Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by SEC 330 BIPOLAR, Jan 9, 2007.
this is so cool. Kimberly would flip.
It's awesome that I've got a nicer place than a pro-football player making millions. That won't last long, I'm sure but for the moment - it's kinda' nice.
The Gloat, I can't see the clip on my BlackBerry, but it must be his old apartment. He recently purchased a mansion in the Brentwood/Franklin area where a few other Titan players live. His new house is beautiful.
The vid shows a little one bedroom apartment. Looks like my place in college if it were clean.
Brentwood .... that is funny. In CA that is a town way out in the middle of no where that people buy in if they can not afford the houses closer to the job. Cow country.
I wonder who the sponsor was...
Actually, Brentwood in Tennessee is a town/suburb sort of way out that people buy in who can afford houses anywhere they please. The Brentwood/Franklin is one of the most expensive place to buy a home in the Nashville area. Also, it is cow country. Well, cow country is mostly in the Franklin area around Hwy. 96 and Sneed Road and Brentwood is the equine area.
I don't think there are any low income areas in Brentwood, but I recently found out that there are actual "projects" in Franklin! I still won't believe it until I actually see it for myself.
This video is a few months old. IIRC, I posted it somewhere about the 1st or 2nd game of the season. I dont remember which message board I posted it on, however.
I used to make trips to Brentwood for rugby games all the time. I hated the "poor walk" as I always called it.
Brentwood has changed a lot in the last ten or twenty years. I lived there for a while. It definitely has some of the better public schools in the Nashville area and high land value, although I wouldn't say it's at the top of the expensive areas list. You can live a great life over there though, and it's less urban.
Man VY is so awesome, on Madden Nation he had on a personal Vince Young #1 Houston Rockets jersey, he is ripped.What a great athlete
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