If we made a slight tweak to the Reese's question, say the candy were pieces instead of PB cups. Would you still pronounce it with the soft ending or would it sound like easy peasy?
It's still Ree-sez but if you say it like ree-seez pee-seez you get a pass because Reese's pieces are so gotdamn delicious you can pronounce it hot dogshit and I'll still want to eat half the costco size bag in one serving.
Kill Scar-jo (she seems too full of herself at times)
My question would be "Is it pronounced Re-sez Peanut butter cups or Re-Sees Peanut butter cups?" Their answer then determines whether I draft them or not.
It's Ree-sez and anyone who says reesees should not only not be drafted, but castrated to prevent them from procreating.
But the biggest question to ask is not even a question. Give them a brand new roll of toilet paper and a mock TP hanger and see which way they put it on. Then have them go up to a window where the blinds are exactly 50% open and the two cords to open and close are exactly the same length and tell them to close the blinds. If they pull it down so they all lay flat to form a light-tight seal, they can be considered for early round selection. If they close it to where the slats are facing up and there is that tiny bit of light between each slat then they are a 7th rounder at best.
This is how I've weeded out some potentially bad wifey material over the years, and it seems to have worked at least 35% of the time, which if you go by baseball averages is practically a given for the batting title so yeah there's that.
Looks like Cam is in no hurry to sign a long term deal and wants to experience free agency. Or at least he wants to see how this upcoming draftees turn out before he sign long term. If our 28th pick don't pan out next year and we didn't not sign any respectable free agents we'd be even worse of. Imagine Cam starting the 2015 season with a 36 y old Smith is his primary target. Guarantee Cam think about that.
Cam has said literally nothing to imply that he wants to be a free agent and try free agency.
I would argue there will be universally less vitriol toward Hardy when he leaves than there was toward Peppers.
Hardy has made it clear that he wants to be paid because he has played himself into a situation to get paid. If the generally accepted rumor around here that he was made a long term offer to stay here before the season is true, then he gambled and it paid off. Good for him. Peppers was so passive and that's why people were so heartbroken. He was given contracts of $18-$20MM and still wanted out, but people believed until that final hour he might stay, myself included. He's so soft he makes Jonathan Martin look like a bully by comparison.
Hardy may be too loud for some, but I don't mind people being vocal and direct about what they want, rather than playing games. If, nay when, he gets paid and leaves, I'll harbor no ill will toward him unless he goes to a team I hate like the Saints or Atlanta or somewhere like that.
I don't think I could disagree more. I'll take Hardy's direct approach to someone like Peppers' passive-aggressive bullshit ten times out of ten. I'm not gonna cry because someone is vocal about what they want. I respect it and wish more people did it.