Seriously, would you spend a half million dollars to buy something called a “cockominium”?
I didn’t think so.
(h/t The Wizard of Odds)
Filed under It's Just Bidness
Sounds like something Quagmire from Family Guy would buy.
The real question is would your wife let you buy an out-of-town pad, near a college campus, that is referred to as a cockominium? Sounds like a tough sell to me.
Sometimes you just have to look at them, smile, shake your head and say “Bless y’all’s hearts.” They’re almost kind of becoming like Georgia Tech in that regard.
You think the name is bad, you should see the signs hanging off the side of that thing. I was down there to see a customer last week whose office is across the street from it. Almost wrecked my car into her building I was laughing so hard.
I agree with Doug – it’s almost pity at this point. They just can’t seem to help it.
I love how the article blames the “bad economy” for the lack of sales and not the fact that THEY JUST CAN’T WIN.
Funny how the “bad economy” didn’t seem to affect UGA fans from ponying up 10+ Grand for the chance to pay even more dough for season tickets.
Georgia ranks “among the nation’s best in the bottom line,” McGarity told the board. — AB-H, 2/12/20
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