Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by robertweathers, Jul 24, 2019.
What. An. Idiot.
I bet 95% of the people in that room won't acknowledge his existence in 20 years when hes broke living in a van down by the river.
That's the big problem with a lot of these guys. They surround themselves with users and hanger-ons. Leaches who find their way into the inner circle and somehow get access to the money.
sure.....whatever works for you.....but to say 'never lease' is ridiculous.......some people don't want to spend have of their lives driving a piece of sh1t
See this is why I don't buy the "he grew up poor, he doesn't know how to handle money" excuse. You don't need your CFA to know that the above behavior is not exactly fiscally sound.
Leaches come in many forms
A friend is a big time money manager whose niche is MLB mega stars (9 figure contract players)
Asked him once why he can’t get a foothold in the NFL player pool and his answer was surprising. The big time NFL agents have so much control over their financially undereducated clients and the agents goal is to always steer clients’ business to money managers that the agent has relationships with and influence over....relationships that often include referral fees ..... aka.....kickbacks.
Plus the fact that NFL players show less control in their spending habits because of their alpha mindset....to constantly demonstrate who the big dog is.
My money manager friend has guys with $100+ million MLB contracts on monthly budgets while the $60 million NFL knuckle heads are in S Beach driving their customized Roll Royce’s up and down Ocean Blvd making it rain Baller style.
probably because that's what parents are supposed to teach
Can’t blame him, though. He didn’t have anyone who could give him good financial advice growing up. Nobody to show him that maybe springing for that many first class tickets, hotel rooms, alcohol and food required, strippers, and a ****ing camel was just a tad bit ill-advised financially.
At least he showed some restraint, the camel was only rented.
Parents are supposed to do a lot of things that they don’t end up doing. Especially in the hood and the trailer park where the kids are just more money on the government check. It couldn’t hurt to introduce finance classes at an early age to kids. There’s literally zero downside to it. And you can still teach them other useless **** that there’s a massive chance they won’t need to know (such as the mitochondria being the powerhouse of the cell).
I've been there.
I picked eggs in Hollis. Lived in Hudson and Salem.
Most don't and can't
Yea if you've been to Kingston you are in n out in a minute.
Be fair. I bet your parents didn't tell you not to rent a camel for your birthday either
Like half the town's in NE.
Dunstable MA had a store and post office.
Next thing you know, they’ll be getting a telegraph and maybe the railroad will come through.
Derrick Thomas family had to sell his clothes and shoes to pay off his estate.
The 1 police officer was busy trying catch people driving 31 in a 30 zone.
The Deadwood of NH
We have a state park and back in the late 80s a hispanic boy drowned. Horrible.
When asked on the evening news out of WMUR in Manchester about the child's identity, our police chief says, "We know he ain't from here because he spoke Spanish.".
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