  42. Wes says:

    All this I did for you and still you don’t believe ; yards 3:16

  43. JOEY BLUEYES says:


  44. Archy Cary says:

    Elway didn’t “jump for joy in his suite.” He was on the sidelines. CBS misses again.

  45. jstain says:

    “… football is the concern.”

    Right, wow you hit it right on the head. We should all be cowering in our houses waiting for the end… /sarcasm

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