Joey La Cava
I get it. You’re reading the title and thinking what the hell is this guy Fundie talking about? Where is he going with this article?
Before this starts, sports are on their way back!!!!
Listen to me, hear me out. Hopefully by the end of this article you’ll understand what I am talking about.
Alright. I am here to tell you that as I navigate through the unpredictable water that is dating, it occurred to me that dating is very much like sports. Now, I know you're sitting there like this so, let me continue.
How are dating and sports similar? Well, to start a simple way to compare it is to the NFL Draft, specifically the 2017 draft class. Most guys (known to me as the GM/Head Scout/ whoever the hell the decision maker in the organization is) will have his “roster of girls” he’s choosing from. Once the decision maker narrows down his roster (cutting players ((girls in this case)) like a GM would) he begins to scout them.
Justin Williams | @justinwillliams
Setbacks. We have all been there. But very seldom do our life setbacks involve the casualties of others.
The year was 1986, ten years before I was born. The Space Shuttle Challenger, loaded with a crew of seven individuals, was soaring toward the final frontier. A fatal setback occurred and exploded the craft into pieces. The Challenger Crew, all seven individuals, perished.
Dak Prescott received the franchise tag from the Dallas Cowboys in March before free agency started to happen. Even though the franchise tag was applied, Dak Prescott is still looking for a long term pay day. Dak’s highest contract offered to him was worth 35 million per year which would have made him the 5th highest paid player in the NFL. Dak is coming off a great year throwing for 4,902 yards and 30 touchdowns. A very impressive stat line year, but also did not win enough missing the playoffs with an 8-8 record.
Ryan Dever - @rydeve
Memorial Day Weekend for the past five years of my life has been the same. Not spent with family at a barbeque, or on a boat with buddies or at the beach with beer-in-hand. It’s been spent with two radios at my waist, cellphone ringing off the hook and the sound of golf balls getting sent into orbit off the tee. This year Memorial Day Weekend is different for me because for the past five years of my life it has been spent at the ShopRite LPGA Classic.