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NJPanther owned by Darin Gannt on twitter

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that reminds me... anyone got a link to that bigass thread about frye? his friend came on the board and defended him yet told stories about his dumbass adventures.

that was a great thread

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NJP background: He's a Huddler that randomly started claiming this spring to have all sorts of inside information on the inner-most workings of the Panthers FO and would post this "inside information" that was ALWAYS extremely vague, had an easy way out if it didn't pan out, or he would post information that turned out to be absolutely accurate...right after an actually legit journalist posted it first. He was LITERALLY never able to break a single surprising nugget before an actual journalist would, but he still managed to get a harem of devotees that defended him and who would get very angry when someone dared suggest that NJP didn't actually have any inside info.

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For the record, I would love to cover the women's volleyball team...love those little shorts

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damn

NJP, just needs to quit. He's embarrassing himself pretty damn bad. I have to admit it's funny and that he was owned fairly hard on that comment. lmao

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oh poo...

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He didn't need to tweet at Gantt in the first place. He just wants attention and is getting it.

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