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About BaumerJet

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    Jets enthusiast since '68
  • Birthday 12/11/1961

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  • Location North Plainfield, NJ

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  • Where do you live? North Plainfield, NJ
  • What are your interests? Hobbies? Jets, My Girlfriend Deborah (Sorry GGG & BrenJetsFan)...
  • What do you do for a living? Administrative Assistant (Full Time) - Website Publisher (Part Time)

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory? The Monday Night Miracle in the Meadowlands - I was there!
  • Do you have season tickets? Yes
  • What Jets memory broke your heart? Wayne Chrebet's final days - I felt so sorry for someone who loved the game only to have it taken away by concussions.
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew? Alyssa
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III? Yes & I saw it on our new Color TV back in 69 when I was 8!

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  1. The Supreme Court is the final judge in all cases involving laws of Congress, and the highest law of all — the Constitution. TheSupreme Court, however, is far from all-powerful. Its power is limited by the other two branches of government. The President nominates justices to the court. The Role of the Supreme Court | Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  2. Not really, any appeal to the US Supreme Court based on Tom Brady's deflategate issue would not be seen. Any appeal would be based on a constitutional issue to the 2nd US Court of Appeal's overturning the lower court's resolve based on the legalization of power as mandated by the current CBA. It is the only thing that Brady & the NFLPA can request an appeal. All cases submitted to the US supreme Court are based on CONSTITUTIONAL LEGALITIES. That is what it was created for. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  3. Nope - He's potentially boned! Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  4. Not a lawyer, I'm a legal Clerk. However, I do read a lot in the general perspective of the law when it comes to constitutional law is exactly what I posted. The US Supreme Court never allows for stays of exclusion. It only rules and justifications based on constitutional law. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  5. (1) this can not drag out for a decision by the entire US 2nd Court of Appeals and will be resolved by law in August of this year (2016.) (2) Even by the remote chance he seeks a US Supreme Court decision, he would have to still take the suspension because the only issue would be to see if the power of the Commissioner is in any way Unconstitutional, based on the writing of the current CBA. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  6. They will never file with the US Supreme Court. Should the court take this case under review, Brady would still have to take the 4 game suspension. The US Supreme Court could only judge the CONSTITUTIONAL ramifications of the current CBA in reference to the final decision authority given to the commissioner. Not DEFLATEGATE, just the legal aspect of power as indicated in the current CBA. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  7. No, Brady & the NFLPA have until May 23 to file the appeal to the US 2nd Court of Appeal. Even if they get the right for an EN BANC appeal, the judges would meet 4-6 weeks from the creation of an Order for EN BANC with a decision by early August. The latest decision however, can never be thrown out, it can only be repealed based on review. Which makes it even more difficult to even be reviewed to begin with. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  8. Actually he didn't hire Olson, the NFLPA did. You gotta remember that the whole purpose behind this is to overturn the decision which gave total control back to the commissioner as indicated in the new CBA. Besides, this is only a 14 day delay to allow Olson time to file the new motion. This in no way shows a change in decision or weather or not the appeal has been issued for the entire circuit court if appeal. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  9. Wow. The draft party...

    Yes it was, they own the freakin Stadium! Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  10. I agree, but what do you expect from an elite NFL quarterback who can't change his own wet diaper. This has to stop, it was supposed to be an example for everyone who rallied behind him he has to do the right thing as a quarterback he's got to stand up and accept his faults. Only problem is he's got your soul in the background telling him he should never give up and he's always going to be in the right. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  11. We spoke too soon... If at all a month too soon. It appears that Bob Kraft might be in cahoots with the NFLPA for getting this former GW Bush attorney. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  12. Not the only one, what bothers me more than anything else is the fact that you have the media in the Massachusetts area that is basically throwing back again at DEFLATEGATE but not at what the actual ruling entails. They call themselves journalists but they act more like war mongers than anything else. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  13. Actually that's not what the appeal was over. The NFL's appeal was over jurisdiction issues as detailed by the new CBA. What the NFL actually won what's the fact that the commissioner's decision would stand even if he was part of the NFL appeals jury because the new CBA gives him full power on all final decisions, including penalties. Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  14. Wow. The draft party...

    You realize how effed up that really is. They schedule Motocross at the stadium when the Jets Giants organization owns the stadium. Yeah right, the organization really cares about the season ticket holder... Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk
  15. Wow. The draft party...

    That's because this year they're sharing the draft with both Jets and Giants season-ticket holders last year the Giants were in The Limited numbers going into the Timex training facility Sent from my LG-V410 using Tapatalk