I retired in 2014 and haven't worked since. I'm living off the money I have in the bank. House paid in full, no car notes, only 2 credit cards, I'm single with no kids.
[size=5>You're just reposting links to threads where you offered no thoughts of your own.
And you're [I]still [/I]offering no thoughts of your own, just the links.[/size]
Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre questioned by FBI in connection with welfare scandal in Mississippi
Legendary former NFL quarterback Brett Favre has been questioned by the FBI in a scandal over misappropriated welfare funds in the longtime Green Bay Packers star’s native Mississippi.
The state of Mississippi gave Favre $1.1 million in 2017 and 2018 to deliver speeches. Not only did the Hall of Fame quarterback not give the speeches, but the money he was paid had been drawn from federal welfare funds. Consequently, Mississippi’s state auditor forced Favre to return the money, with interest. Favre reportedly has repaid the $1.1 million but not the $228,000 interest as yet. Favre, born in 1969 in Gulfport, Miss., also lobbied for a multimillion-dollar grant for a drug company in which he was the biggest shareholder, as well as $5 million for a new volleyball arena at the University of Southern Mississippi, where his daughter was on the volleyball team and where the future NFL Hall of Famer was himself a college athlete.
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