First off I would pay off my student loa... oh wait. Lol.
1. Phish tickets to whatever shows I can make it to.
2. House. Nothing crazy over the top, but something you can afford.
3. Ford Explorer. No reason to waste a ton of money on something that is going to depreciate so rapidly in value.
4. Investments putting dollars to work instead of letting them hang out by the pool.
“Megadeth >>> Metallica” - Alum 2019. I couldn’t agree more.
Ford Explorer Land Rover
Might as well go to those shows in style.
On a lease from a dealer connected to the team that you probably won’t pay for anyway. Ensures constant new model years so you don’t look poor.
3. Swap out the Explorer for a 4runner. The latter has much better resale value.
Boom. I have found my financial advisors already.
That's a nice car, but with $22 Million, I'm not concerned about my $50K purchase depreciating.
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Baskin Robbins? Nah, Haskins Dobbins - KannonMic
Just did a quick tax estimate for what $22m would pay in federal/state/local taxes by living in CA.
He would get to keep 48%, before agent fees.
So that $22m is down to about $10m, right from the start.
Everyone should want to be drafted by the Dolphins or Buccaneers based on their income tax rates of 0%.
The down vote is a mighty tool. Use it on idiots, not differing opinions.
Phish is still a thing?
LOL that’s what I was thinking, they have a strange, cult-like, diehard hippy following
Week long fishing trip, all inclusive combination trip to Canada while the wife goes to Europe .
House for son
House for daughter.
A son and daughter and they’re ready to move out? Man, life comes at you fast when you’re Nick Bosa and you have $22m.
1. The house.
2. The everyday vehicle. I have no idea what driving around San Francisco is like, but I’m partial to a double cab.
3. The fun vehicle, most likely German. Fit would be a determining factor.
Seek out competent financial advisor(s)
Yup. Competent and trustable.
Do you want my business card?
Only if we can meet at Morretti’s. I have expensive taste now.
I’d buy Moretti’s. Then close it, and hire the dude as my personal chef.
I’d buy Moretti’s. Then close it, and hire the dude as our personal chef while we travel with Dead & Co/Phish.
We’d need a kickass food truck.
I know just the street to park it
A sausage mcmuffin with egg, some toilet paper and a tank of gas.
Let's splurge and go for the McGriddle
add a couple of spicy sausage breakfast burritos and have the toilet paper ready......
Enjoying daily the 62-39 ttun beatdown.
Provide financial reparations to my parents.
Setup a trust for my daughter's education.
Payoff all the crap I have.
Note: buying a badass classic car would be sandwiched somewhere in there.
After my top three I would amass quite the guitar collection. One of which would be David Gilmour’s red strat going to auction June 20th.
The black strat too probably.
Logged in just to vote for this. Next would be tickets to Gilmour's next, which I doubt will ever happen.
Sadly yep. The fact that he is auctioning off his guitar/instrument collection does not look good for future touring. Wish I could go see the collection at Christie's. I can't even imagine standing in these rooms so close to history.
Saw them 93 @ the orange bowl? Not 100% on the year. I was totally sober.
MICHIGAN STILL SUCKS
Interesting that he's auctioning them all for charity. Good for him.
Fender already has a deal with him, so they'll make him whatever he wants.
The irreplaceable guitars IMO are the Martin acoustic and the 1955 gold top Les Paul.
"We get paid to score touchdowns, not kick field goals"
-- Urban Meyer
A new Hellcat
A Barrett 82A1
this place: https://www.christiesrealestate.com/eng/sales/detail/170-l-78115-1903151...
PG <3 PG
One hell of a commute but I like your style.
Amazing house! I hope the Barrett isn't for the mosquitoes!
I'd rather be an hour early than a minute late.
That's for pew pew time out at the ranch.
That's one way to keep the neighbors and ne'er do wells at a respectable distance.
I test drove the Hell Cat (I had no intention of buying) and good grief it desperately needs wider tires. It could not hook worth a darn even when the tires are warm.
It’s built to go in a straight line
It was in a straight line. 275 stock tires are way to skinny for a 700+ HP car.
Yeah, I don't know, nothing too crazy - beef up the investments, resources towards higher education for the lad, probably a new car.
Maybe spruce up the Premium Lounge...hire up a regular cleaning service there.
I’d buy a new server for the PL and max out the vid count. Part of that arrangement would be to strip away all Mod powers and just make them regular people.
Good lookin' out...I hate being irregular.
(Save your response for Thursday)
Maybe I’d just make GTH the Lord of the PL and allow him to be the only irregular.
House to have parties.
Broke in 10
So Charlie Sheen..... we all know what came next so maybe you might want to rethink the hookers thing. unless you were joking
That's how winners play. We convince the other guy he's making all the right moves.
-Hooking up my friends and family
I season my simple food with hunger
Good thing you're not Targareyan. It would be hooking Up WITH my family.
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3 trips to places I still need to explore, which as of right now would be:
1 - Patagonia/ Antarctica
2 - Norway / Finland
3 - African safari
Plane ticket to Hawaii
"You're the patron saint of the totally effed" - Hot Tub Time Machine
Real Estate. Financial adviser. Buckeye Donuts.
Condom's, an alibi and a fall guy.
The rest I'd waste.....
This made me laugh more than it probably should have
C'mon, man. +++++
I might redo the final episode of GoT and then make it PPV only.
1. Hire the best financial and marketing managers available.
2. Hire the best personal trainer/nutritionists available.
3. Buy a tiger.
That really sounds like Mike Tyson, save for #1.
Fun mental exercise to start the week.
Before I start making purchases, I'd take about 25% of that for a few causes and organizations that I support. Then I'd take about half and find someone I can trust to use that money to make more money so that I never run out. Then with the remaining 25% I would buy a new house with some land, guns, and probably a month long vacation to somewhere warm.
1. A Mesa Boogie triple rectifier and a Mesa 4x12 slant cab
2. I'd go to rogue and buy everything my little heart desired
3. I'd buy a place to put all that rogue shit in. Something nice but not to crazy over the top.
Man, that's too much money to have to really consider what to do with.
Urban Meyer left an incredible legacy. 12/4/18 Ryan Day begins his.
1. I'm buying a comfortable property in San Francisco and a cabin with lots of property in Colorado.
2. I know he, like Joey, will build the ultimate gaming PC. I would also do the same.
3. A 1970's Ford Bronco
"We talkin' about practice?!" -Allen Iverson 2002
I'd give the best poster on 11W a million dollars. And that would be Todd not Boeckmann.
I’d build a new cell block and name it Boeckmann’s Place. It would be fully stocked.
Greta, that brought a frickin' tear to my eye. But why the hate? ;)
Hate? Fully stocked isn’t cheap!
Sheesh. we had to explain it to SouthCarolina yesterday, and now YOU fall for it?
Well, you don’t like ALL the same music that I do, just most of it. So, there’s room phor hate, because I’ll automatically hate iph you don’t like all my music. I should prolly DV you.
I don't know ALL your music. But I'm pretty appreciative of any TALENTED musician with a modicum of literate lyrics.
1-Pay off/fix up/sell my current home and have something nice built out in the country on land.
2-49' Mercury-chop the top, white on whitewalls
3-Las Vegas debauchery for about a month, followed by bumming around England, France, Russia, Ukraine, Thailand, Japan for a couple months.
4-1st edition Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
1. 50% of that is going into a mutual fund, trust fund, or something similar. Let that money work for me to build some generational wealth.
2. 25% is going to charity or to worthy causes
3. Remaining money I’m gonna by myself some things. New equipment for the farm, upgraded shops, a real nice bass boat for me, helping out the parents and siblings, maybe buy a couple more farms.
Stowing away half for my family and future family, going on a trip around Europe to watch various soccer games, and then hiring a personal chef for only the weekdays because you’re not going to stop me from eating wings and drinking beer on game days.
This is definitely where I parked my car.
Set up my elderly parents and make it very easy for them going forward who are in their 90's-
2nd home on a "Warm Beach"
New home here- nothing crazy, but nice.
1 - 10% given out to church and charity
2 - new house. let's be honest, I want a pool, home theater, a maid, and a chef in this budget as well
3 - invest
I'm only "smart" with my money to a certain extent. I'm a huge believer in enjoying life and not hoarding money for a future that's not guaranteed. I don't have a huge desire to retire early, either, so I'm not too worried about that.
I'd find a comfortable place to live, although I'm not sure I'd buy right off the bat. I might rent for a bit first. Then, I'd buy a car. Then, I'd hire a financial advisor and invest for retirement that make that money work for you.
Strength equipment is expensive & guarantees you nothing. A strong will is free & will give you everything you need.
1. Pay estimated taxes.
2. Invest balance in Ohio municipal bonds and tax-deferred instruments.
3. Buy winter house in Scottsdale.
Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.
1) Life Insurance with Long Term Disability Rider
2) Annuities to ensure I don't make dumb decision in my 20s and still have money in my 30s/40s
3) Establish a trust for my family
1) lifetime skyline chili
2) tickets to every home game and tickets to The Game every year.
3) Buy a farm
All that skyline would definitely help you buy the farm.
Just bury me with a 3-way and a couple of Coney dogs!
1. an apartment. I can't imagine what they go for in the Bay Area, but it would be easier to maintain/ cheaper than a house.
2. stocks in a reliable company.
3. A decent car.
A luxury suite at OSU football games for the next 10 years.
Vacation home in the Texas hill country.
Build a wall around Buck-I-Guy's house.
“Being average means you are as close to the bottom as you are to the top.” John Wooden
<inserts Pattaya joke here>
That was truly my first thought to post that, but I settled on the $80K Dodge, the $10K gun, and the $8 million dollar house.
Your idea would happen once you had the Dodge and the house. Bozeman is where Montana State U is. Hell, it's Montana, the rifle would probably help with that too.
Chicks dig guns.
A black 1963 split window Corvette.
A vacation place in the Bahamas
Luxury Box for Ohio State games (I stole this one from a poster above but it was so good that I want it too, dammit).
Fields of Dreams
Second car, first one would be a 1967 Corvette Stingray.
Since the signing should be in San Francisco, I would take those involved and buy a round of drinks at the Top of the Mark.
Next. since most pro athletes are like politicians and think that tipping is a city in China, I would not have to pay for food, lodging, or transportation so I would buy an unassuming Lincoln pick-up truck.
Now that all my earthly needs have been taken care of the next expenditure would be investments.
a hard rock miner from Butte, Montana
Half a pack of cigarettes, a full tank of gas and sunglasses.
Pay off all debt, then buy enough stocks where I can easily live off the dividends alone for the rest of my life. 2nd and 3rd contracts will be where I get my toys. (though the amount of stocks I need to live off the dividends are a lot less than I'm guessing Nick will need)
I just talked to her last week. She was gonna make a pot for me.
1. More reliable vehicles for my wife and me.
2. Beach condo
3. Invest and enjoy the dividends
Pay off what's left of student loans (~80k)
Build a new house (assuming this means I can stay in the same town, if not: pay money to not have to move to SF, then build a house) Nothing crazy, just a really nice place that my kids can grow up and have a space for parents to move in if that's ever necessary.
Maybe a truck for projects (who am I kidding, I would just have other people do that stuff so it would definitely be a gaming set up)
1) I'd use part for down payment of a building in an upcoming metro area, and renovate it to host various events such as trade shows, campaigns, job fairs, art shows. Hopefully make bank.
2) Add to my current portfolio.
3) Payoff car and upgrade to a Tesla model. Payoff the credit card but don't need 22 mil to do it fortunately. Leave mortgage as is.
4) Probably plan a trip to Hawaii or Monaco.
5) Buy tickets to every OSU game and fly up first class to Cbus.
Thank you Urban Meyer and Gene Smith
Land-Grant. Not a beer, the brewery. Save myself the headache of racking up a huge tab.
House on a beach in another country
Chipotle in both said houses that also serves breakfast
I’d bail Rickey Gingivitis out of jail
After settling all debts and taking out taxes.
1) Buying a nice house, 5 bed/4.5 bath variety with a big back yard for the dogs. Definitely upgrading the kitchen, building a work shed, nice garage, solar/backup generators, the works.
2) Buy two or three rental properties, fix them up, rent them out.
3) Take a nice two or three week vacation to Greece, Italy and Spain. Stay in some nice Air B&Bs, but nothing over-the-top.
All told, I would probably budget 2.5-3.5 million for the "first three buys". Anything left I keep in a checking account for the daily life. Give my mom 2 million so she can live comfortably.
The balance is going into index funds.
Hire EA developers to custom make my own NCAA 2019.
1. Nice house on Hoover or Alum (~$1M range)
2. A classic camaro or corvette
3. Beach house somewhere in the Carolinas
The lot will be one million.
Land, house, investment of some sort.
Then whatever car his heart desires.
"Come on, you sons of b!tches! Do you want to live forever?" -- Dan Daly, WWI
1-Fleming 58, 2- best slip in best marina in San Francisco, 3- New Scuba equipment and diving lessons.
a #97 bosa osu jersey.
1. a 1200 square foot townhouse in downtown San Francisco
2. I'm out of money
3. I'm out of money
"porque las estirpes condenadas a cien años de soledad no tenían una segunda oportunidad sobre la tierra."
70 Chevelle SS convertible and season tickets.
Noon games suck
House’s for mom&dad and sisters.
Pay all family debts.
And a Tesla Model S
1. Pay the man his taxes
2. Plane ticket to Vegas
3. All in on red
Liars didn't say condoms
New Day for OSU. Same noon for TTUN.
1000+ acres with a house on it and a mile long range, a couple machine guns and suppressors and an investment banker.
I like this ... put a nice shooting range on the property, get some assault rifles, kill some game