newstyle666 said:To be perfectly honest, in the world of suits $500- $750 is consitered low-end. I'm not saying that you can't get something nice for that amount, because you certainly can... but in my opinion once you start wearing 'normal' quality suits [>$2,500] you suddenly realise what you were missing before.
Gizmo said:One of my relatives is at Cohen and Steers, one of the world's largest REIT investors. He says his most expensive suit is worth $860.
Please advise if I should remove my money from their funds?
CFL players don't count as professionalsdaddyiwantchocolate said:I just came back from a working lunch at the bottom line, where I ended up getting the bill with the table next to me added on my tab.
Table next to me = professional football players and their agent (?).
They paid for lunch, good times.
I should add here that their agent was not wearing an expensive suit.
Klubmasta Will said:so what's the deal with newstyle666 vs. ev, anyway? did THR and activate have a rave-fight or something that i missed?
you're such a cow. you could use some life lessons from newstyle. hardcore or not he's more of a success than you'll ever be.ev said:haha.. no... he's jsut an easy target... I really have nothing against the guy and I'm not one to hold people message board persona's against them.. if I did I wouldn't like a lot of people that i know from tribe. particularily agent smith and vinder.
daddyiwantchocolate said:They were American genius!
You know what that means, right?
The everage is still over $1MUSD per year... not exactly chicken feed.ev said:even if they are in the NFL and not jsut american CFL players... the average nfl salary isn't that much... only a very small percentage make the millions.. as well.. the average NFL career last just years.
Agent Smith said:The everage is still over $1MUSD per year... not exactly chicken feed.
Ya, the average time in the NFL is only 3 1/2 years, and the average salary is $1.25M.ev said:are you sure?
for some reason I seem to recall reading that is was more like a few hundred g's.. even if it's a mill.. I'm sure most americans could easily piss that away and be bankrupt in a few years