No MNF pick but how can you go against the Saints with 10 days to prepare when SF looked as bad as they did and internally they are reported to be in disarray?
We are 2-0 versus Mr. Markus who is 0-1-1, but there is no gloating since we also thought the Cheaters would beat the Jets. Indeed, Mr. Markus locked in an incredible NE+1 and he still lost, so the lesson is: Rex happens. Plus DOM starts his big Fed trial today in Tampa, and the South Florida Lawyers civil guys have all the coverage. Indeed, DOM gets a pass on our contest for next week and beyond as he has more important things to worry about.
Busy REGJB today with the hallway being punctuated by screams of delight by some and frowns by others as apparently the Bar results are in. The title of the post links to the website.
In our day they didn't have websites. In our day you had to dial a number that was continually busy and when it was answered you were transferred to a woman named "Agnes" or her partner "Frank" who were thoroughly annoyed at you for not waiting for the mail and for calling and who were either hard of hearing or pretended to be, and usually asked you to repeat your name several times and would then mutter that they didn't see anything with your name on it before finally saying "...oh ...here it is......"(worst pause of your life...worst than any jury verdict) before saying you passed but they couldn't give you the specific results- as if that mattered.
An informal look by us revealed that in the results we saw, the pass rate was slightly more than 50%.
Congrats to those who passed- welcome to the party. And a ticket to the Irish House on Miami Beach- oh wait- that's not there anymore- for those who didn't. Well, go find some bar to drink at for not passing the bar, and then tomorrow re-open those study guides.
Contracts. Offer. "An offer is a manifestation of willingness to enter into a contract so as to justify those who receive it in concluding that their acceptance is invited and shall conclude ......blah blah blah. "
See you in court where we don't make offers, and we rarely pay consideration.