SAD: Jose Altuve tattoo conspiracy should heighten MLB’s hunt

Really, in light of the high emotions surrounding this matter, shouldn’t Altuve proactively display his alleged tattoo, which Correa first mentioned to The Athletic? The shortstop said that his double-play partner wanted to hide the ugly, unfinished artwork on his collarbone, which on the surface sounds just as ludicrous as the other given explanation, that Altuve’s wife didn’t like it when he disrobed up top. Adding to the intrigue, social-media detective Jomboy pointed out that Altuve put on an undershirt late in the notorious American League Championship Series Game 6, then removed it prior to stepping to the plate in the bottom of the ninth.

Source: Jose Altuve tattoo conspiracy should heighten MLB’s hunt

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Sorry, but “We, The Sheeple” shouldn’t let this go!

It’s a sign of “immorality” in public life. “We wuz robbed!”

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#rememberthetatoo #epsteindidnthanghimself #lbjkilledjfk #moraldecline

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Well that didn’t take long.

https://nypost.com/2020/02/17/jose-altuve-exposes-terrible-tattoo-to-fight-alcs-buzzer-controversy/

Still don’t believe it, but he responded to the question.

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Short Hills Man Passes Away In Lift Accident At Vail Ski Resort | Patch

The accident occurred on the ski lifts, according to a follow up report in Vail Daily.The cause of death was positional asphyxiation, which apparently occurred after Varnish started to fall through the chair.

Source: Short Hills Man Passes Away In Lift Accident At Vail Ski Resort | Patch

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Wow.  Sad end.

“Accident” might not be the correct word?

One never knows the day, nor the hour.

Requiescat In Pacem

Nice lawsuit coming!

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FINANCIAL: Dealerships Give Car Buyers Some Advice: Just Stop Paying Your Loan – WSJ

The trade-in, where a buyer hands a car back to a dealership and uses it as credit toward another one, is often a crucial step in car buying. But some dealerships are instead telling buyers to give their old cars back to their lenders—and selling them new ones—in a practice known as “kicking the trade.”

Source: Dealerships Give Car Buyers Some Advice: Just Stop Paying Your Loan – WSJ

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This seems dishonest by both the dealer and the borrower.

Like the sub-prime mortgage fiasco, the banks are letting the “originator” off the hook.

The fix is easy.  Make the originator responsible — both jointly and severally — for the loan when and if it defaults.

Problem solved.

Be it any kind of loan, everyone needs to have skin in the game!

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