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I had a pair of Tods driving shoes a while ago and wore them before driving and for the occasional errand on my way home from work. They wore out quickly and were about as rugged as house slippers. The rubber gommi started chunking off and the leather soles looked absolutely trashed after a year so I donated them to goodwill. My thoughts on driving shoes is that they are of very limited use and only to be worn inside the vehicle. I now just keep a pair of Nike trainers...
Yea, his financial advisor supposedly got him to invest in frivolous businesses and charged 20% fees. Duncan sued him for $20 million. In a recent ESPN interview, Duncan owns an Auto Body shop in SA that he seems heavily involved with. To his credit though, Duncan was investing in businesses instead of feeding his entourage and hangers-on.
If anything, Duncan shopping at Old Navy is refreshing to see. You get the feeling that he is not going to be one of those athletes that go broke a few years after retirement.
+80 = 56,240
+150 = 24,630
+70 = 54,430
+200 = 23,910
+69 = 53,520
+300 = 22,570
Nah, I remember that well but LeBron to Miami was not LeBron to the Celtics; the team that beat them in the playoffs.Durant's move feels like "if you can't beat them, join them" while The Decision was more like "I am going to play with my superstar friends to win championships".But you're right in both being bad for the spirit of competition.
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