Current NBA players fantasy draft to get us through these coronavirus days

Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Wes Mantooth, Mar 23, 2020.

  1. Thee jazz fan

    Thee jazz fan Well-Known Member

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    If this were the nba that would be fine, but in this draft there are guys that normally start on the bench in this.
    Come over here and I’ll rearrange your face to the back of your head...... ya, you might have a point. :(
     
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  3. silesian

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    Congrats, nice move!
     
  4. tfivas

    tfivas Well-Known Member 2019 Prediction Contest Winner

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    Thanks man. Definitely a big help for our young family.
     
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  5. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    awesome bro! Didn’t see this before. Homeownership is a great effing feeling.
     
  6. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    This is the house I’m waiting to go on the market. Praying it does in 2-3 years. We have about 300K in equity in ours and the little two will be out of daycare basically by then. Has a pool and pool house with good sized yard in back.

    I wrote the owners a letter a year asking them to please call me before they list it should they ever want. It was more eloquent than that but you get the point.
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  7. tfivas

    tfivas Well-Known Member 2019 Prediction Contest Winner

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    Thanks brotha. It definitely is, can be stressful as **** sometimes too lol.
     
  8. Wes Mantooth

    Wes Mantooth Well-Known Member

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    no doubt. They’re money pits. We’ve put over 100k into ours since we bought it. We knew we’d have to or want to when we bought but we rewired the whole house and put in a new panel, redid 2.5 baths in full, redid our kitchen, got a new roof, got about 1,100 sqft of sexy stamped concrete for the front porch, sidewalk around back and big back patio, and spent some on landscaping.
     
  9. tfivas

    tfivas Well-Known Member 2019 Prediction Contest Winner

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    God damn lol. So far we've installed central air (had a swamp), new furnace, new water heater and tinted all of our West facing windows.
    Yard is a **** show and we pulled some money out with the refi to start fixing it up but we're holding off until things get somewhat back to normal.
     
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  10. Beer

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    Beautiful home. In the past I would have said F that yard, but I've gotten very into yardwork over the past few years. Feels good to get out there and make your yard your bitch.
     
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  11. Beer

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    Wake up @Ron Mexico . I'm ready to finish my championship team up.
     
  12. ONE LOVE

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    I'll be finally mortgage free this week after selling one of my rental last week to pay for the rest of the mortgage I had on my own place. Was gonna keep the rental but with the economy the way it will be for the next 2-3 years I'd decided it was better to sell it and be mortgage free and not have the stress. I have other sources of passive income anyway.

    It was really lucky to have sold the rental with the current economic climate too, I'm still thanking my lucky stars for it right now (the purchaser signed the sale/purchase agreement just before Covid 19 started to get really bad here in Thailand).
     
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  13. Ron Mexico

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    Well, sleeping since it's the middle of the night for me. But I'm awake now. So least temporarily.
     
  14. Beer

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    Random, but I just watched a youtube of some guy showing off his "penthouse" in Bangkok he pays $600 a month for. In Utah it would probably be $1100 - $1500 depending on location. So not an insane discount. Fairly nice though.
     
  15. silesian

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    I’m on house #7: Baltimore, Riverside, Morristown NJ, 2 in East TN, Philly, and now Greenville SC.

    need to settle down
     
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  16. ONE LOVE

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    Yeah it depends on the location, you can have a penthouse anywhere in Bangkok. At $600 it's probably on the very fringe of it, not close to any public transport and in kinda dodgy area.. most foreigners don't mind that cos they don't know one area from another. But in a really nice location with great facilities you'd probably be looking at around $4,000 a month.
     
  17. Ron Mexico

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    Jarrett Allen
     
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  18. Beer

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    Yeah, looked nice enough, but was only on like the 10th floor maybe. Certainly didn't look downtown downtown. But I wouldn't be mad living there if I was a single guy looking to bag some lady boys.
     
  19. Thee jazz fan

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  20. Ron Mexico

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    I was shocked at home much houses are in Beijing. It makes sense because it's a giant city. My girlfriend's condo she owns is an decent location and it's an okay place. It's 800 sqft 2 bed 1 bath. It's worth 1 million USD.

    Everything else is so cheap in China and outside of a few major cities houses are so cheap here to.
     

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