Discussion in 'The Dirty Dozen' started by DirtycashDylan, Oct 24, 2012.
I can't wait to test out cheesiest PB in history against Bama!
I'm sure. As a Tennessee fan, I'm sure you remember what it was like to be relevant in college football...
Qwon, Just took off the gloves...
We'll see if my Irish can put a Sooner fan in his place this weekend.
Sorry, we're not another retard B1G 10 team. We know how to play offense.
Sorry, we're not another retard Big XII team. We know how to play defense.
OU has the best defense in the Big 12. Get ready for the overrated chants.
Having the best defense in the Big X is like winning the special olympics. Good job!
Lol, myself and the entire Notre Dame football team have lost sleep over the eminent "overrated chants" coming our way. We'll just have to find a way to overcome the adversity...
LOL, but at least we win the special olympics... At least we're not Texas.
Definitely a lot of historical significance in this game. But in the end, I don't think yall have enough black players.
Steamer43 cited this as a major weakness as well. Perhaps you two are onto something here.
I'm talking about football...Steamer is just fighting for black rights...
This will be interesting. This game will honestly tell me how good Kansas State really is.
Heh, if you say so.
Penn at Penn State The new Penn State athletic director, wanted to move past the Sandusky era, and they invited Ivy League nobodies - in state Penn Quakers. It appeared that Penn was just going to get paid a lot of money for playing the Penn State Nittany Lions, and take their beat down; but the Quakers went off in the second quarter, down a touchdown, they scored 21 straight. The Quakers were leading 21-10 at the half. The third quarter was some punts and a field goal exchanged from each team to take the score to 24-13. In the fourth quarter, Penn controlled the clock for most of the quarter and played very conservatively. The Nittany Lions were able to score a late touchdown and convert the 2 point conversion, but that was too little, too late. The Quakers get the upset and stay in the northeast for next weeks' game against Syracuse.
Don't you work at Jones?
After my son was born,
My wife and I decided we wanted to live in Tennessee. I moved to Alabama and worked at Jones' for over a year. I was doing well (except my secretary was a pain like you've never known...except maybe JQwon's butt herpes); so I just got moved in and will be using my securities license here to sell. I can sell anything but commodities which should help.
I didn't say it, but I resigned. I gave EJ enough heads up to replace me, so it went professionally and smoothly.
Nice, I've heard from a lot of people that being an independent broker is rough these days.
Yeah it is. Edward Jones is way different than any one else...the closest is probably Charles Schwab.
Jones has a massive headquarters in St. Louis, as well as Tempe, AZ. They flew me out there about 4 different times for training which they excel at. The problem is making it and building your book. Once your book is built, it's ridiculous how much money you make with so little effort.
The regional leader started when he was 22 - 18 years later, he is 40 years old and makes over a million dollars a year. He works hard, but is one of the nicest people I know, and spends tons of time with his kids. Plus Jones rewards those that are profitable with trips.
His children are all ready on their second passport.
"I'm into murders and executions mostly"
"Do you like it"
"That depends, why?"
"Well, most guys I know who are in Mergers and Acquisitions really don't like it."
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