how does players getting actual money change the game you watch on saturdays. idgi.
This argument doesn't hold water. Why pay any employee then if their business is the one with value?
I am all for students banding together to bargain a fairer deal/more medical protection, but I don't recall using the word "unionization" in today's post. Also, I don't think "nonstop" means what you think it means.
I still don't understand what would change about the sport if somebody like Braxton Miller made a paltry sum (in high-level athletics) like $150,000 a year. Other than, you know, a young adult getting the market value for his services.
I didn't say other people were claiming change wasn't coming. It was more to the point "you best get aboard this train."
Off-season, bud. Considering this is THE pertinent debate this summer that could shape the future of the sport... it's going to get covered from both sides. (See Michael Bennett's anti-unionization thoughts I plugged a week ago or so.)
I don't sermonize on the issue anymore, but whatever. This stuff will be posted because it's news, and news is sparse in this time of year.
The book this season is based on was published in 2000.
The lifelong fan part was just sarcasm.
And yes, as a Marionaire, I will always have a soft spot for skanky, mentally-unstable women. So yeah, long live Miley Cyrus.
The gf and some of her friends went to the concert last night and they all acted as if they had seen Moses part the Red Sea.
And so begins Tyrion's and Cersei's descent into madness.
RIP King Joffrey. You were a TV villain for the ages (as evidenced by everyone, myself included, cheering on the poisoning death of a tween.)
... that's the joke, m8.
Looks like he's deleted them.
Must've deleted them. Wonder if it's a new policy? If I were a coach I wouldn't want practiced plays on Instagram.