ecu88

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About ecu88

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  • Birthday 02/02/1988

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  • Interests Liberty, Public Policy, Behavioral Economics, Psychology, Politics

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  1. I see it all clearly now
  2. Beating the Heat

    I haven't paid much attention to the basketball team in NC until they changed the name. Kinda boycotted seeing my childhood team have a retarded name of Bobcats. I have enjoyed bootlegging what games since the first home game. No cable and streaming kinda hurts when you live on the other end of the state in gvegas. I guess I am new on this section. Either way, I am enjoying the ride and loving how the team plays together as a unit.
  3. Might be Jobless

    Like an idiot, I emailed the Secretary of my Division. The big dog. I addressed the concerns of our system and how we as revenue officers are graded plus the issues as a revenue officers face on a daily basis. Why are people scared to voice their concern? I'm about to find out. Either my director is going to go after me or this could be a positive event. I am prepared for the worst and hopefully for the best. Nervous yes but I have no regrets. Prayers at this time is all I ask. He emailed he will be talking to some people regarding the issues I raised. I want to bring a positive change in my field as well as taxpayers who are struggling.
  4. Men's Health

    Once in the morning Once at work And Sexy time when I get home Whaaaat?
  5. Beating the Heat

    Unconventional you say! http://www.sbnation.com/nba/2016/4/28/11476806/charlotte-hornets-miami-heat-nba-playoffs-2016-game-5 "Going into Game 3, Charlotte was down 2-0 and had lost Nicolas Batum, arguably their best player. Miami's small lineups with Hassan Whiteside at center where killing the Hornets' defense. Charlotte was one step late against a quicker, more athletic opponent that was dominating the paint and raining three-pointers on them. Things were looking dire. In order to get back in the series, they needed to make a big adjustment and they did. Marvin Williams slid down to small forward while Cody Zeller came off the bench. Charlotte decided to go big with Frank Kaminsky and Al Jefferson at the big men slots. Spencer Hawesstarted getting more burn, as well, as Charlotte went big more often. As counterintuitive as it seemed at the time, the move worked perfectly. The new starting lineup allowed the Hornets to regain control over the defensive glass -- a cornerstone of their system -- while the bench units did great on defense. The Heat's field goal percentage at the rim dropped from 78 percent in the first two games to 49 percent in the last three. The outside shots that were falling in the past stopped going in, and that slump doomed Miami. Had the adjustment on the starting lineup helped on defense but hurt on offense, it would have been a lateral move. Fortunately for Charlotte, the bench scoring has remained solid even after the change. The Hornets have eight players averaging over 20 minutes per game in the playoffs to the Heat's seven. It's not surprising then that they've had a huge edge on bench points. Charlotte's subs are averaging over 33 points per game to Miami 22 and have outscored them in every single matchup except for the blowout loss to start the series. In the pivotal Game 5, the difference was 29 to 13. The edge on assists over five games has been huge, as well, with the Hornets' bench logging 26 to the Heat's 16. That offensive boost that Charlotte gets from its subs has been a big factor on a series that has featured extremely low scoring for the past four games. The Hornets don't have that second star who can average close to 20 points but they make up for it by having several shot creators on their roster who can take turns running the offense. The Heat, meanwhile, rely too much on Dwyane Wade." To Coach Clifford Let's close the door on the Heat tomorrow!
  6. Hornets Win PIE up 3-2 Now

    We got this!
  7. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    Eh we won Red cheer up ;)
  8. Hornets Win PIE up 3-2 Now

  9. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    Me too comrade!
  10. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    YYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
  11. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    Thanks!
  12. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    When did the heat get an extra point? ESPN......
  13. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    Fug this game
  14. Game 5 - Hornets @ Miami

    Wtf the heat get 71?