Jim Nantz: Greater Beta Male Who Pays a Lot for Pusssy

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Who is Jim Nantz?

Jim Nantz is a sportscaster who has worked for CBS Sports since the 1980s. He has had numerous high profile assignments at CBS. He has been CBS' lead play-by-play announcer for the NFL since the 2004-05 season and has provided play-by-play for 6 Super Bowls in that capacity. He was the CBS' lead play-by-play announcer for college basketball from the 1990-91 season until the recently completed 2022-23 season, announcing 32 Final Fours. He leads coverage of the most prestigious pro golf tournament annually, The Masters.

While in college in the late 1970s/early 1980s, he competed in NCAA golf. That's a possible alpha male indicator. Being an ex-athlete is rare among by play-by-play announcers, who are typically journalists announcing sports games beside ex-pro athletes/coaches in a given sport.

Below is a recent picture of Jim Nantz. He is currently 63 years old. He does have the Big 3 that @Mike32ct has identified. He is 6'3", has good hair, and CBS pays him a lot of money. In 2009, CBS was paying him close to $4 million/year and he earned nearly $3 million a year from endorsements. By 2021, CBS had upped his salary to $10.5 million a year and he likely has some endorsement money in addition to that.


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Why is he a Greater Beta Male Who Pays a Lot for Pusssy?

Like many Baby Boomers, Nantz believes in the fairytale of marriage because marriage worked in his parents' generation. His first marriage failed and he didn't have a good enough lawyer when he got divorced. He didn't appear to learn a lesson from a failed first marriage and he got married a 2nd time.

While he was a college golfer and had the potential for having alpha male status, he met a woman and later married his college sweetheart. They were married for 26 years, divorcing in 2009 when Jim Nantz was around age 50. They had one daughter. The marriage seemed to be complete crap near the end. Nantz's now ex-wife Lorrie was more interested in spending his money than spending time with him. She spent $1 million at a high end clothing and jewelry boutique during the 2000s. This clearly shows that Jim Nantz violated Iron Rule of Tomassi #1 during the marriage. Iron Rule of Tomassi #1 states that Frame is Everything. No man with strong frame is going to allow a woman to spend that much of his hard earned money.

As a part of the 2009 divorce settlement, Nantz must pay his ex-wife $72,000/month ($864,000/year) until he dies or she re-marries. When she's making $864,000/year for doing nothing, she has no incentive to re-marry. As a result of this divorce settlement, Nantz is likely to be working until he dies or is too senile to keep working. He also had to pay some child support for a few years because their daughter was 15 at the time of divorce and he had to pay for her expenses in getting a bachelor's degree. His daughter from that marriage is now 28 (soon to be 29) and out of college, so that's done.

After his divorce, he used his height, hair, and money to attract and later marry a woman 20 years younger than he is. However, the downside in being a 50+ guy with a much younger wife is that a younger woman typically wants kids. Right now, Nantz is a 63 year old guy with 2 kids under 10. How many guys really want to spend their 60s chasing after K-12 aged children? Sounds unpleasant to me. I'm sure his 2nd wife requires financial upkeep too. A guy does need money to have a girlfriend/wife 20 years younger.

If his current wife ever leaves him, Nantz would be in a really bad spot financially. There's a decent chance that could happen.





Lessons From the Jim Nantz Story

1. Men of financial means have too much to risk in marriage. Middle class men can get financially wiped out in a divorce. Nantz won't be able to enjoy retirement now because of his 1st divorce and has risk in his 2nd marriage.
2. The American family court system is grossly unfair.
3. Follow the Iron Rules of Tomassi, especially Iron Rule #1 and hold frame.
4. The Jim Nantz story is applicable to men outside of the extremely wealthy. There are plenty of 50-65 year old men who are a lot like Nantz. They are mid-to-upper level corporate executives, lawyers, and doctors. They might not make as much money as Nantz but they often act like Nantz after his 1st divorce, often using money to get a much younger girlfriend and/or wife. This is not the proper frame for them but sometimes these men perceive that is their only choice for getting their penises wet.
 

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You take one listen to this dude and you can tell he's a cuck. Kevin Harlan he is not.
 

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I don't think you mentioned if he has a prenup and second marriage that can make all the difference I always liked him and bryant gumbel was okay as well.
 

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Here's Kevin Harlan's voice. Note the expressiveness compared to Nance. Harlan has fire. Nance has a mollifying tone. Cucks like to mollify.

 

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Here's Kevin Harlan's voice. Note the expressiveness compared to Nance. Harlan has fire. Nance has a mollifying tone. Cucks like to mollify.

This is good, there's a way to compare the excitement of Kevin Harlan to the more neutral tones of a Jim Nantz. I liked your use of the word mollifying.

It appears that Kevin Harlan has not been divorced unlike Jim Nantz.

 

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Who is Jim Nantz?

Jim Nantz is a sportscaster who has worked for CBS Sports since the 1980s. He has had numerous high profile assignments at CBS. He has been CBS' lead play-by-play announcer for the NFL since the 2004-05 season and has provided play-by-play for 6 Super Bowls in that capacity. He was the CBS' lead play-by-play announcer for college basketball from the 1990-91 season until the recently completed 2022-23 season, announcing 32 Final Fours. He leads coverage of the most prestigious pro golf tournament annually, The Masters.

While in college in the late 1970s/early 1980s, he competed in NCAA golf. That's a possible alpha male indicator. Being an ex-athlete is rare among by play-by-play announcers, who are typically journalists announcing sports games beside ex-pro athletes/coaches in a given sport.

Below is a recent picture of Jim Nantz. He is currently 63 years old. He does have the Big 3 that @Mike32ct has identified. He is 6'3", has good hair, and CBS pays him a lot of money. In 2009, CBS was paying him close to $4 million/year and he earned nearly $3 million a year from endorsements. By 2021, CBS had upped his salary to $10.5 million a year and he likely has some endorsement money in addition to that.


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Why is he a Greater Beta Male Who Pays a Lot for Pusssy?

Like many Baby Boomers, Nantz believes in the fairytale of marriage because marriage worked in his parents' generation. His first marriage failed and he didn't have a good enough lawyer when he got divorced. He didn't appear to learn a lesson from a failed first marriage and he got married a 2nd time.

While he was a college golfer and had the potential for having alpha male status, he met a woman and later married his college sweetheart. They were married for 26 years, divorcing in 2009 when Jim Nantz was around age 50. They had one daughter. The marriage seemed to be complete crap near the end. Nantz's now ex-wife Lorrie was more interested in spending his money than spending time with him. She spent $1 million at a high end clothing and jewelry boutique during the 2000s. This clearly shows that Jim Nantz violated Iron Rule of Tomassi #1 during the marriage. Iron Rule of Tomassi #1 states that Frame is Everything. No man with strong frame is going to allow a woman to spend that much of his hard earned money.

As a part of the 2009 divorce settlement, Nantz must pay his ex-wife $72,000/month ($864,000/year) until he dies or she re-marries. When she's making $864,000/year for doing nothing, she has no incentive to re-marry. As a result of this divorce settlement, Nantz is likely to be working until he dies or is too senile to keep working. He also had to pay some child support for a few years because their daughter was 15 at the time of divorce and he had to pay for her expenses in getting a bachelor's degree. His daughter from that marriage is now 28 (soon to be 29) and out of college, so that's done.

After his divorce, he used his height, hair, and money to attract and later marry a woman 20 years younger than he is. However, the downside in being a 50+ guy with a much younger wife is that a younger woman typically wants kids. Right now, Nantz is a 63 year old guy with 2 kids under 10. How many guys really want to spend their 60s chasing after K-12 aged children? Sounds unpleasant to me. I'm sure his 2nd wife requires financial upkeep too. A guy does need money to have a girlfriend/wife 20 years younger.

If his current wife ever leaves him, Nantz would be in a really bad spot financially. There's a decent chance that could happen.





Lessons From the Jim Nantz Story

1. Men of financial means have too much to risk in marriage. Middle class men can get financially wiped out in a divorce. Nantz won't be able to enjoy retirement now because of his 1st divorce and has risk in his 2nd marriage.
2. The American family court system is grossly unfair.
3. Follow the Iron Rules of Tomassi, especially Iron Rule #1 and hold frame.
4. The Jim Nantz story is applicable to men outside of the extremely wealthy. There are plenty of 50-65 year old men who are a lot like Nantz. They are mid-to-upper level corporate executives, lawyers, and doctors. They might not make as much money as Nantz but they often act like Nantz after his 1st divorce, often using money to get a much younger girlfriend and/or wife. This is not the proper frame for them but sometimes these men perceive that is their only choice for getting their penises wet.
He called a great game in 2010:

 

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When you're tall, goodlooking, succesful and well treated since young age something bad happens...you fail to realize that the world is not a magic fairy land where everyone is nice and all will be good without proper risk management.
 

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Jim Nantz is the play-by-play announcer for Super Bowl LVIII today. Due to his divorce settlement from 2009, he will keep working until he dies or is too senile to work. This is not likely to be Nantz's final Super Bowl broadcast.
 
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