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Lockout: When will you start to panic?

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When this first started I didn't pay it much mind, because I assumed they would agree to something, but...as the weeks and months roll by...that thought of no football in the Fall and Winter creep into the back of my head. If there isn't a deal by...ehh the first day of training camp, I'll be worried..

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I'll miss football, but I'm not about to sit around panicking..

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The only thing I panic about is bills.

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I'll miss football, but I'm not about to sit around panicking..

Yeah panic was the wrong word...

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but then theres always the Canes if it does happen

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I hear ya..

regardless, I'm not about to sit around yearning for these 2 sides to figure their poo out. Summer just got here, and fall is a nice time to go camping or find something to do on the weekends..

I'll manage.. while college football still goes on.

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I'll miss football, but I'm not about to sit around panicking..
yep. no point to it. i'll find something else to do. when it starts back up, i'll watch. life goes on either way. it's not like i depend on it or anything.

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Lockout: When will you start to panic?

LOL. Have you not been reading this forum. Panic set in months ago. Title of this thread should be.

"Lockout: When will you take your own life?

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When the preseason starts and there is no NFL game on to watch then I will be disappointed, upset, pissed or whatever the correct term may be for that particular emotion that I'm feeling is.. :confused:

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