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This. Agents/Managers are pretty essential IMO. They are the buffer that keeps things from getting personal during contract negotiations between the team & athlete. The also should, but rarely do, act as the first line of defense when an athlete ... more »
Sprint Enduro's are a AWESOME race format. If it's run anything like how they do them in Europe, you will love it.
IMO St Louis got screwed when the NFL fucked up and awarded Jacksonville the Jaguars. That was a bad & rare financial fuck up by these billionaires. The "St Louis Stallions" was by far the better expansion proposal. I believe you will eventually ... more »
You're welcome. Im looking pretty smart at the moment, being that over the last 48 hrs both Sheldon Adelson & Goldman Sachs have officially pulled out of any stadium talks in Las Vegas. The Raiders are scrambling to save face in the media. It's pretty ... more »
Man, I havent checked all these threads the OP speaks of but I'll take his word for it... IMO, the TV production value has finally reached a qualified level. Im very happy with it, with exception to the bumbling idiot known as Ralph. But I love the timed ... more »
Goldman Sachs isn't putting up any money. They were hired to broker the transaction. Big difference. Any media that is claiming that Sachs is a actual financier in this deal just goes to show they are speculating. Im not. I got that info from the horse's ... more »
Lot's of inside sources. Some clairvoyance also. Ive been following this stadium shit for years. EVERYTHING has played out exactly how I thought it would. Example? I knew about the Rams relocation to LA about a year before everyone else. Their was a ... more »
Word thru the grapevine is that Spanos was forced to move by his business partners (the other NFL owners). Ive seen private screenshots of text messages from the Chargers old CEO. I can tell you all for 100% certainty that the Spanos family did NOT want ... more »
Which one? They've changed it 3x in less than 24 hours. It's turning into as big a PR blunder as Ive ever seen the NFL do.
Thank you. Watching that makes me regret never racing in Russia when I was younger. I had a chance too. Heck, I might not have ever came back.
Yes. But not before looking up a good rail that I have for my AK. I totally thought that was just your signature and missed it the first go around.
What's worse, is I kept getting messages from the other moderators telling me I had the problem. But yeah, that community of solar people is WAAAY into solar. As for the guy who took a liking to me? Turns out he's not as knowledgable as he thinks he ... more »
Ok. I'll go with the qualified solar tech. Thank you. The installer (a) had his mind made up that it's the batteries before even coming out to check his work (b) stopped responding to my texts or emails and (c) Im pretty sick of dealing with his incompetent ... more »
BOOM. Thank you. Who should I have come out to double check this? An electrician or a solar guy?
Sports are a brutal relationship. A dysfunctional marriage at best that in this case ends in heartbreaking divorce. No fan should ever have to suffer thru this.
Use this forum... http://forum.solar-electric.com/discussion/351556/batteries-abruptly-stopped-holding-voltage-under-load/p2 Much better community. They'll be way more helpful. And I think you're right about the temperature.... here are some stats: Most ... more »
Yes, problem number ONE is our perception of known reality. And I dont think we will ever get past that point. Let's look at another HUGE problem, scientists latch on to theories and fight tooth and nail before giving up on them, often for stubborn and ... more »
Yeah, they do get fired up. Thx for posting that. Sometimes I start questioning my own sanity. I had to have my wife read the thread and I asked her, "did I come off like an asshole? Why are these guys posting as if they want me to punch them? What am ... more »
I looked it up when you posted about it. I found this article and I think it's pretty comprehensive. http://waitbutwhy.com/2014/05/fermi-paradox.html