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CatScratchFever

Good to be back

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I don't post here that much anymore, so I didn't know what was going on when I couldn't log in for the past couple of weeks. Finally figured it out, and now I'm back and even got to keep my name.

I'm a long time member of the huddle and I never got to introduce myself before so I'll do it here.

I'm a PSL owner and I look forward to the 10 home games we have in the fall, year round. I'm a huge Charlotte 49er fan and am very excited about adding football. I'm a season ticket holder for 49ers b-ball, which hasn't been too good lately. I also support the Bobcats, used to be a season ticket holder, but only go to a few games now.

Anyways, it's good to be back.

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Wie gehts?

I was definitely worried for a couple of days after the ATL-CAR travesty game and the huddle wouldn't load.....

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bleh...

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