Sig Ep President Mike Cocke Takes You On A Tour Of The Mansion They Just Lost To GDIs

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Nice Move

I get it, “enough with the Sig Ep shit already.”

I know we’ve covered this saga extensively, and even updated the story from yesterday about their eviction, but there’s just something about a guy named Mike Cocke jovially leading a house tour of the mansion that he and his chapter are unknowingly about to lose that I had to run with. It’s just too good.

I mean look at Mike Cocke’s face here:

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The kid’s got it all, so giddy. Just on top of the world. Little does he know it’s about to all come crashing down and get ripped right out of his hands, and not just that remote control — the whole shebang.

Let Mr. Cocke take you on a tour of their brand new $5 million home. Embedding has been disabled, so CLICK HERE to watch the video.

Here are a few of the observations I made while watching:

1. Heather Smart Evans has some serious sex appeal.

2. Right on the golf course. Damn.

3. Mike goes by Michael, but who’s he kidding?

4. This house is ridiculous.

5. Mike Cocke is a little camera shy.

6. Forced and awkward laugh at 1:30 felt forced and awkward.

7. $100 says the girl at 1:57 is below a 4 in the facial region. That’s why she didn’t turn to face the camera.

8. I want that kitchen for my house.

9. Mike Cocke lets us know he doesn’t do any dishes. Power move.

10. Boom. Elevator.

11. VT jersey + no shoes = just got laid.

12. They “lax” in the lawn when a golf course is right outside. Shameful.

13. N64. Solid.

14. At 4:00, hey doofus, your flag is hanging the wrong way. Shape up or ship out.

15. Farewell, Mike Cocke. For good.




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      “When the flag is displayed in a manner other than by being flown from a staff, it should be displayed flat, whether indoors or out. When displayed either horizontally or vertically against a wall, the union should be uppermost and to the flag’s own right, that is, to the observer’s left. When displayed in a window it should be displayed in the same way, that is with the union or blue field to the left of the observer in the street. When festoons, rosettes or drapings are desired, bunting of blue, white and red should be used, but never the flag.”

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    Can you please keep an eye on this Mike Cocke character? He’s got some real star potential here. Maybe make a weekly article about his travels and tribulations? All I’m saying is, who doesn’t want more of Mike Cocke?

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