Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Dre11, Jan 7, 2019.
Jerry you old motorboatin’ SOB you... I like it!
According to the article, his old yacht was 300 million. So he basically downgraded
Boats like that don't depreciate, so it's an investment as well as a toy.
Jerry ain't no dummy when it comes to money...
I wonder what the operating costs of a month at sea would tally up to?,,, Man, that is one sleekly sweet looking craft
*I'd read where John Wayne had bought a war surplus mine sweeper & it damn near sent him to the poor house in trying to keep it operational
I wonder if Jeryy's yacht has a way to separate, to become a speed boat, as in the Disco Volante in Thunderball??
And we paid for it.
Money can't buy everything or even a Superbowl but it can buy Jerry a boat and a truck to pull it.
I think Jerry should make plans to see the world and live on his boat for the next umpteen years. He can bring Stephen with him and leave a real football person in charge.
At least one of the news articles mentioned Jerry still having petroleum investments.
Oil And Gas, Pizza, football, and North Texas real estate investment comprise the known components of the Jones family assets. Any others come to mind?
Aside, boats make me sick, but pictures of boats are great.
Second aside, what criteria does one use to pick between a canoe and a kayak?
canoes turn slower and generally don't tip as easy
but if they tip are harder to upright. They can handle
heavier loads as well.
Worthless trivia :
It's exactly the length of a football field and within an inch or so from being exactly 1/3 the width - or from the width between high school hash marks.