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It's my fault

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I sat in the upper deck. The panthers are 0-2 when I sit in the upper deck. They could not feel my presence. Sorry.

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Nah its my fault. I forgot to shave my balls with a womans razor.... God I'm dumb.

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That would do it also. Anyone else care to share the blame?

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Actually, it's mine. Usually I eat Bojangles before every game, but we had a cook-out last night...so I had burgers..

Sorry guys.

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Nope. I blame all of you. ^^^VVV :cool:

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I think we ALL knows whose fault it was! Jake, Offensive Coach, Head Coach, etc...

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My name isn't Jake, Offensive Coach, Head Coach, or etc. Don't blame those guys. They didn't not eat their Bojangles before the game. It's me.

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Well, we are undefeated when I am on the field for the games.

I was not on the field last night.

Their fault.

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My wife stayed home. Usually she goes out during games. The last time she stayed home during a game we lost to Tampa 27-3. I'm kicking her out this morning . . .

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You should be the friend of someone who has an obscure publication Zod instead of a photographer who does work for a pretty big news station and has been nationally published. That would get you on the field every time. Or you could be a fluff photographer who does crowd shots for cash.

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