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PantherBrew

So about the Carolina Huddle Iphone app...

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I want to know as well. I'm guessing there was a holdup somewhere

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Where the fug is it?

I'm using it now. Zod limited downloads to 100. If you dont already have it, you're fugged.

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I'm on my phone right now, just checked the app store and it's there.

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I post from my phone all the time (99%) pretty seamlessly.

The only thing I can't do from my iPhone is leave a comment when I give people swag. Which kind of sucks, but if you get swag you pretty much know that they like/respect what you said. It'd still be nice to bs able to leave a comment though.

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I'm on my phone right now, just checked the app store and it's there.

i don't see it..... I've been waiting for it for awhile as well

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i don't see it..... I've been waiting for it for awhile as well

What kind of phone do you have? Droids only app.

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