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Eli Manning Wins a Topless Corvette

Congratulations to Tom Brady Eli Manning for winning Super Bowl 2012.

As part of that winning experience Eli gets to drive home in a brand new Collectors Edition 2012 Chevrolet Sports Corvette. How much will that cost in weight on the airplane?

I would think he would run over, jump in and have a fondle of his new vehicle, but he appears to have the air that he already has one or he has a better topless vehicle waiting for him if he ever gets out of that massive crowd and home again. Maybe he will give it to his brother?

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13 thoughts on “Eli Manning Wins a Topless Corvette

  1. i think it is about time that we stop blaming the ones that worked hard, got an education and have some level of success. When those that complain about what others have learn to put their minds to work and think about what they can do to change there own lifes then this country we live in will be come great again. We need to stop enabling those that can work by asking everyone else to pay the their way.

    Posted by steve | February 7, 2012, 1:17 pm
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      Posted by toplessdriver | February 6, 2012, 8:21 pm
    • The federal taxes he pays on the car will be over $20,000. That should take care of pension checks for one government worker for a couple of months. It’s a free car but you get to pay 38% taxes on the overpriced sticker.

      Posted by mike | February 7, 2012, 6:05 am
  3. He win the Superbowl…yes! He gets paid millions for it…yes! There are soldiers, police officers, firefighters and teachers making a bigger impact on our everyday lives…there are countless families losing their homes, jobs and health insurance…Yes! But hey Eli…here’s keys to your new corvette! Paaaaaaalease!!! Glad he won…but they lost me on this…now I am beyond disgusted!!!

    Posted by Pamela Wenger | February 6, 2012, 9:50 am
    • You make an excellent point. That is how I felt last night too. He didn’t seem overly thrilled or even noticed. It looked like it was just another part of his paycheck. I sure hope he auctions if off for charity. He can’t drive it home anyway. Plus – is this really the right gift for MVP? Should there even be a gift for the MVP especially in our economic times? Should the Superbowl have been seen to be cutting back too this year?

      Posted by toplessdriver | February 6, 2012, 8:17 pm
      • Most say that they auction off the vehicles, however his comment to his 10 month old pertaining to her having a new car as she slobbered the keys in her adorable mouth, made me nauseous! I think if you are in it for the love of the sport there should just be an award, metal or trophy…not an extravagant car. I just feel it was in poor taste of Cheverlet, The NFL…all involved in such excess in such a time of turmoil that our country is facing. I hope Eli does the right thing…auctions it off, locates a local family in need…whether helping them save their home, pay for medical needs, keep their electric on…something…not just a charity where the funds go to admin first! Thank you for letting me vent!

        Posted by Pamela Wenger | February 6, 2012, 9:07 pm
    • He pays a lot in taxes for those you mentioned. 47% pay no federal taxes. He can keep it if he wants it. My neighbor is doing mighty fine with his new Silverado. Maybe he should help the other guy down the road in a trailer with a 81 Toyota. One has a 50,000 truck and the other 500 dollar. One a below ground pool, the other none. Isn’t fair! Maybe you have something that isn’t fair to someone else.

      only thing I know about firemen is my neighbor the fireman sneaked home for ten years around 1am when he was suppose to be sleeping in the firehouse. Sneaked back about 5am. I’m not nosy just wondered who was driving around the neighborhood with no headlights so as to not be seen. Police? Here they just set up road blocks on main roads while neighborhoods two to three miles away are over run with crime

      Posted by Max | February 7, 2012, 2:02 am
      • My opinion…he throws a ball for a few hours a night a few months out of a year…my brother list 6 of his men when his helicopter was shot down in Afganistan…all making less than $50,000 a year…my father lost friends in the fire department in 9/11…teachers at my sons school have lost their homes because their spouses lost their jobs, my ex list his job and in order for my children to have health insurance, cobra cost $1700 a month…$60 more dollars a month than he brought home in unemployment…so his tad bit of taxes out of over payed job…all of his other income from frivolous commercials…signings….is beyond ridiculous and disgusting. Point being, these athletes do not deserve what they get paid for what they do…but people buy into it…and the “real” men and women that make this world go round are suffering day in and day out. Look outside your neighborhood…your points are “boxed in”…take a look at the nation as a whole…it’s not good…so yes again…this car thing was a slap in the face to many Americans!!!!!

        Posted by Pamela Wenger | February 7, 2012, 7:11 am
      • If you are going to quote figures, make sure you include all the facts — the reason 47% don’t pay federal taxes is because THEY DON’T MAKE ENOUGH TO EVEN PAY TAXES! Quoting the 47% number sounds fantastic in implying it is just cheats who don’t bother paying, period. Looking at the reasons behind that figure tell a different story. If you want to talk about cheating taxes, how about the corporate sucklords who make million/billion dollar profits yet pay zero in American taxes? Is that fair?

        You also complain about the neighborhoods overrun with crime while police only set up roadblocks — but it is OK to deplete the budget so there are even less police in less neighborhoods so they are relegated to being nothing more than toll booths for speeders and those without seat belts?

        As for your neighbor who is doing mighty fine — yeah, maybe he should help his neighbor who is struggling. It used to be a GOOD thing to help someone who was struggling while you had more than you needed.

        Posted by Indigo Spider | February 11, 2012, 12:56 pm
      • Couldn’t have said it better…or agree more. Where did helping each other become a bad thing?

        Posted by Pamela Wenger | February 11, 2012, 2:14 pm

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