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Old School80

Hello!

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Im am Old School 80, I am from Asheville, NC. I love the NFL and enjoy the History of the Game. I am looking foward to post on this Website. Can you believe I have never been to a Panthers Game. I have been to Minnesota, Washington, Dallas, Buffalo, The Meadowlands, Cincy, Tampa Bay, New Orleans, and Houston's New stadium as well as the Astro-Dome but not BOA.:confused: Anyway, I am new on this site I hope to post often!

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Welcome, so are you a panthers fan? You need to come to a game.

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I am trying to Go to Girl, thanks for the Welcoming me to this site, I like that name Go To Girl!

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welcome

I have been to BOA three times...so that makes me 3X better than you...don't forget!!!!!

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