ZeroZeroSeven

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  1. Selecting the 2016 Panthers Wide Receivers

    Ginn, Brown and Garrett I'm on the fence with Brown. Thinking Byrd has a shot to beat him out.
  2. 2016 NFL Draft Round 2 General Discussion

    Please elaborate. This doesn't sound good
  3. Bears seeking trade for Martellus Bennett

    Welp... Let him be someone else's problem. We don't need that in the locker room.
  4. Bears seeking trade for Martellus Bennett

    Bears were stupid enough to give us Olsen for a 3rd.
  5. http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/14900403/chicago-bears-trying-find-trade-partner-te-martellus-bennett Could be an upgrade over Dickson. The last time we worked out a trade for a TE worked out pretty well. Maybe we grab this guy for peanuts and get a nice compliment to Olsen. Not sure how to quote the article from my phone.
  6. Carolina Panthers Top 3 Offseason Priorities

    Who could potentially be available at DE this offseason that can rush the passer? A double dip at DE in the draft would be nice if the value is there
  7. Getting ready to change jobs

    My uncle worked for Orlando RV (I think that was the name) in Florida for about 5 years after he retired - he didn't need the income, he just wanted to try something different in retirement after owning his own business for 15+ years. I'm not sure how much he made, but he had a nice house in a development around Lake Mary and he never had to touch any of his retirement accounts. Over half of his clientele were couples nearing or in retirement that wanted to travel in retirement. I think he enjoyed it - said there was a lot to learn about the differences in manufacturers and what they brought to the table as far as features, options, etc. Ultimately he got out of it because he wanted to devote more of his time to teaching private golf lessons. I would imagine your background in car sales would be a big help in getting acclimated. Hope this helps!
  8. Laptop recommendations?

    Any of the apple family is a good choice, but cost is always a consideration with those. I bought a MacBook Pro with Retina 3 years ago and it's run like a dream ever since. A Lenovo product or a Surface Pro/Surface Book would be nice options as well.
  9. Anyone had a pet diagnosed with osteosarcoma?

    We did an in home euthanasia this past Saturday. It was a tough decision, but we knew it was for the best. He had stopped eating and drinking for about 4 days, so he may have passed within 24 hours without euthanasia.
  10. One

    Darkness Imprisoning me All that I see Absolute horror I cannot live I cannot die Trapped in myself Body my holding cell Wait...
  11. I just can't shake the feeling that this game ends up like the Dallas game. Offense isn't great, but moves the ball enough to keep the defense fresh. Defense balls out, forces 2-3 turnovers, consistent pressure on Manning. I think we win 30-13. TD gets a sack, pick 6 and a forced fumble on his way to SB MVP. 30-13
  12. Anyone had a pet diagnosed with osteosarcoma?

    He's losing weight because he's refusing to eat. I know bone cancer is painful and it's already spread to his lungs (granted they're not large enough to cause issues yet) so I'm kind of at a loss as to what to do. The dog seems like he's given up at this point...he refuses to even get up at all.
  13. Anyone had a pet diagnosed with osteosarcoma?

    He's about 7 years old, Great Pyrenees. He was about 110 lbs, but he's 100 lbs now
  14. Long story short...my parents dog (which is sort of like my dog since he was around when I still lived with them and I still dogsit when they're out of town), was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. He's got a huge mass (think the size of a grapefruit) just above his front paw. I took him to the vet yesterday and 3 small masses in his lungs, so it's already metastasized. The vet gave me a 10 day supply of prednisone and cephalexin to make him more comfortable and see how his demeanor improves. He hadn't been eating for a few days but starting him on the prednisone seems to have picked up his appetite. The problem is he still seems lethargic and he won't even get up to do his dog business (I spent an hour cleaning crap off of his backside yesterday before I took him to the vet.) The vet basically gave me three options...put him to sleep, try medication to see if it improves his quality of life or amputate the limb. Has anyone had any experience dealing with this? It seems like the dog has already given up, so I'm wondering if we should just make it easy on him and put him to sleep or if there's something else we could try before resigning to that fact.