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This season will be smittys last 1000 yard season

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#61 Jai.


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Posted 29 March 2013 - 09:27 AM

He can't cure cancer.

lol, let him focus all of his attention on it once he's done playing. never know!

in all seriousness, Cancer may be out of his reach, but it's out of everyone's reach, try colloidal silver!

#62 rayzor


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Posted 29 March 2013 - 11:04 AM

Hot damn. A fellow Flecktone fan on da Huddle. I am impressed with your Futche knowledge.
Strat man myself. 1992 American Custom, also semi retired. Currently entering my second month of drum lessons at 45 years old. Figured what the fug.

rickenbacker man right here. mine was born in october of '72. I've got a few more basses that have a lot of mileage on them as well, but that's my favorite.

my victor wooten story...i was at merlefest in the instrument vendor tent and saw an 8 string acoustic ovation bass, but the second strings were the exact same gauge as the one above it. i had been messing around with a lot of alternate tunings mainly because i had been listening to a lot of michael hedges and michael manring at the time. anyway, i messed with the tunings on that 8 string and just started noodling. i kind of noticed that i was drawing a little bit of a crowd watching me, but that wasn't a big deal cause i was used to performing. i just happened to look up at a buddy of mine when i did something a little funky (not in a good way) and he had this wierd look on his face and nodded next to him trying to get me to look and it was victor who was grooving to what i was doing and he looked like he was actually enjoying it. i was ready for and used to people watching me play, but not him. my fingers turned to jello and my little groove fell apart. i saw victor shake his head and walk off.

#63 BigSyke


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Posted 29 March 2013 - 11:34 AM

Victor Wooten is the best bass player out.

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 11:50 AM

We wont pick up a wr and cam will bear the brunt of the blame and leave after bouncing around the league for a few years take a team to the playoffs.

#65 rayzor


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Posted 29 March 2013 - 12:52 PM

Victor Wooten is the best bass player out.

one of my top 3-4 of all times. jaco pastorius, charles mingus, and michael manring being the rest in that group.

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 12:53 PM

We wont pick up a wr and cam will bear the brunt of the blame and leave after bouncing around the league for a few years take a team to the playoffs.

Here's a new reason.

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Posted 29 March 2013 - 02:14 PM

Man smitty is my favorite player and once he retires he will be my all time favorite he's one of the reasons I'm into football as much as I am and one of the reasons I became a panthers fan even though I lived in northern indiana my whole life its def going to suck when he hangs em up but that's part of the game

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 12:44 PM

So, this is blasphemy. You are not a panther fan. I curse you.

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 01:14 AM

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Posted 31 March 2013 - 08:47 AM

It depends on a ton of things. Cam needs to stay healthy. Our line needs to block well. We need to be in close games passing the ball to win. The offensive coordinator and head coach need to work out. But if you just look at Steve and Steve only I wouldn't bet against him. He doesn't break tackles the way he used to but his route running is very good. His hands are pretty good. He's still strong as an ox. Steve will play at a high level as long as he wants to. At what point does he decide enough is enough? At what point does he decide his family needs him at home?

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