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Old 07-14-2005, 01:57 PM   #11
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What about Sullivan and a lifetime supply of Popeye's chicken to feed him to the Patriots for Seymour?
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Old 07-14-2005, 02:22 PM   #12
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What about Sullivan and a lifetime supply of Popeye's chicken to feed him to the Patriots for Seymour?
Hell no!!! Popeye's chicken is waaaaaaaay to valuable.
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Old 07-14-2005, 03:32 PM   #13
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I dunno. What's a two piece combo these days? $5? And that's only two pieces and a side. That's not even an appetizer for Sully. I'm thinking it takes $15 of Popeyes to feed that guy. If you assume he eats Popeyes twice a day for meals and then factor in an afternoon and midnight snack, you're pushing $50 a day in Popeyes for that fatass. That's $18,500 in popeyes a year. Consider that eating that much popeyes and given his already huge fat ass he won't live past 50 - you're talking about less than a 30 year annuity paying out $18,500 annually. Even at a 24% interest rate compounded monthly for 30 years, the cost of feeding Sullivan would for the rest of his life would only have about a $924,000 present value. Sullivan and $1 million for Seymour. SOLD!

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Old 07-14-2005, 05:06 PM   #14
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I dunno. What's a two piece combo these days? $5? And that's only two pieces and a side. That's not even an appetizer for Sully. I'm thinking it takes $15 of Popeyes to feed that guy. If you assume he eats Popeyes twice a day for meals and then factor in an afternoon and midnight snack, you're pushing $50 a day in Popeyes for that fatass. That's $18,500 in popeyes a year. Consider that eating that much popeyes and given his already huge fat ass he won't live past 50 - you're talking about less than a 30 year annuity paying out $18,500 annually. Even at a 24% interest rate compounded monthly for 30 years, the cost of feeding Sullivan would for the rest of his life would only have about a $924,000 present value. Sullivan and $1 million for Seymour. SOLD!
Oh man, that was funny.
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lMAO, Whodat...you go to far!!! Nice.
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Old 07-18-2005, 09:41 AM   #16
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I bet he could eat a $1MM worth of biscuits per year. IMHO.
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Old 07-18-2005, 06:46 PM   #17
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The reason I suggested it is because Howard simply costs too much. He's a great player, but the team can't hold onto him. If a deal was worked out for Seymour, we would get a D-Lineman that can play end and tackle and is a solid player.
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Old 07-19-2005, 10:35 AM   #18
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I bet he could eat a $1MM worth of biscuits per year. IMHO.
Probably right, but then, you have to factor that into life expectancy. The more biscuits, the sooner he enters Guinness as the world's fattest man, and then his heart, roughly the siz of a watermelon, gets so clogged with pure grease that he dies. That shortens the annuity from 30 years to 10, IMO. LOL
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