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Nef

Hello All!

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Born and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina and always wondered growing up why does my state NOT have a NFL team. In 1995, I was answered! Been a die hard fan ever since through all the bad and good. I'm also serving in the US Navy, just left 5 years in San Diego and now currently in Yokosuka, Japan waking up every Monday at 2am to watch my Panthers!

I just want to add in if you have a facebook:

SUPPORT THE MILITARY AND PANTHERS FANS with less than 2 mins!

Click on link below!

http://www.facebook.com/myAFN?sk=app_137676049649818

CLICK <LIKE THE PAGE>

Click on Fan's Choice link on the left side of page

... Vote for the Panthers game please!!!!

The game with the most votes get broadcasted overseas to all US military.

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I'd like to welcome you to the greatest social network on the internet and the most elite Panthers forum on the web. Enjoy your stay.

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