Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Avery, Jul 7, 2016.
And all of sports media is calling him a douche.
Ex-Ranger Sean Avery thinks it’s funny to ask homeless people the time on Snapchat
MARK FISCHER JUL 6, 2016 11:55 AM
Sean Avery is more obnoxious off the ice than he ever was on it.
The former Rangers agitator shared snapchat videos of him waking up homeless people to ask them for the time over the weekend.
Avery, who spent six seasons with the Blueshirts over two stints, took to Twitter to defend his actions after people got on him for harassing the homeless.
“Next time someone asks me for the time while I’m standing on the street I’m calling the police…..#Harrasement," Avery shared with over 54,000 followers.
He even defined the word in a later tweet.
“Harassment (the act of systematic and/or continued unwanted and annoying actions of one party or a group, including THREATS and DEMANDS,” he added.
Isn't he a polesmoker? fuck this guy.
Sounds like he's ripping off the Bumhunter gag from 15 years ago
Girls used to ask me this question in high school. I always responded with the correct time.
He got longhorn's av in her prime. No homo.
You mean Elisha Cuthbert? Yeah he fucked her. Then he turned gay
I'm sure he'll be homeless like most idiot ex pro athletes soon enough
An unfunny idea - sounds like something lame that the Stern show backroom staffers would be pitching.
The New Avery Rule is based on two simple words: per diem. It’s the spending money the team gives you, and it’s about as free as money gets for a professional athlete. When I was in the NHL, we received $96 a day in per diem money during training camp (that’s 30 days, or $2,880) and for each day we were away for road games. The NHL schedule has 41 road games per team, and if you play out west, the travel schedule is brutal, so you could easily rack up 100 per diem days a season, plus training camp. That’s $12,480. All tax-free.
Consider some misleading facts: The average NHL career is five-and-a-half years long and the average NHL salary is $2.4 million. So the average guy should have a total of $13.2 million at the end of his playing days. That’s more than enough to live happily ever after.
In truth, it isn’t. Taxes take about half (if you take no evasive tax action), agent and management fees take 25 percent, and the NHL snatches another 20 percent to put in escrow, which the owners balance out at the end of the season. Sometimes, they use the players’ cash to help small-market teams. Sometimes we’d get a refund. But for The New Avery Rule purposes, consider it gone
He knows hot chicks hang out with fags.
I know he's your name sake but come on the proof is out there.
It looks like that scmidtts gay snl skit!
He got rachel hunter too. No homo.