Panthers Congrats on 2-14

Re: Panthers Congrats on 2-14

Postby SouthernYokel » 09 Mar 2017, 14:00

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TheWolf wrote:Even I understood that one. I trust #s is familiar with this jam, too.


nope, new to me.


Maybe this one is an age thing. Despite my advanced case of whiteness, it was not possible to be 15 years old when that song was released and hear it less than 85 times a week. #s may very well be whiter than me, but I'm not sure is definitive proof.


Its also currently being used as a sample in a top 10 billboard hit. And by sample i mean its just return of the mack with a lady singing over it and 1 rap verse. Music is dead
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Re: Panthers Congrats on 2-14

Postby CourtesyFlush » 10 Mar 2017, 09:23

The Long Dick of the Law wrote:So nope, don't care how traitorous or horrible it makes me as a fan, I'm done. The Bills were smart enough to keep Tyrod so I'll be rooting for them and I've always like Carolina and my dad's side is from NC and one of them gave me a jersey for the immortal Tim Biakabutuka back in the day so I'll join rubby and yoke and maybe someday we'll all be happy. And now I can laugh and point at these #idiots and know I have zero emotional investment in them because they're a clownshowfraudshamockery on par with Cleveland. Detroit and Oakland are better run! Adios, muchachos, #ArtMonk4lyfe

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Re: Panthers Congrats on 2-14

Postby The Long Dick of the Law » 10 Mar 2017, 09:29

CourtesyFlush wrote:
The Long Dick of the Law wrote:So nope, don't care how traitorous or horrible it makes me as a fan, I'm done. The Bills were smart enough to keep Tyrod so I'll be rooting for them and I've always like Carolina and my dad's side is from NC and one of them gave me a jersey for the immortal Tim Biakabutuka back in the day so I'll join rubby and yoke and maybe someday we'll all be happy. And now I can laugh and point at these #idiots and know I have zero emotional investment in them because they're a clownshowfraudshamockery on par with Cleveland. Detroit and Oakland are better run! Adios, muchachos, #ArtMonk4lyfe

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Re: Panthers Congrats on 2-14

Postby CourtesyFlush » 13 Mar 2017, 08:30

So the Panthers brought back Julius Peppers and Captain Munnerlyn. Like them as complementary pieces at this point in their careers. Getting rid of Kony Ealy for virtually nothing in return shows the organization didn't have much faith in his ability. Dude's high water mark was his performance in SB50.

Still would like for them to look at the following areas in the draft: OL, RB, WR, DE.
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Re: Panthers Congrats on 2-14

Postby SouthernYokel » 13 Mar 2017, 10:33

CourtesyFlush wrote:So the Panthers brought back Julius Peppers and Captain Munnerlyn. Like them as complementary pieces at this point in their careers. Getting rid of Kony Ealy for virtually nothing in return shows the organization didn't have much faith in his ability. Dude's high water mark was his performance in SB50.

Still would like for them to look at the following areas in the draft: OL, RB, WR, DE.


i think the pats are right about Kony. He might have been unhappy here though.
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