I have a ton of Yugioh cards. Probably upwards to 1000 and most are close to mint or mint. I got a good 950 of them from a kid at a yard sale selling them all for $30. I can only assume I'll make a ton more than that.
I can see him staying with the Knicks. I think it's a smart move and he's become relevant again because of it. As far as being a Knick for the rest of his career? I'm not sure. It's likely though, he likes New York.
I agree. Tebow's name is always in the sports news and he's established a lot of permanent fans. I'd hold on to them, you could make it big if Tebow makes a comeback. I think he's too popular right now.
HA it's funny that my methods have caused such a stir. Sure, it seems a little obsessive but I actually only do it for organizational reasons. The big safe that I have has two shelves and the smaller safe that I have happens to fit on the bottom shelf perfectly. I don't know, it just looks more...
I actually watched this and I usually don't watch golf often. It was a good, competitive game. Scott, Woods and Woodland played exceptional. I feel bad for Chappell though, he just fell apart in the end.
Allen Iverson was a legend but now after a few money problems and dumb comments like the one you mentioned has tarnished his reputation. I think some athletes more than others need to take interview lessons and learn how to speak. Anyone who has would know not to say something like that. All...
Oh boy. Things are getting more and more unfavorable for him. This is a bad move for him and says a lot about how desperate he's gotten. I just hope he straightens out and gives into the consequences of his actions.
Seeing Montoya in Indy car is a wise move. It wouldn't be hard for him to find a sponsor either. I think his driving style will eventually clean up, but then again some drivers just have a signature personality.
Wow he must be making some serious money to make this move. It makes sense and is pretty wise. Going to be interesting how this works out for him. I bet he's going to be getting a lot more press than what he usually does.
You're right but at the same time he's his own man. Jerry Remy Sr is too old and has done too much to be stressed with the media as well as his son. It's sad that the media never gives up the chance to drag them through the dirt whenever possible.