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Can somebody forward this article to him/his agent: https://www.investopedia.com/financial-edge/0312/why-athletes-go-broke.aspx      

I haven’t worn a necklace since 1988.  SAR I

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8 hours ago, Matt39 said:

Gotta say the initial returns from this draft class are awfully Maccagnany

He has actually just now confirmed Maccagnan level IQ, maybe not that low but in the ballpark.

He was Douglas's pick.  Maybe the Maccagnan stench takes at least 5 more years until 100% of it has finally left the building?

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26 minutes ago, New York Mick said:

And people still think spreading out wealth is going to fix the poverty issue lol

Anyway, I’m guessing he doesn’t have kids or a family.

Are you speaking of reparations or trickle down economics?

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7 hours ago, choon328 said:

The dude just got an $11 million signing bonus.  He's guaranteed to get another $7.5 million over the next 4 years.  I think he'll be ok.

Point taken. No need for further discussion. 

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16 hours ago, The Crusher said:

I would need to see exactly what buffets that ticket gets you access to before I judge. 

That thing is UGLY and ridiculously huge. I bet it comes with a free double whopper.  But to spend 400k on it makes one wonder how stable he is. Hopefully his mother spanks his azz and makes him send it back.  I can see him spending 400k on Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket. But on that atrocity. Oh man. 

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17 hours ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

I'd like to hear what the road is like from "guido" to regular civilian.  What motivated you to retire and how did you go about it.

Nothing unusual. Got my first serious job in the city, started spending more time with people older and wiser than me.

Took me a while to shake off the hair gel habit though. 

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17 hours ago, jetstream23 said:

Correct, at least in relation to the intended purpose of such a purpose.  And certainly not when you stamp the chain with something like "Big Ticket," but my point was a simple one.  Let's not criticize him for buying something like that when an automobile or many other things would depreciate pretty damn quickly.  I had a friend who sold a small business in 2016, he used about 10% of the proceeds on a weekend long party in Las Vegas for 100 of his friends and family, all expenses paid.  It was his money so to each his own, but I'd call that more frivolous than what Mekhi did.

Jewelry probably depreciates more than cars when you leave the store.  % of value retained if you trade in a Lambo the day after you bought it is probably higher than a piece of jewelry, which probably gets you scrap value.

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7 hours ago, DirtyJersey said:

Jewelry probably depreciates more than cars when you leave the store.  % of value retained if you trade in a Lambo the day after you bought it is probably higher than a piece of jewelry, which probably gets you scrap value.

You might be surprised.  The economy went through a period years ago where copper prices were escalating so high that thieves were stealing piping from inside walls and other places.

I can't tell you the direction of spot gold prices in the coming days, but I can almost guarantee that a non-collectible automobile will lose value the second it drives off the lot.

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On 9/1/2020 at 6:37 PM, jetstream23 said:

You might be surprised.  The economy went through a period years ago where copper prices were escalating so high that thieves were stealing piping from inside walls and other places.

I can't tell you the direction of spot gold prices in the coming days, but I can almost guarantee that a non-collectible automobile will lose value the second it drives off the lot.

I wouldnt be surprised.  Cars drop like 30%, that is why they sell gap insurance.  Jewelry probably drops 50% or more, depending on how big a fool the purchaser is.

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