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Dorian Gray

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Consider me underwhelmed and slightly aggravated.

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Lol RR.

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I feel terrible.

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And the next night the Panthers host the Saints on national TV. That will be Charlotte's time to shine on the national sports stage.

Yeah, I'm really thinking about making the trip down for the Seahawks and then Saints games. The Canes don't play at home that week so I was hoping the hornets would be. Be pretty awesome to see the home opener even if it's against the Bucks.

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Can't wait for Oct. 29, I really hope the arena sells out and has a great crowd that Wed. night.

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I can't imagine it not selling out. 

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I'll be there doing my part to make the hive one of the toughest road atmospheres in the League.  I have a feeling that if we can get out to a strong start, the crowds will be great for the whole season.

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The following Saturday against Toronto should be pretty wild, as well. Maybe even a better crowd shows up for that game.

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Going to try and go to Hornets Wednesday, Panthers Thursday, and Hornets Saturday.

I live in Raleigh so am going to try to make it a sports packed long ass weekend

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