Jump to content
Fantasy Football - Footballguys Forums

SouthJersey

Members
  • Posts

    1,705
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by SouthJersey

  1. Isnt Patterson and Dr Yo treating patients with Ivermectin?
  2. Agree. For me that's typical of a Kanye album. I think it sucks on initial listen, and then it grows on me and I really like it.
  3. Have to finish some shopping and my goal is to have something in the mail this weekend.
  4. Thanks so much! Haven't been to any of them, heard of a couple. Currently drinking the beer from Kelly Green Brewing 🍻
  5. Yo!!! Just got back from vacation to a monster shipment. I'm not sure who my stalker was since there wasn't a note (ironic that they're from South Jersey though and sending me a package to New England), but they hooked it up!! Thank you!! Also judging from the National Guard swag I assume you serve/served, thank you for your service! Beers Shirts 1 & 2 Shirts 3 & 4 Lots of Swag! Thanks again mystery stalker, this was awesome! Also thanks to Kutta for running this, it's one of my favorite summer traditions.
  6. I'd recommend Schwab. I'd also recommend their checking/banking product. Been a customer for years. -No minimum balance -ATM fee reimbursement from anywhere -fast/easy to move your money from your checking to savings/brokerage/IRA -low fee index funds -low fee robo advisor (I believe slightly more expensive then some but more or less in the same ballpark -- I don't use the product so I might be wrong) -excellent customer service The only downside is if you have a bunch of cash you had to find a Schwab location to deposit it. Though I rarely have that problem. Switched here from BOA over a decade ago and am so happy BOA does not get my business anymore.
  7. I think this is a fairly obvious tip but when I was interviewing folks for a completely remote position I got the response a few times: When interviewing for the WFH job of asked about why you're interested in the position make sure your only response isn't "because it's a remote position." I'd recommend not mentioning that and stick to the BS about how you're passionate about the job.
  8. I'm gonna be about a week past the deadline for my stalkee. Heading on vacation this weekend and plan on picking some stuff up while I'm out of town.
  9. At this point do we admit that Adam Fuerstein and the "short mafia" were right?
  10. Lol as usual this time of year I have already bought beers for my stalkee and drank them all. Still haven't picked up shirts so there's time to replace the beer.
  11. Wow...not sure if she still feels the same way about the drug but this doc from Yale who said she was interested in leronlimab was named the new leader of the Connecticut Public Health Department https://www.wtnh.com/news/health/coronavirus/yale-infectious-disease-doctor-weighs-in-on-hiv-drugs-promise-for-covid-19-and-mask-safety/ https://ctnewsjunkie.com/2021/07/26/lamont-names-infectious-disease-expert-to-head-department-of-public-health/
  12. Congrats, brother!!! This is awesome and gives me hope. Been having a rough stretch of hitting beautiful shots followed up with a shank on the next swing and can't put a decent round together.
  13. The new J Cole album is really good. Came out last week and is up on Spotify. He killed this freestyle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlpN3S16ZAs
  14. I've lived in CT the past 10 years, it's taken a while to get used to but it's home now. It's not as bad as some folks in the thread make it out to be, but it's nothing special either. A few thoughts: -If you're in Austin and still want somewhat of a city vibe New Haven is your best option. Good restaurants, some really nice neighborhoods, and you have Yale which brings some decent cultural stuff. Downside is aside from Hartford they have the highest property taxes in the state and other parts of the city is a high crime dump. New Haven is also the last stop on the MetroNorth so you can get a train that will take you to Grand Central in Manhattan. -Speaking of taxes you're coming from a no-income tax state to one of the highest -Home prices are up big time here too (though I've only looked at certain towns based on public schools, maybe it's different in other areas). As someone mentioned if you're on the shoreline, prices go up...and go higher and higher the closer you get to NYC. -Lots of towns don't have neighborhoods. It's just houses off main roads and lots of woods. Many people like that, but with young kids I prefer the neighborhood vibe where my kids can ride their bike to a friend's house. -Towns somewhat between Milford and New Hartford that I would consider: New Haven (though not if you're sending your kid to public school), Cheshire, Southington, Wallingford, Newtown
  15. I wonder how people in the Philippines view this guy. Is he their version of John Quincey Adams or Don Jr?
  16. She wouldn't have asked since she'd know the donation is coming in 2 weeks
  17. So this only impacts folks earning over $1M a year?
  18. This was hilarious https://m.facebook.com/504892031/posts/10157763805272032/?d=n
  19. Thanks. A handful of good drives, chips, putts is doable. My high handicap comes from blowing up holes where I shank into water or chip over the green and then 3-putt.
  20. I'm currently a 28. The rules are supposedly posted in the clubhouse but I'm out of town until the night before the tournament.
  21. Perfect. Cracking beers and having fun is what i'm about, so that works. How do I calculate if I'm out of a hole or not?
×
  • Create New...