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« on: Jul 01, 2009 at 15:39 »

I hope he's not getting paid by the word.

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What it's really like to retire and how NFL should handle concussions


Man, I don't know, and I don't remember.  What?

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Have a cup o' joe.


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« Reply #1 on: Jul 01, 2009 at 15:58 »

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For those of you that think retired athletes sleep in, work out, play a little golf, maybe get a massage, I've got news for you: The Greens would make for a great reality show to destroy all those Hollywood stereotypes about retirement. Because youth baseball practices and games consume a lot of our evenings, we rarely have time for the five of us to sit down for dinner. We found a rare opportunity last week and about five minutes into the meal, Janelle, 3, says she's not hungry anymore and refuses to sit in her seat. Just then, Derek, 9, reaches for a bowl of fruit and one of his elbows knocks over his glass of milk. TJ, 11, goes into big brother mode and begins the verbal jabs. As my wife, Julie, hurried for some towels, the boys continue jawing and Janelle starts running around the table singing some song, REALLY LOUD. As Julie returns with the towels, she sees me sitting there, mouth open, watching all of this unfold. She gets my attention and I just begin to laugh. I look at her and say, "If people only knew." Welcome to retirement, Trent!

Welcome to reality, douche bag.  Now try it with both parents working for about 1/20th or 1/100th or whatever of your salary.
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« Reply #2 on: Jul 02, 2009 at 14:21 »

With Peter King on his annual four-week summer vacation...
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« Reply #3 on: Jul 09, 2009 at 16:31 »

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For those of you that think retired athletes sleep in, work out, play a little golf, maybe get a massage, I've got news for you: The Greens would make for a great reality show to destroy all those Hollywood stereotypes about retirement. Because youth baseball practices and games consume a lot of our evenings, we rarely have time for the five of us to sit down for dinner. We found a rare opportunity last week and about five minutes into the meal, Janelle, 3, says she's not hungry anymore and refuses to sit in her seat. Just then, Derek, 9, reaches for a bowl of fruit and one of his elbows knocks over his glass of milk. TJ, 11, goes into big brother mode and begins the verbal jabs. As my wife, Julie, hurried for some towels, the boys continue jawing and Janelle starts running around the table singing some song, REALLY LOUD. As Julie returns with the towels, she sees me sitting there, mouth open, watching all of this unfold. She gets my attention and I just begin to laugh. I look at her and say, "If people only knew." Welcome to retirement, Trent!

Welcome to reality, douche bag.  Now try it with both parents working for about 1/20th or 1/100th or whatever of your salary.


Must be rough not getting dinner and attending all the practices after both parents dick around the house all day doing nothing.
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