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  1. Cromartie in Charlotte....

    pssst, hey... people know that that stuff is trashy and that's part of it
  2. WTH's going on on Bald Head Island?

    post some links to the real story
  3. josh norman tells redskins fan that he was not a fan of the dab

    welcome to camerica
  4. Cromartie in Charlotte....

    hey dex were you the guy that came down to charlotte for the pats monday night game and was blown away by the fact that you could buy beer at gas stations here or was that someone else
  5. It never happens

    nothing like a good tu quoque
  6. Cromartie in Charlotte....

    Location: Connecticut
  7. It never happens

    "we need ID at the polls" is in the same category as "we need to drug test food stamp recipients" it's a tried and true rabble-rousing tactic that makes people prick their ears up. it targets the "common sense" (in mile-high scare quotes) part of their brains that causes them to go "yeah, why the hell would you be opposed to that? gravy train's over, freeloaders!". obviously the only people who are opposed to it are naive liberals, lazy idiots, and people who want to cheat the system. it plays to preconceived notions and, conceptually, it scratches an itch in a way that makes it really, really hard to talk people out of it no matter how many facts you present them with. it's also easy to muddy the waters by lumping all fraud in with in-person voter impersonation, which is only a tiny slice of the problem. it's also the only type of fraud that ID at the polls is intended to help solve. it's easy to go find some article somewhere where somebody lied on an absentee ballot or a registration form or made a clerical error and thumb your nose at the opposition. it's a classic straw man tactic, and it works because people generally aren't very precise when discussing the issue.
  8. Carolina Panthers OTA Notes and Photos

    we also attempted the 27th most passes in the league with the most rushing attempts get cam slinging the ball around 40 times every week and let's check those numbers then
  9. Great piece on Mario Addison

    reminder that this is who we should have drafted instead of kony ealy
  10. Cool. J-No showed up for Tolbert's charity event

    cpantherking was probably in the room when it was all going down so i trust him when he says norman was let go at the order or command of many of the players.
  11. Carolina Panthers OTA Notes and Photos

    he was serving talib an ass whupping before he got injured. among other much-bitched-about factors that was one of the differences in the game i think.
  12. Cool. J-No showed up for Tolbert's charity event

    also there are people making fun of a former panther in the thread about byron bell being injured so if you could rush over there and deliver some of your insider info from your days inside the panthers org to set them straight that'd be awesome
  13. Cool. J-No showed up for Tolbert's charity event

    look up the definition of "behest"
  14. Cool. J-No showed up for Tolbert's charity event

    i had him on ignore for like a year but i'm like a moth to a flame i also happen to think he's serious
  15. It never happens

    all kinds of tampering, fugery in the registration system, mail-in ballot fraud, and shady garbage from poll workers happens all the time. who denies that? and making someone flash an ID at the polls won't do a damn thing to stop that. does the article get specific about how these ballots were cast? how many of them were actually situations where someone showed up at a polling station, said they were a dead guy, and then voted as them? i ask that because mail-in ballot fraud is way more common and it seems like people care way less about that. it's interesting that the one state that's non-compliant with help america vote and doesn't participate in a system like this: has that kind of problem though. in-person voter ID is already conceptually useless because the rolls get nuked by overlapping systems that are tied into the DMV and other systems that store a ton of information about registered voters. if anything they're too harsh; they flag millions of voters as possibly having voted twice every year. even if a fraction of these were valid there'd be tens of thousands of prosecutions per year at the bare minimum.