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May 24, 2012

5/24 Episode of Poor Man’s PTI: Soft

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Ryan and Vin discuss the NBA playoffs, Jon Kitna as Prezbo, Isaiah Thomas’ snub, Dodgers fans, and how Wes Welker could become the greatest athlete of all time.

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You can download this week’s podcast directly (running time 90 mins) or subscribe to the feed.

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This week’s topics include:

  • Celtics-Sixers / Pacers-Heat
  • Jon Kitna is the new Prezbo
  • Wes Welker could’ve been a folk hero
  • Jumping on the SF Warriors bandwagon
  • Technical difficulties
  • Shane Doan is really upset
  • Who will be the DC Comics gay character?
  • Not news: Dodgers fans assault rival fan
  • Top 10 List: Broke Ass Athletes

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The Top 10 Broke Ass Athletes

10. Kenny Anderson ($60M career earnings) – 8 kids
9. Mark Brunell ($50M) – $25M in the hole due to real estate investments
8. Lawrence Taylor ($50M) – drugs, hookers, legal fees
7. Latrell Sprewell ($50M) – couldn’t feed his family
6. Deuce McCalister ($70M) – doesn’t know how to run a car dealership
5. Lenny Dykstra – lost over $100 million which is at least $31M more than he had
4. Antoine Walker ($110M) – entourage got too big
3. Scottie Pipper ($120M) – bad investment / bad management
2. Evander Holyfield ($250M) – bad investments and 11 kids
1. Mike Tyson ($400M) – drugs, bad investments, fellatious women

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