Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by GatorPrincess8, Jan 15, 2020.
19 years from now, we'll have our next Heisman winner entering school....
But he will want to make his own legacy and go to Yale.
Kyle Trask disagrees.
Dan Mullen has already gotten first dibs on any ultrasound tape that may come down the line. Never to early for a legacy recruit.
Already have the #1 2039 recruiting class
I gave Tim my best years and this is the thanks I get.
She isn’t good enough for our Timmy! OY!
Um, did he ever get ordained? Gotta be ordained, dad.
Tim could have a daughter and not a son.
Well, even then she would probably be at least a 3 star.
You know you're wishing for a son....that way, you can take out your high-powered binoculars and "stalking sneakers" once again..
Tim asked me to be best man, I couldn’t say no. I did tell him to save the postage for my invite.
He is... he's now officially a pitcher.
She probably would still lead the SEC in passing.
Till. I was joking. I meant on getting ladies and only that. I am as big a Tebow fan as anyone on here so c'mon. I just wish that he got the ladies. I don't believe in no sex before marriage. Call me new fashioned. Would hate to find out one was incompatible once it's too late no?
Wasn't really busting on you my friend. Just the notion ya know?
Tim was doing what he wanted. He did it on his terms with a conviction that few have. I share his faith, but fail in living it much more than he does.
I was not so devoted to the...um...wait til marriage life...though in retrospect, I wish I had been.
He wasn't interested in "getting ladies" until the right one was in front of him.
My only wish for Tim is that he lives the life that he wants.
But again, not bagging on you brother...just bagging on the notion that Tim missed out.
you found me out. Lol
Fair enough Till. I’ll always love you because no matter how much I don’t or do (usually do) agree with you, I always respect you because you are respectful. +1 (and you have millions).
I admire his conviction as well.
As much as we admire Tim, and I take a back seat to no man in my admiration for him, I think even he would remind you that he is as, if not more, fallible and prone to err as anyone. He is more prone to fail because his circumstances present more opportunities to do so, and in a far more public manner than is true for most of us. People have clothed him in expectations. He didn't ask for that but it is the price of notoriety. His fairest deeds are still filthy rags in comparison to the One that is the foundation for his actions. He merely points to the greater thing. Tim will let us down some day, maybe, in some way. I think he would warn you to not let not your estimation of him, in the event of a future error, diminish your faith, any more than his temporal success encourages it.