Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Beth143nacho, Feb 1, 2015.
Fucker is in rough shape
I got the impression he was drunk as well....last time they win a Super Bowl too.
Good for him man, guy is a class act and has saved the NFL a couple of times
He paid Artie a ton and sent his private jet for him to entertain his family's party, so you know he's classy...
I like how Putin stole Krafts Super Bowl ring and won't give it back.
Watching him right now on NFL Network.......Is a really funny, Classy, Not drunk guy............
Artie and Gary visit Robert Kraft
I jus wanna kish yew
Probably, but he always sounds like that
I had never heard this before but checked into it after your post. Commissioner Rozelle's non-response predates Goodell's executive impotence by 40+ years. Carroll Rosenbloom was quite the character: wonder if he used similar "clever maneuvers" for his business success. Story excerpt below the link (only of interest for fans of NFL history:
It happened because the late Carroll Rosenbloom, who originally owned the Colts and then swapped them for the Rams in 1972, used a clever maneuver to get his hands on the trophy the Colts won when they beat the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V after the 1970 season.
Two years later, the Rams were up for sale and Rosenbloom wanted to own a team in Los Angeles, but didn't want to pay the capital gains tax that would have been due if he'd sold the Colts and bought the Rams.
So he arranged a deal in which the late Bob Irsay bought the Rams and then traded them to Rosenbloom for the Colts.
Since the trophy belongs to the franchise, not the owner, it remained in Baltimore.
Rosenbloom, one of the shrewdest movers and shakers in the history of the league, figured out a way to get possession of it.
When Super Bowl VII was played in Los Angeles after the 1972 season, he told the Colts he was going to have all the trophies in an exhibit at the commissioner's annual Friday night party.
So a Colts employee took it to Los Angeles. It not only wasn't displayed at the party, Rosenbloom never returned it.
When the Colts complained to former commissioner Pete Rozelle, he didn't want to hassle with Rosenbloom, who had a stormy relationship with the commissioner. So Rozelle authorized a replica to be made for the Colts.
That trophy was hauled off to Indianapolis on March 28, 1984, when the Colts made their move in the middle of the night.
Lucky dude was named after mac-n-chee.
he likes them young
"They're just jealous of our love Robin."
Old Crafty's gettin' him some sweet young poontang!
At least he waited fòr his wife to die befòre getting some strange. His wife's family had the $ that started him in biz anyway. He comes from religious Jewish family do you think the pice of ass will convert?
Whats there to like about these people born into money and above all rules / laws.
Maybe it was a bad reaction from the alcohol and Viagra!