Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by ETGator1, Dec 19, 2019.
bwitch? Doesn’t look right.
EJ smith owes Florida nothing. How is this karma? He didn’t wrong us.
There's no way in hell that I would want to follow Emmitt Smith's footsteps...
Especially if I was his son!
One of the greatest if not THE greatest running backs in the complete history of the University of Florida.
Could you see if EJ had burped wrong while carrying the ball while on Florida Field?
The torches and the pitchforks would have come out!
Congrats on getting admitted to Stanford, EJ; it's a fine institution. Best of luck on the football field, too. But, enjoy watching the Gators in the playoffs on TV.
I don't know, but Palo Alto is a different world from Texas - or Florida for that matter. It's just so different out there, and not for everybody - fun place to visit but I'd never want to live out there in that crazy shit. SF is turning into a freaking disaster. It's also a hell of a long way away. I would expect homesickness to potentially play a role in some cases.
What does a qb transfer have to do with a RB recruit? No karma here even if EJ said he was looking forward in playing with sad QB.
Get serious. SF is far from a "freaking disaster". It's a great place to live....if you have $$$.
been there, worked there plenty of times. Done business with Tesla in Palo Alto. Done Napa, Sonoma, Paso Robles.....I know the place.
San Francisco is geographically stunning. But socially it’s a freaking disaster and getting worse. If you live there you know what I’m talking about, and I’d prefer to not hijack this thread to THFSG
I am pretty sure that is about the funniest post I have read assuming it was sarcastic.
As someone who was raised
SF and Palo Alto aren’t the same, even from a cultural standpoint. I can’t think of a more enriching experience for a “student” than going to Stanford and living around PA and the connections it opens up. I know since I’ve been living there for the past 10 years.
I disagree with your assessment of SF but that is best saved for THFSG as you say.
Wife has a good friend that lives there and loves it, been there many times. Couldn't disagree more. Great area.
If u did not want to hijack the thread should have skipped the negative comment. I won't elaborate further, but the continued trashing of Calif by some has gotten old.
Don’t try and go righteous on me. Voicing a negative opinion on a situation as screwed up as SF is now hijacking a thread? But saying wonderful things about the place isn’t?
Karma is an Indian word for wishful thinking.
I agree. Feel sorry for the homeless, but I don't want to hijack the thread either.
I feel sorry for some of them.....but I’ll leave it at that to keep this thread here