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Jakob

*SQUEAL'S LIKE A GIRL*

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I really like it, long overdue

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We won something! We won something! We won something?

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Can someone dig up that Photoshop I did of smitty in ms paint from like 2006 where I blacked out the pants? It was one of my first posts on here and the earliest I can remember someone suggesting black unis on here

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This is a win no matter what Dameshek does.  Local media coverage and the Panthers website covering it makes it even more of a success and a clear shout out that our fanbase is fugging awesome when we are united.

 

We are like a family, we can talk shyt to each other, but if someone outside the family poos on us we destroy them.

 

Panthersnation!!!

 

 

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This was my main motivation.

fug yes.

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"Oh, you’re definitely going to see black jerseys and black pants some more now,” said Jackie Miles, Carolina’s head equipment manager since its inception. “This hasn’t gone unnoticed in our building. I’ve always liked the look myself. Now that this has happened, I’m going to push for it more often.”

 

 

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