This dude has got to be thinking he's died and gone to heaven, what with today's UFM/TG ordeal.
Bosa got out of all those practices and is still getting paid the same. Damn
Probably the other way around
Pretty sure it was happening before that.
If that is the case, then there's lots of students, male and female, that could be getting suspended. Athlete or otherwise. College.
Why not both?
The No Coast never gets any love
Gonna be tuneup
We don't have preseason games
You doing it wrong
With all the storms brewing, you might be missing out on some great surfing.
Read it four times. I get it. Love it.
Give 'em both b'ball schollies. Already.
Outstanding video here...
You've been studying Buck68 posts.
Yes. You haven't done this? It's how he got to Aaron Hernandez, It's exactly why Bosa is holding out - watching film backwards.
UFM = Charles Manson
Thats just beautiful. I bet Urban likes the Beatles, too.
Wait. So, do I... there's a pattern forming.
FP, one DV on the whole thread and you got it. I'll say this, he/she is certainly thorough and persistent.
Nice read. I had to do it three parts to finish, but, a damn nice read.
I'm little surprised this was in Montreal and not somehow built around a FluffHead show.
Above the line, then...
I'm pretty sure they should avoid the line, too, pops
If this doesn't get ya pumped up, I don't think anything else will
So, not a chef. But, it's cool that your friend is.
Where did you not go to culinary school?
The legitimate one's actually must disclose what these earning rates are, what the %'s are, ect. It's right in their info, websites and presentation material. If company's aren't doing this - beware.
There are a bunch of scammers out there. There are those with a crappy product with the main intent of recruiting only. These basically are pyramid schemes operating under the guise of an MLM. These have a short life span and generally don't make it. There are a whole bunch of household name companies that are completely viable and legal, worldwide. These have allowed many people to have a "business within a business" and do quite well for themselves, or not if they didn't put in the effort or just weren't good at it. And, not just the people at the "top of the pyramid".
Years ago I hated these things. Mainly cuz I didn't understand them and fell into drawing a certain conclusion. I'm not going to get into it here too much, but, I fell into having a direct exposure to one - from the "inside" fairly early on in their life. I was shocked to discover they had this model. Instead of quitting my "very fun gig" with them, I researched it and educated myself. I also watched as they grew as a company. I saw how intent they were on doing things legally and on the up and up. I got to know the founders of the company, as well as many of their distributors. I was invited to attend their rah rah meetings and trainings, even though I wasn't actively involved - I couldn't be even if I wanted to as an "employee/master of providing a fun experience". In my over three years of having "a lot of fun" I saw and witnessed a bunch of people become quite successful, to varying degrees. Everyone one them worked hard at it. I came to appreciate it for what it is, just another way to bring a product/service to market and to allow those that do to get rewarded for it. I saw people fail miserably, I saw brand new people to the business succeed. I also saw people that broke the rules and do things wrong get penalized and/or booted out.
To make a blanket statement that all of these are scams is borderline ridiculous. In my experience, those with this opinion either had a direct involvement or knew someone close to them that did, spent some money and then either didn't put in the effort or just couldn't be successful at it (for whatever reason), while maybe hoping it was a get rich quick deal, and then felt like they got scammed. And, then there are those that really did get scammed. :-)
Founded by two doctors of dermatology and both clinical professors at Stanford. Started out selling their products at department stores, then moved to an MLM model. Impressive executive team. Sounds like a big scam to me.