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    T.O's agent a d*ck..

    Did anyone just watch TO's agent, who is also javon walkers agent talk on espn? He seemed like one of those smooth sneaky guys.. a real bastard. I don;t know his name, but are any of the Vikes under him as well?

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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    There are people under him all through the league. Rosenhaus is the dick of the league and has caused problems everywhere. He often tells his players if they can steal players from other agents he will knock points off of their commission. It very much smells like that is what happened with this whole T.O. thing. I know there are a couple of Eagles he has under his wing and I would be willing to bet there are a handful of Vikings.

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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    I thought I heard somewhere that he was the inspiration for the "bad agent" in Jerry Maguire.


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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    Yeah i saw it.What a jackass
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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    Here's a related humor article, from sportspickle.com.

    [align=center][size=18px]U.S. Government Grinds to a Halt After President Bush Hires Drew Rosenhaus, Demands New Contract[/size][/align]

    Much of the U.S. government came to a virtual standstill this week after President Bush hired sports super-agent Drew Rosenhaus, and said he would hold out until he receives a better contract.

    “I’m the leader of the free world here, people. The most powerful man in the world, yet I make only $400,000 a year,� said Bush. “That’s pathetic. Think of all I’ve done and how important I am for the country. It’s time I’m rewarded for that.�



    Rosenhaus, who has recently been hired by high-profile NFL receivers Plaxico Burress and Terrell Owens to get them large, multimillion dollar deals, said he hopes to do the same for the President.

    “It would be one thing if President Bush was a one-termer, but he willingly stepped forward for the country and took what was offered for a second term,� said Rosenhaus. “But now it’s time the country rewards him for the loyalty he’s shown and ups his salary. We’re looking for something in the ballpark of $30 or $40 million a year, which is really quite a bargain when you consider some athletes CEOs make that much money, whereas the President is running the entire country.�

    The President will not sign any bills, visit with foreign dignitaries, hold any meetings, or conduct any other of his official duties until he receives a new deal.

    Bush also said that he only has the best interests of his family in mind.

    “As president, just like an athlete, you only have a limited period of time to make some bank,� said Bush. “Four years, eight years tops. Right now I’m not making any more than what a crappy middle reliever does, for crying out loud. I have to make sure my family has enough money to live on once I’m out of office.�

    Bush acknowledged he may have numerous income streams out-of-office, but said it would be irresponsible of him to count on that.

    “Sure, I might be able to make millions in speaking or consulting fees once I’m done being president, but that’s not a given. I need to get paid now,� he said. “The clock is ticking. If I don’t get a new deal soon, we’ll probably be attacked again by terrorists. Plus, not giving me a raise, the Commander-in-Chief, would mean you don’t support the troops. And you support the troops, don’t you?�


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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    "BBQ Platypus" wrote:
    Here's a related humor article, from sportspickle.com.

    [align=center][size=18px]U.S. Government Grinds to a Halt After President Bush Hires Drew Rosenhaus, Demands New Contract[/size][/align]

    Much of the U.S. government came to a virtual standstill this week after President Bush hired sports super-agent Drew Rosenhaus, and said he would hold out until he receives a better contract.

    “I’m the leader of the free world here, people. The most powerful man in the world, yet I make only $400,000 a year,� said Bush. “That’s pathetic. Think of all I’ve done and how important I am for the country. It’s time I’m rewarded for that.�



    Rosenhaus, who has recently been hired by high-profile NFL receivers Plaxico Burress and Terrell Owens to get them large, multimillion dollar deals, said he hopes to do the same for the President.

    “It would be one thing if President Bush was a one-termer, but he willingly stepped forward for the country and took what was offered for a second term,� said Rosenhaus. “But now it’s time the country rewards him for the loyalty he’s shown and ups his salary. We’re looking for something in the ballpark of $30 or $40 million a year, which is really quite a bargain when you consider some athletes CEOs make that much money, whereas the President is running the entire country.�

    The President will not sign any bills, visit with foreign dignitaries, hold any meetings, or conduct any other of his official duties until he receives a new deal.

    Bush also said that he only has the best interests of his family in mind.

    “As president, just like an athlete, you only have a limited period of time to make some bank,� said Bush. “Four years, eight years tops. Right now I’m not making any more than what a crappy middle reliever does, for crying out loud. I have to make sure my family has enough money to live on once I’m out of office.�

    Bush acknowledged he may have numerous income streams out-of-office, but said it would be irresponsible of him to count on that.

    “Sure, I might be able to make millions in speaking or consulting fees once I’m done being president, but that’s not a given. I need to get paid now,� he said. “The clock is ticking. If I don’t get a new deal soon, we’ll probably be attacked again by terrorists. Plus, not giving me a raise, the Commander-in-Chief, would mean you don’t support the troops. And you support the troops, don’t you?�
    The President will not sign any bills, visit with foreign dignitaries, hold any meetings, or conduct any other of his official duties until he receives a new deal.

    GOOD...that way he can't screw things up any more than he already has...make him sit out the rest of his term!!! :grin:
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    "cajunvike" wrote:
    "BBQ Platypus" wrote:
    Here's a related humor article, from sportspickle.com.

    [align=center][size=18px]U.S. Government Grinds to a Halt After President Bush Hires Drew Rosenhaus, Demands New Contract[/size][/align]

    Much of the U.S. government came to a virtual standstill this week after President Bush hired sports super-agent Drew Rosenhaus, and said he would hold out until he receives a better contract.

    “I’m the leader of the free world here, people. The most powerful man in the world, yet I make only $400,000 a year,� said Bush. “That’s pathetic. Think of all I’ve done and how important I am for the country. It’s time I’m rewarded for that.�



    Rosenhaus, who has recently been hired by high-profile NFL receivers Plaxico Burress and Terrell Owens to get them large, multimillion dollar deals, said he hopes to do the same for the President.

    “It would be one thing if President Bush was a one-termer, but he willingly stepped forward for the country and took what was offered for a second term,� said Rosenhaus. “But now it’s time the country rewards him for the loyalty he’s shown and ups his salary. We’re looking for something in the ballpark of $30 or $40 million a year, which is really quite a bargain when you consider some athletes CEOs make that much money, whereas the President is running the entire country.�

    The President will not sign any bills, visit with foreign dignitaries, hold any meetings, or conduct any other of his official duties until he receives a new deal.

    Bush also said that he only has the best interests of his family in mind.

    “As president, just like an athlete, you only have a limited period of time to make some bank,� said Bush. “Four years, eight years tops. Right now I’m not making any more than what a crappy middle reliever does, for crying out loud. I have to make sure my family has enough money to live on once I’m out of office.�

    Bush acknowledged he may have numerous income streams out-of-office, but said it would be irresponsible of him to count on that.

    “Sure, I might be able to make millions in speaking or consulting fees once I’m done being president, but that’s not a given. I need to get paid now,� he said. “The clock is ticking. If I don’t get a new deal soon, we’ll probably be attacked again by terrorists. Plus, not giving me a raise, the Commander-in-Chief, would mean you don’t support the troops. And you support the troops, don’t you?�
    The President will not sign any bills, visit with foreign dignitaries, hold any meetings, or conduct any other of his official duties until he receives a new deal.

    GOOD...that way he can't screw things up any more than he already has...make him sit out the rest of his term!!! :grin:
    I'd make a comment about it already being impossible to do anything in the Senate (which is both good and bad), but that would go over the "political" line of this forum.

    Instead, I'll just go with this joke:

    A Democrat looks at a half-glass of water and thinks that it's half-empty.

    A Republican looks at a half-glass of water and thinks "Hey! Who the hell drank half my water!?" :lol:


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    Re: T.O's agent a d*ck..

    "BBQ Platypus" wrote:
    Here's a related humor article, from sportspickle.com.

    [align=center][size=18px]U.S. Government Grinds to a Halt After President Bush Hires Drew Rosenhaus, Demands New Contract[/size][/align]

    Much of the U.S. government came to a virtual standstill this week after President Bush hired sports super-agent Drew Rosenhaus, and said he would hold out until he receives a better contract.

    “I’m the leader of the free world here, people. The most powerful man in the world, yet I make only $400,000 a year,� said Bush. “That’s pathetic. Think of all I’ve done and how important I am for the country. It’s time I’m rewarded for that.�



    Rosenhaus, who has recently been hired by high-profile NFL receivers Plaxico Burress and Terrell Owens to get them large, multimillion dollar deals, said he hopes to do the same for the President.

    “It would be one thing if President Bush was a one-termer, but he willingly stepped forward for the country and took what was offered for a second term,� said Rosenhaus. “But now it’s time the country rewards him for the loyalty he’s shown and ups his salary. We’re looking for something in the ballpark of $30 or $40 million a year, which is really quite a bargain when you consider some athletes CEOs make that much money, whereas the President is running the entire country.�

    The President will not sign any bills, visit with foreign dignitaries, hold any meetings, or conduct any other of his official duties until he receives a new deal.

    Bush also said that he only has the best interests of his family in mind.

    “As president, just like an athlete, you only have a limited period of time to make some bank,� said Bush. “Four years, eight years tops. Right now I’m not making any more than what a crappy middle reliever does, for crying out loud. I have to make sure my family has enough money to live on once I’m out of office.�

    Bush acknowledged he may have numerous income streams out-of-office, but said it would be irresponsible of him to count on that.

    “Sure, I might be able to make millions in speaking or consulting fees once I’m done being president, but that’s not a given. I need to get paid now,� he said. “The clock is ticking. If I don’t get a new deal soon, we’ll probably be attacked again by terrorists. Plus, not giving me a raise, the Commander-in-Chief, would mean you don’t support the troops. And you support the troops, don’t you?�
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    LOL. Clever.

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    He's a Whizzinator!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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    That is good, maybe the rest of the world will stop hating us now that bush is holding out! ccasion5:
    You republican whore!

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