I will reserve judgment until I see how Belichick orchestrated this in order to gain an advantage in the next Patriots game.
My girlfriend used to give me a hard time about writing checks at the grocery store. You don’t know her. She goes to another school.
Can I take this opportunity to brag about the commenters here? They rock. They’re one of the main reasons I frequent this site so much. I’ll even read boring posts or posts about soccer (yuck) just to get to the comments.
I can’t wait for someone to get disqualified for using a cardboard mat that’s too thick.
I take solace in the fact that Darren Rovell is working hard to figure out what type of car Boeheim was driving.
Mark Wahlberg and I have one thing in common... we both wish he would have been on that plane on 9/11.
I hate when my parent does a racism and I have to once again blame the news.
It’s not a joke. That video is actually of me at a fancy McDonald’s staffed solely by soccer players.
Let’s all take turns coming up with the craziest thing that could follow this news. The Pats cut Brady and sign Kaep? Tim Tebow gets a contract offer with an NFL team? Kaep breaks the NDA and gives up his settlement money just so he can air the league’s dirty laundry?
That’s me when I walk into my local McDonald’s and greet the members of the morning crew. They have my tray ready and I pay the $16.48 in exact change.
Gah, I hate when that happens. I can’t tell you how many advertising deals I’ve had to cancel because of less-than-flattering news coverage of my asset management.
...which generates billions of dollars. Aren’t we in a capitalist economy that rewards people like that?
But they got good at sports so they wouldn’t have to work your lame job for less money. Their market value (yay capitalism) is higher than what they’re getting offered/paid. And the owners (who work less than the players!) are the ones getting paid considerably more for someone else’s work.
If there’s any organization that can find a way to retroactively eliminate happy memories, I think it’s the NCAA.
We had a kid on my son’s basketball team that did that. If he touched the ball, it was a turnover. We lost every single game. His dad had to be restrained from the ref (by me) at one point because he was trying to fight him over a lack of foul calling. My son was 10 at the time. I guess what I’m trying to say is that…
Somewhere there’s a guy named John Ringo who’s kicking himself for becoming a writer instead of pairing up with Paul George as an unstoppable dad pun duo in basketball.
As is usually my advice (except on this website), don’t bother reading the replies. There’s an astoundingly high usage of the words “greedy” and “selfish” regarding the players involved. Weird how those words are rarely used about the owners.
Engaging in the argument legitimizes it. And engaging in this way makes the opposition’s point for them. It’s just like when I tell my wife that size doesn’t matter and then I claim to be a “grow-er, not a show-er.”