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03-01-2005, 11:18 PM
Here is a tip to the youngsters. If you want to BS someone...stick to BS'ing your buddies. Don't try it with multi-million dollar corporations who probably know more about you than you think as you are being recruited for possible work.


On a day when Bucs cornerback Dwight Smith helped us to craft Rule No. 1 of free agency (i.e., don't get arrested on weapons charges within 24 hours of the opening bell), we've heard about an interesting interview that occurred at the Scouting Combine.

Asked why he had decided to come out of school a year early, a player who won't be named told a team we won't disclose that he gave up his remaining eligibility because needed to earn money so that he could support his family.

All together now: Ahhhhhhh.

In response, one of the team employees asked, "So why did you spend $80,000 of your $100,000 line of credit on a brand new Hummer?"


Here's the lesson, kids. Don't try to bullsh-t guys who have waded through far more of it than you could ever throw. They've heard it all before, they've seen it all before, and though it might come as a shock you're really not smarter than any of them. http://profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

Youngstown Colt
03-01-2005, 11:22 PM
ouch, this dudes face had to be red

03-01-2005, 11:25 PM
Everyone knows that a brand new hummer is an economical and practical vehicle for a family. How else is he going to bring all his family & friends to get Bling Bling after he gets paid if he doesn't have a Hummer? :confused:

03-02-2005, 10:50 AM
for all we know, his family could live in the mountains of Tibet.

03-02-2005, 02:04 PM
I wonder what the monthly cost of gas for having a hummer in Tibet could be. Just wondering out of curiousity, since it would probably be incredibly expensive. Probably use half a tank just to find the gas station in the first place.