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  1. Go to your local bike store to get a proper fit (might cost money or they might just consider it a way to get your future business). Then look at Craigslist or other sites. If the store makes you a good deal, cool but buying used is probably the way to go. My road bike cost $1500 used, but I'm told it would cost a few k new (Italian, small company)
  2. McCown played well in Cleveland which is tough. Agreed on cutler.
  3. Josh McCown was always underrated and not a bad starter when he played.
  4. NTTAWWT Good to see you're finally getting it checked out.
  5. Agreed, but I suspect they'd sign one of the various free agents and draft Jonathan allen. I'm not sure how much they'd save downgrading from cousins to Cutler/Taylor/Glennon. I wouldn't think Cavanaugh would want cutler, having been his coach for one of Jay's worst seasons, but maybe he'll see things differently?
  6. Right. These guys are in the entertainment business. These types of stories get people talking more about their team. With no real risk, why wouldn't you speculate? Maybe he'll end up being right and look like a genius "in the know", if he's wrong nobody will really care.
  7. If you mean his plea to Dallas, yeah that's just you. If it's something else I missed it.
  8. The Browns have made mistakes, but taking Garett 1.01 won't be one of them.
  9. True. Though I think there's some benefit in using a rule of thumb of savings vs. expenses. i.e. When I'm 60, I want to have enough to cover 40 years of retired expenses (along with pension and SS).
  10. I'd only include the house in asset allocation if you're also investing in other RE. If you have a couple rental houses nearby, you definitely should include all houses as a category and not exceed your allocation. If your house is your only RE, I'd keep it separate like Sand stated. That seems really low past 50 (if not before) and if you're only increasing your investments by 20% of your income each year, symmetrically, you're not getting enough return.
  11. agreed with Ref here. Ninja's team could be really good with the right breaks, but those RBs don't garner enthusiasm. You could absolutely be right, they could all break out. That's the fun part.