• Transferring

  • Transfer once, no problem. Transfer twice, maybe the problem is the person you see in the mirror.

  • Calvert from BYU? I don’t believe he is a KU level player.

  • @Crimsonorblue22 Where are you seeing this? I can’t find any recent news reports about our favorite girl.

  • I was really hoping we’d get that Calvert. LOL

  • Girl from kuwbb

  • Sorry busy

  • @Crimsonorblue22 Yikes, adding KU to the search brings up all those bad reminder articles from the KC Rag!

    She could possibly get a waiver from sitting out due to circumstances. We all might question how it happened, but technically she is the named victim in a formal criminal proceeding, and I suspect the NCAA goes easy when that happens. I cannot imagine how she would fare if she stayed in a town that is probably 95% convinced she tried to ruin LV and JJ…

  • Could it be that Self is engaged in some misdirection to bring in KU’s first woman hoopah to play mens D1?

    She’s a transfer.

    She is from a lesser program than KU.

    She reputedly has a little baggage from having transferred once before.

    And she was not on the men’s OAD, or 5-star rankings, as a high schooler.

    If the shoe fits…

  • @jaybate-1.0 relentless! We are just going to have to win a championship with the transfers before you give it a chance.

  • @approxinfinity

    No, no, no, I’ve started doing stretching exercises every day.

    Soon I will be able to get myself around this new Age of Aquarius 2.0 regarding transfers.

    Look, things could be a lot worse than KU loading up on transfers.

    Look at Trump feeling he had to fire Comey!

    And then warn him there might be “tapes,” when Comey starts “leaking” about Trump!!!

    OMG! OMG! OMG!

    This is not just Reality TV.

    This is Reality Reality.

    Regardless of what one thinks of Trump, it took some kind of new super alloy balls to fire the NY guy that appointed Patrick Fitzgerald the special prosecutor in the Valerie Plaime CIA agent outing case back under Dubya (and so got Cheney’s pal Scooter Libby convicted), while at the same time reputedly miraculously keeping black drug money laundering out of the Plaime case, and then Comey had the chutzpah to join the board of directors of HSBC bank holding company that the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists reputedly later revealed to be a major launderer of drug monies for the drug cartels during that time, BEFORE Comey became director of the FBI!!! Talk about weird and twisted!!!

    By god, I will be happy to do my stretching exercises and sooner or later get my head around this “transfer strategy”, if only so as to take breaks from learning such bizarre things about public officials.

    Help me, help me, help me, I think I am going insane!!! :face_palm:

    Rock Chalk!

  • @approxinfinity

    Hey, I just added more to my post without knowing you upvoted the first part of my post. Feel free to remove your up vote, if what I added is not something you want to approve.

    I just had to say SOMETHING about this Trump-Comey mess today. Its all too weird for words.

  • @jaybate-1.0 no worries. Appreciate the integrity. The Comey drug monies thing is news to me. Will have to read up.

    Here’s a little DIY project to keep your mind off the insanity.

  • @approxinfinity

    I’m still in shock trying to decide how credible any of it might be. So far I haven’t found anything claiming Comey actually did anything wrong back then. The only connection is Comey on the board of this HSBC bank holding company prior to becoming FBI Director that astonished me. What the heck was a Federal prosecutor doing on the board of a major bank, much less one later reputed to be involved in drug money laundering. Its apparently old news from back in that era that I never heard of back then. I recalled only that Comey was a Federal prosecutor that appointed Patrick Fitzgerald to be special prosecutor and that seemed to make him a good guy in most everyone’s mind at the time, because it seemed dirty pool to out a CIA agent. But this International Consortium of Investigative Reporters piece supposedly alleges that HSBC was involved in some seriously shady stuff. Check Comey’s wiki page for starters. What a world!!!

  • @approxinfinity

    Thx. I’m getting too old for anymore major political scandals. I came of age on Watergate. lt was foul and reputedly only touched the tip of a deep, ugly ice berg. I always wondered if it were a distraction away from Nixon and ITT. Then all the other awful scandals that have followed. I hope this turns out to be a tempest in a tea pot.

  • @jaybate-1.0 Hmm. The silver lining to the Trump administration is how overtly stupid they are. Where there is stupidity there is transparency. Who knows what other shady business happened under Slick Willie that will never see the light of day.

  • I work very hard not to engage in political talk here. My wife is proud of me.

  • @HighEliteMajor Me too. Besides, my wife once called me deplorable before Hillary made it fashionable.

  • @HighEliteMajor @brooksmd

    Lol. Alright guys! What a weird world. I’m the instigator and you guys are telling me to simmah down! Point taken.

  • @jaybate-1.0 I don’t recall the details, but I don’t think HSBC was intentionally involved in shady stuff. I believe they got in big trouble for a lack of internal controls which allowed illegal funds to move through the bank. Willful blindness can be deemed illegal. Of course, the board is ultimately responsible for what goes on in an organization. I think the bank was guilty of poor internal controls.

  • @Hawk8086

    Hope so, but read this before final conclusions. It’s suggests something pretty scary.

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