Haven't seen really much of Fruscio and I don't really know anything about his talent level, but his energy and enthusiasm I like. Wonder if putting him in for a few minutes here and there to hound some of the opponents guards would be an option? Just to harass a bit, run around like a madman for a few.
Haven't seen really much of Fruscio and I don't really know anything about his talent level,
but his energy and enthusiasm I like. Wonder if putting him in for a few minutes here and there
to hound some of the opponents guards would be an option? Just to harass a bit, run around
like a madman for a few.
And I appreciated the comments about Stire and Charles. They do bring it.
Have you lost your mind?
Ha ha ha.... knew I'd get someone to react that way
Posted by uofalbany
on 29 December 2017 - 12:26 PM
From back when I was a student theyd stop checking tickets after a certain point. Not sure if thats the same. Also are they scanning tickets now or are they just ripping them and having a manually clicker to count?
Certainly disappointing and hurting ourselves with incorrect attendance numbers
When going in the back door from the SEFCU lot they scan tickets upon entry. Last night I went up to the HOF room for a pre-game beer, and just barely finished my beverage in time to make it back into the arena in time for the national anthem. There was still a real long line at the walk-up ticket counter of people buying tickets while the game started. It was definitely a late arriving crowd. Maybe they need to report the attendance as it was at tip?
Posted by uofalbany
on 19 December 2017 - 06:36 PM
$200 in giving for 4 basketball seats, times 0.8 = $160 tax deduction.
What that means to you will be determined by your tax bracket. If you are in a 30% bracket, that means you save $48 on your federal tax liability with the current system.
I'd you don't have enough deductions to itemize instead of using the standard deduction, then the change probably won't effect you at all.
I'm not an expert on the new system, but as I understand it many of the deductions many of us use will go away, but the brackets are wider with lower percentages. Most people will have a lower tax burden, but the higher income earners will see a higher savings in pure dollars. The percentages of savings is a difference story.
I don't want to get political on this site, but here is an amusing video to watch that explains that point on how the tax plan will be spun in terms most sports fans understand. BEER!