“I know, I know, I am like you. I LOVE the tradition of the OU uniforms, but you and I are not being recruited for OU. And I know there is SO much more (and more important) things to choose a college to play football at, but I am telling you it is starting (if not already) to hurt OU.
Share and show your interests in a myriad of ways. From words to pictures. From Videos to Forums. “Nah, playing football, when you go out there you just have to play and you can’t be thinking about that too much. I tried to avoid that and just play my game,” Clark said. “I feel good about my game and I feel like I’m under rated, but at the same time, I’m just always going to try to be the best I can be and try not to worry about anybody else.”.
I walked away feeling like I had reconnected with a long time friend. Sadly, I don remember his name. I really hope he made it back to be with his family.jtfarabee 2 points submitted 8 days agoIn terms of the employee side, I see two productive courses of action.
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Under the agreement, the Maloofs could increase their ownership to 20 percent of the hotel depending on the resort’s profitability.The involvement of TPG Capital a major investor in Caesars Entertainment in the reorganization has raised speculation that the megaresort company might be positioning itself to take over operations at the Palms. But in an interview with VEGAS INC last week after the news broke, just before the NHL Awards show, Maloof beat back that contention and said the hotel is in strong financial condition.Why is this ownership arrangement good for you and the Palms?Basically we recapitalized the business, got rid of all the debt. It’s a positive thing.
Recently, I was able to stay in one of Pelican incredibly spacious Villas, a three bedroom 2,500 sq. Ft., ocean view palace that easily accommodated four adults and two scampering kids. The kitchen is fitted out with Sub Zero fridges and Wolf ovens and cooktops; bedrooms feature Italian linens and 42 flat screen televisions; and guests have access to the capacious clubhouse with its dining facilities, concierge services and fully equipped fitness center.