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Ajayi Trashes Mansion, Attacks Home's Owner

Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by KeyFin, May 14, 2018.

  1. KeyFin

    KeyFin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    For those who are regretting this guy leaving, here's some team culture for you. I hope his *** ends up in jail-



    https://sports.yahoo.com/eagles-run...-shoving-owner-days-super-bowl-001341989.html
     
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  2. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Just a Guy Club Member

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    I was for the trade when it happened. Now, it looks like an even smarter move. The guy may not be a criminal, but he certainly has some questionable personality traits, and seems extremely self centered and selfish, not caring much about what other people think.
     
  3. KeyFin

    KeyFin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Well, if the charges are true and the league investigates (which you know they will), the assault will come with a few games off I'm guessing. I agree with you...he's not a criminal...yet he did commit multiple criminal actions destroying property and putting his hands on someone. I don't know CA's renter laws but in some states, willful destruction of property for the amount being accused is a felony.
     
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  4. Carmen Cygni

    Carmen Cygni Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    If we ever win the Super Bowl, IDGAF what our players do afterwards. Just sayin'.
     
  5. Pauly

    Pauly Season Ticket Holder

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    As far as I understand it, there wasn’t any property damage. The homeowner had a ‘no party’ clause in the rental and invoked it 5 times for 25 grand.

    Ajayi’s not my idea of a class act, but I can understand him thinking he was getting scammed.

    If there was actual property damage, then my opinion changes.
     
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  6. KeyFin

    KeyFin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    From what I read, I think he/his guests broke a table and scratched up some floors....which could be a total of $100 damage or $10k in a mansion...who knows?
     
  7. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Just a Guy Club Member

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    Everything else being equal, I'd prefer that our players weren't total jackasses.
     
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  8. Tin Indian

    Tin Indian Rockin' The Bottom End

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    You think there is something here that relates to his trade?

    Just Sayin'.
     
  9. jdallen1222

    jdallen1222 Señor Member

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    So long as it doesn't affect me directly I am shamefully ok with this.
     
  10. danmarino

    danmarino Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    I'm curious as to why they are calling a 6000 sqft home a "mansion"? lol
     
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  11. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Just a Guy Club Member

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    6000 is pretty damn big! And I'm presuming that it's probably really nice.
     
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  12. danmarino

    danmarino Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Don't get me wrong, 6000 is big, but a mansion?
     
  13. djphinfan

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    yeah Im not about winning at all costs, unless its on the field and were talking about effort.
     
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  14. Galant

    Galant Well-Known Member

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    There's apparently some question about the home owner's character and the chance he's someone who goes after celebrities with law suits.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bl...mansion-shoved-owner-philadelphia-los-angeles

    Either way, Ajayi is no longer a Dolphin and it really doesn't matter what he does or doesn't do, on the field or off it, because the minute he left both he and the Dolphins took different paths. There will never be any way to know what would have been had he been kept.
     
  15. KeyFin

    KeyFin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Well, there is if Ajayi gets time off from this- we know his production would have been zero.

    It is pretty funny that he sued Ajayi and Beyonce for the same $25k. It reminds me of the old South Park episode where the Lockness Monster wanted $3.50 from Chef's parents. Here's an audio clip of those parts-



    To me that was the funniest episode EVER!
     
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  16. rackhound

    rackhound Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Yeah that’s strange....My house is 1000 square foot and its just a 2 bedroom small home, I don’t even have a dining room......just for a little perspective. Even if my house was 6 times as big it would just be a large house like 4-5 bedrooms 2 full bathrooms a dining room and a den, maybe a sun room/solarium whatever you call that where your from, a nice house for sure, but not what I think of when you say mansion.
     
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  17. Silverphin

    Silverphin Rusty Smith is back!

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    A TMZ report?

    Yeeeaaah, I'm gonna need receipts.
     
  18. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Just a Guy Club Member

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    I suppose that mansion is in the eye of the beholder. However, having spent a ton of time looking at house plans over the past few years as my wife and I prepared to build our own (more reasonably sized!) house, I can tell you that there are certainly houses that size that I would absolutely consider to be a mansion. A very quick search on my favorite floor plan site came up with these examples.

    \https://www.architecturaldesigns.com/house-plans/four-second-floor-balconies-31822dn

    https://www.architecturaldesigns.com/house-plans/luxury-craftsman-home-plan-23299jd

    https://www.architecturaldesigns.com/house-plans/spanish-villa-with-studio-82005ka

    https://www.architecturaldesigns.com/house-plans/best-in-class-in-two-versions-31803dn
     
  19. smahtaz

    smahtaz Pimpin Ain't Easy Club Member

    This my friends is why we are swirling down the toilet. A smart guy condoning idiocy.
     
  20. Puka-head

    Puka-head My2nd Fav team:___vs Jets

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    Or maybe it's because we think it's OK to call another persons opinion or Point of View idiocy.

    I happen to agree. I think the NFL should stop legislating morality as much as the USGOV should. I would face disciplinary action for convictions or violations of the law in certain circumstances at my business. But unless I was convicted of a crime my business is and should be mine.

    We certainly shouldn't be holding football players to a higher standard than Senators.
     
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  21. danmarino

    danmarino Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    My current home is just under 6000 sq ft of finished living space. 5 BR's, 4 baths, a dining room, great room, living room, and a den. The house we are building this fall is right at 8,000 finished and 10,000 in total. I wouldn't consider either a mansion. When I think of a mansion I picture this:

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  22. danmarino

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    Not all opinions are equal and some are most certainly idiotic. (I'm not talking about Carmen's opinion, BTW) I do disagree with him, though. There is nothing wrong with calling an opinion stupid.

    I think society as a whole has stopped legislating morality and that's one of the reasons we have people shooting up schools and Dr's molesting their patients. I think that's smahtaz's point.

    How about we hold all people to the same standards regardless of their position in society?
     
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  23. Triggercut

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  24. smahtaz

    smahtaz Pimpin Ain't Easy Club Member

    I wasn't calling the opinion idiocy. I was calling trashing someone's property and assaulting them idiocy. I just don't understand why it becomes OK just because you won something.
     
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  25. Triggercut

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    Morality is just one entity forcing another entity to behave a certain way. It is curious, therefore, that Puka-head wants to force the NFL or the USGOV to behave in a manner Puka-head thinks is satisfactory.
     
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  26. Nappy Roots

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    Dayum. Lemme hold 20
     
  27. KeyFin

    KeyFin Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Are you counting a basement (finished or unfinished) in that 8k/10k home? That is pretty darn big! On Realtor.com, it says, "Technically, realtors term mansions as houses that have at least 8,000 square feet of floor space." Others say anything 5k+ is a mansion.

    You have to remember, the median home size in the US is 1054 square feet, so your big house is definitely impressive.
     
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  28. danmarino

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    Yeah....the 8k sq ft is including the finished, walk-out basement. The first floor is about 4k sq ft, 2nd floor is about 2k, and the finished part of the basement is about 2k. It's 10k sq ft if you include the part of the basement we will use for just storage.

    I'm not saying that it won't be a very big house, I just never considered something like that a "mansion". Also, I've read where the average median home size in the U.S. is 2600 sq ft.
     
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  29. Fin-O

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    My wife and i are actually in contract on a 5400 sq ft home....

    Its nice, but HARDLY a mansion. It is on 2.7 acres in Dublin, OH which is a rarity as fast as that city is growing...which is why I gave in to her desire to get that place. Because it is very overpriced.

    But mansion??? Na
     
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  30. danmarino

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    The lot is the main reason we are building. Our current house sits on a lot less than 3/4 of an acre. Our new house will sit on a lot over 4 acres and backs up to what's called the greenbelt. That's basically a nature preserve and no one can build on it. So in essence we will have over 1000 acres behind us. :)
     
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  31. Puka-head

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    That was one of the most disagreeable agreements I've ever seen. Well done :knucks:
     
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  32. Puka-head

    Puka-head My2nd Fav team:___vs Jets

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    From your fingers to Gods. World would be a whole lot less complicated if everybody would just shut the flip up and do what the flip I tell them too. :flag:

    Unfortunately I have good hair and larger than average hands so I am unqualified for evil dumbazz dictator work. :censored:
     
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  33. The_Dark_Knight

    The_Dark_Knight Defender of the Truth

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    And THIS is the problem with sports today.
     
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  34. Tin Indian

    Tin Indian Rockin' The Bottom End

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    LMAO!
     
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  35. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Just a Guy Club Member

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    How cow, man!

    My previous house was 1650 sq ft after we expanded and remodeled it. The house I'm building now, which is where my wife and I will live forever probably, has a 1400 sq ft main level, a 500 ft bonus room upstairs, and a 1400ish partially finished basement. 3300 sq ft if I'm being as liberal as I can be. Also three porches/decks.

    I wonder what the "average" would be if you lopped off the giant ones at the top end? Looking at houses in my area over the past years when we were thinking of buying, the overwhelming majority fall between 1000-2200 sq ft. 3000 is really big, if you aren't counting a basement. 5000 would be less than 1% of the listings. And almost always over a million dollars.
     
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  36. KeyFin

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    My home is 3,600 square feet, but I also have a 1k cabin and a 600 sq/ft detached garage, plus tons of decks, a concrete pool area, etc. on 5 acres with a big pond in the back. Do you know how much my home is worth? I have no freaking idea because there's not a comp like it within a 100 mile radius. In 2008 it was appraised at 707k....and appraised at 299k in 2011 when we bought it. Zillow says today it's worth 415k but it doesn't know we built the cabin.

    So a little advice- if you're building your "forever home" but may not actually be there forever, you could actually lose a big chunk of change by going too custom. My home's value is somewhere in the 300-600k range and that's pretty frustrating not knowing.
     
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  37. danmarino

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    The home we are building will be plenty custom, but not weird or the biggest around. And that's the key, Key. lol....Never have the biggest or most expensive house within a certain area.

    Saying that, we won't be moving again. This is it. So I don't feel bad doing a few outlandish things in order to get what we want. So far we are looking at about $350/sq ft because of the finishes. My wife describes the look as "Southern plantation meets the Hamptons"...lol...But when it comes down to it, the land and surrounding area is why we bought the lot.
     
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  38. invid

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    Should we move this thread to the Real Estate subforum?


    I keed.
     
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  39. Unlucky 13

    Unlucky 13 Just a Guy Club Member

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    I'm cool with that. We've also spoken in my own thread about building a house. Happy to move the conversation there if everyone likes!
     
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  40. JPPT1974

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    Glad that the Fins got rid of him. As really good riddance there.
     
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