Football and Fantasy don't go together in my world.
Pfft. Mortgage companies... what do they know?
The number one overall pick is definitely worth something. I'd consider trading one of my kids for it. I got #9 this year & see it as being a real challenge. LT makes everything easier. Even if he doesn't have the year that he did last year, he'll play everyday & Norv Turner will turn him into a 2000 yard rusher like he did with Ricky Williams in Miami. LT will be SOLID this year! Good luck!
OK, so not commenting on football. But to answer your question: No, Woodchuck is not a local brewery. In fact, they are out of Vermont. www. woodchuck.comI loved the raspberry. Doug said the pear was good, too. I'm also very fond of the amber. Heck, it's all good.
Hmmm. I can't imagine why. Maybe it depends on where you live. Here, in Buckeye Land, I think you'd have a chance.
These people have no imagination.
My husbands fantasy football team can beat up your fantasy football team...Stacie
Well, what is wrong with them?
Let me know if you win, I'll make you a kick ass trophy. That you could probably list as an asset....somewhere.
Did you re-iterate that it was the OVERALL number one draft?What are they smoking over there?
I think your asset has gotten bigger since you have been home from Florida
Nyah, what do they know?!
Wow. What morons. Screw 'em! Screw 'em all!Okay... I don't feel better, and mortgage companies still don't consider awesome fantasy football teams that will hopefully score you some cash as an asset.Huh.
Oh, please! They don't have a clue. I told them Big Daddy had won over $200 million in Tiger Woods Golf and they said that didn't qualify either. Seriously, $200 million! They are so picky!
Look behind Lauren, you will see your nicest asset.
Maybe the person at the mortgage company is still bitter that no one told him not to draft a kicker in the first round.
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