Derek Jeter doesn’t know a bargain when he sees one. He’s currently building what will be the largest home in the Tampa area. This monstrosity could easily hold 10 strip mall strip clubs. He could easily put Ybor City out of business.
How much is Jeter’s house? It’s impossible to say because “it’s one of a kind and unlikely to attract many buyers besides the ultrawealthy”. The property, purchased under the name of Kered Connors LLC (Derek spelled backwards), brought in $7.7 million several years ago. It comes in a 30,875 square feet which is approximately the size of a Best Buy store.
Instead of blowing his load outbuilding the owner of an RV empire, Jeter should have considered Steve McNair’s house which is currently on the market.
The house is reportedly listed for $3.8M but if you act now, you can get $800,000 off and (wait for it) a football autographed by Steve McNair. What a bargain. Jeter is crazy for not considering this deal. It’s a deal. It’s a steal. It’s the sale of the fucking century. In fact, fuck it. I think I’ll buy it myself.
What a fine poster. How could Mr. Yankee say no to such an exclusive house? Who wouldn’t love to live in the house of someone who sacrificed for all of us like Jesus? Shout out to my boy Ray Ray.
Because we’re not above posting this stuff, here is Steve McNair murderer Sahel Kazemi’s DUI arrest that occurred a week before the slaying of the former NFL star. Nothing more to say really, watch it if you’re interested in this wack-job.
Here’s a look at Evel Knievel’s injuries he sustained during his glorious career as the world’s greatest daredevil. Pretty bad huh? For some reason this reminded me of this old Steve McNair injury roundup photo. Look at them compared to Steve McNair’s injuries sustained through 2005, its amazing what people put themselves through. Evel looks to have broken every bone in his body and McNair looks to have bruised and sprained every muscle in his body. McNair is quite the daredevil himself. No wonder he’s done as a QB.
They say imitation is the best form of flattery. There’s nothing I like more than seeing my team bond off the field. Nothing builds team unity like sharing the same hobbies and activities.
Oh, you probably thought I was talking about Troy Smith. I’m talking about Steve McNair. Welcome to Charm City, Steve. It’s the city that bleeds. There’s no better way to show your leadership and dedication to Baltimore than picking up a magic DUI. BJ Sams and Chris McAllister took some time before they picked up on that.
You know why Ray Lewis is a team leader. Let’s see Chris Henry roll like that. Losers always whine about their best. Winners go home and fuck the prom queen. Getting a DUI when you’re not driving is strong.