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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    I am a renowned baritone with a rich metallic colored voice resonating from my barrel chest.
  • Where do you live?
    Citizen of the world, performing in major metropolitan locations worldwide lately in Europe
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Opera, women, Jets, Scotch
  • What do you do for a living?
    Opera Vocalist (Baritone)

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Monday Night Miricle
  • Do you have season tickets?
    I am brought to any game I want to attend typically I am in a booth
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    1999 Vinny tears ACL, that should have been our year
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    any of them (preferably a blonde)
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    missed it just barely
  1. Kerley taking out the competition so he knows where he stands with Bowles
  2. Can anyone tell whether that was their second string?
  3. Has anyone chastised fans for being critical of preseason play yet or are we sufficiently demoralized that those people aren't even vocal?
  4. Could anyone have written a script of Jets underperforming in all aspects of the game so quickly?
  5. Don't want to read too much into preseason but early returns are not promising on seemingly basic things.
  6. Quinn has that defense looking decent compared to last year
  7. Rex Ryan coaching offense! That's how you know its fictional.
  8. Man and his needle On the bathroom floor That's one swell head For such small balls
  9. GTFO unless you employ a Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test!
  10. Mauldin was generous in praising those along the way who helped him. But I don't see that being in tension with the thought that will power to overcome adversity played a crucial role. If you want to be very literal in your construction of Mauldin's narrative then sure it is predicated on assistance and care from extra-familial sources. But if you look to the substance of his narrative it is about a kid who is deprived of the structure and support that most people are privileged to have growing up, and despite that from a young age he did whatever he could to survive, going door to door for jobs, not looking for handouts, and ultimately holding himself personally accountable for his future. I'm glad that he is giving back to society by doing charitable work related to orphans and kids in group homes, but equally important is what he symbolizes as a resilient figure who came from nothing and through hard work came to a position of financial security and relative acclaim within a competitive profession.
  11. I want all Jets draft picks to succeed, but I can't recall a Jet in recent history who I was rooting for on a personal level more than Mauldin. His description of how personal responsibility and resolve to overcome astronomical odds through sheer will power played a role in his life is exceptional to hear. I think many draftniks really take pleasure in the human interest side of these matters, because at the end of the day you aren't just drafting a 40 yard dash time, you are recruiting a kid who will mature within the organization and ideally become a top player at his position and leader of the team. Lets go Mauldin!
  12. The fact that Patriots fans like yourself have to become conversant in obscure NFL Rules is quite telling don't you think? Its sort of analogous to how the population most knowledgable in legal subjects, after lawyers, is inmates.
  13. Well I met my weekly quota in terms of engaging in petty bickering, so just imagine I make persuasive retorts to whatever insults you toss my way and keep the ball rolling for me okay champ?
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