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On October 3rd he asked me what day it was.
I see Andre Rison is joining the mSu staff. Good for us. We played his Flint NW team last year. Rison wouldn't exchange film before the game and shot his mouth off in the Flint papers about how our team was "just in (our) way". . NW had a WR who was committed to Western along with a bunch of dudes who were way bigger and stronger than us.
We kicked their ass and completely shut down their future Bronco (my son was safety). As the click ticked down, Rison was screaming at his kids to hit our QB on every play, even if he didn't have the ball. There was almost a fight amongst coaches during the hand shakes.
He compiled an impressive 2-16 record over 2 years as head coach.
Not sticking up for him at all but it's almost impossible to win at any of the inner Flint schools unless you have Ingram or Rawls type players
Wow, what a douchebag. He was on an ESPN 30/30 last night, about how athletes blow all of their money.
MSU promotes a 2-16 record to the staff.
I have that show on DVR. Is it worth watching?
Not to bad, if you like hearing millionaires talk about how hard it was not to buy other people stuff. I enjoyed the outsiders comments about the wacky spending habits and gifting that took place. There was a pretty good segment on making it rain.
These stories are not interesting to me at all. If it was guys getting sucked into Ponzi schemes and losing everything or financial advisors stealing their money that would be interesting. Hearing about rich people blowing their money on stupid stuff doesn't trigger any emotion in me. It's the equivalent of a middle-class person filing bankruptcy because they leased 2 BMW X5's and bought a few 80" LED TVs on credit cards and then ran out of money trying to fly their family to Santa Barbara for Christmas.
Yeah it wasn't interesting, more shake your head type stuff. The divorce payouts were a little eye opening.
Every time I see stuff like this or stories about athletes like Dillon Baxter (all the talent in the world, no work ethic) it makes me sick. I'm never going to have as much money as some of these athletes have blown, and yet I'm going to have more than a perfectly comfortable life because I'm not a dumbass.
One of my pet peeves is when people have everything handed to them on a silver platter (athletic talent, good looks, family money, etc.) and they manage to squander it all. When you start on third base, there's no excuse for not making it home.
Don't get me started on this. While I have never been divorced and I love my wife, here in Cali I am literally screwed if we get divorced. I might end up with 30% IF I have a good lawyer.
This is what pre-nups are for.
well this is a fun discussion
You say that now. Try to get her to sign one. Geezus.
You sound like the guy narrating the piece, I think it was Bob Ley.
Yeah I love my wife, and I am glad we live in Texas in regards to divorce. This isn't an alimony state,
To borrow a sentiment from Tom Arnold
"Roseanne made a lousy wife, but she makes a worse ex-wife"
My wife will have to off me if she wants out.
I just realized I won't be home for the Purdue game this weekend. Don't miss me too much in the game thread.
But who will tell me how bad Denard is?
Not Moon, that's for sure.
If he is bad, I'll make sure to post in the morning when I get home about how bad he is. Game day threads are different though, for some reason I just get really fucking pissed during the game.
Cabrera is going to win the triple crown tonight unless something absolutely crazy happens tonight! Crazy that something that was thought to never be won again is being won by a local star, and personally my favorite athlete.
Yeah, that's always the problem. I've always counseled clients that the #1 angry-wife-response will be "Are you planning on divorcing me at some point? If you love me, you wouldn't ask me to sign that."
To which you should respond: "Unless you're planning on divorcing me at some point, your signature on this piece of paper doesn't matter. I love you, you love me, and that's what matters."
I deal with a number of very high-income earners, so I also tell them that this should be a general litmus test for gold-diggers. If she won't sign the pre-nup, she's after your money. She might still be after your money if she does sign the pre-nup, but if she doesn't sign, she's looking to bail ASAP and take you for as much as she can.
Drinking a small glass of vodka, and then I am going to sleep.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
My dad loves it too, occasionally with a lemon slice. Just not my thing at all.
Because you never tarnish a good glass of vodka on the rocks with foul shit like soda, tonic, or soda.
Key words: good (vodka) and glass - preferably crystal, like Waterford.
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