- Aug 28, 2010
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I feel like it's common for kids of cops to fuck up, at least in my experience. I did grow up with a lot of shit people though so it was probably just that.Not sure.
But if this blokes 19 year old son is going to get done for drink driving on his P's, how the fuck is he gonna get players to cooperate.
Thats right but thats the way it isWhat about a focus on targeting more tolerant and less sensitive sponsors. This concept of continually raising the standards and demands on perhaps one of the most regulated and pressured working environments for young men and women in the country must soon be given some more consideration.
It's actually not "huge money" when you look at in the context that a player might get 10 years in the NRL if they are lucky (most don't), starting off on the minimum and then there is the income tax that they pay in that short time time. Which is the equivalent to you an I earning ~$80k per annum for our 40 year adult working life. Not anywhere near "huge money" for a lifetime.$450k a year is huge money, so you expect they should be able to keep themselves out of trouble and/or messy situations.
I like your style Wendog....that is how it is...but we need to give it some consideration as the zoo keeper approach aint working;...Thats right but thats the way it is
We eat our own.
Fox have the rights to NRL yet they are the biggest wreckers as far as dragging the game down to the gutter, in the perception of the public.
Greenberg asked them to talk it up but only got bagged out for his trouble.
If thats the way it is, and it is, then the very well paid players need to comply.
Its a tough game and they only have a limited time to earnt it, but tell me one other job that guys like Elliott, Barba, Pearce, Carney, Lodge, Haas etc etc (with varying degrees of seriousness and offences) can earn these huge salaries.
$450k a year is huge money, so you expect they should be able to keep themselves out of trouble and/or messy situations.