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Montsta

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#2848453 Kahlil McKenzie

Posted by Montsta on 12 July 2014 - 10:10 PM

No 17 year old should be over 300 pounds. But that kid is a beast.


#2845931 2014 Adopt a Panther

Posted by Montsta on 11 July 2014 - 02:52 AM

So is this annual or once you get a player you lay some automatic claim on said player indefinitely?


#2845538 Do you have any old or embarrassing Panther items?

Posted by Montsta on 10 July 2014 - 08:07 PM

When I get home I'll post the most embarrassing panthers shirt of all time.

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#2845536 Do you have any old or embarrassing Panther items?

Posted by Montsta on 10 July 2014 - 08:05 PM

Any kind of jake stuff = not embarrassing

Any kind of Rae Carruth, Kerry Collins, Tim Biakabutuka memorabilia or framed/laminated Ryan Kalil open Super Bowl letter from 2012 = embarrassing

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#2844904 Do you have any old or embarrassing Panther items?

Posted by Montsta on 10 July 2014 - 11:26 AM

When I get home I'll post the most embarrassing panthers shirt of all time.


#2842965 Does this irk anybody else?

Posted by Montsta on 08 July 2014 - 03:09 PM

So I was reading an article about Dan Orlovsky saying that being an NFL quarterback is a 24/7/365 job.

I've felt for years that the saying 24/7/365 is stupid and the fact it is so widely accepted is astounding to me.

The saying should be 24/7/52. Because there are 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week, and then 52 weeks in a year. It makes no sense to say there are 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week, and 365 days in a year. You are using the days portion (speaking in increments of time measurement) kind of redundantly when used twice in this way.

Done correctly it should go up to the next unit of measurement. 24/7/52.

Yes this is a rambling of a crazy person, but this needed to be said.


#2842948 Star speaks: "I think we'll be even better,"

Posted by Montsta on 08 July 2014 - 02:55 PM

Unite us SCP. Unite the clans.


#2842855 Public Drones

Posted by Montsta on 08 July 2014 - 01:09 PM

I can't wait for Amazon to deliver my drone in two days with free shipping, and have it be dropped off by a drone.


#2842849 Apparently Johnny Manziel does coke.

Posted by Montsta on 08 July 2014 - 12:56 PM

It's extremely difficult to find good coke in Vegas. It's a bunch of stepped on crap sold to tourists at $60/gram. Props to Johnny Football if he found something decent.


#2841629 Apparently Johnny Manziel does coke.

Posted by Montsta on 07 July 2014 - 09:38 AM

never heard of the word before...

quire
kwīr/Submit
noun
noun: quire; plural noun: quires
four sheets of paper or parchment folded to form eight leaves, as in medieval manuscripts.
any collection of leaves one within another in a manuscript or book.
25 (formerly 24) sheets of paper; one twentieth of a ream.

bringing the 19th century back one word at a time

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How does one monitor the usage of a word from 200 years ago? Twitter hashtags?


#2841409 How Much Pressure on KB13?

Posted by Montsta on 06 July 2014 - 10:51 PM

Smitty would have been our best receiver this year. Cutting him makes us worse and that seems counter productive when we were a top 3 team in the NFC last year. It's just a question of whether the long term savings make up enough ground to justify surrounding your young quarterback with bargain bin wideouts and a rookie during what could be a playoff year.


If our best WR would be a 35 year old with 400 yards and 2 TD's, we'd be fuged.


#2839586 I was there when...

Posted by Montsta on 03 July 2014 - 05:01 PM

I was at Cam's first nfl start in Arizona. We lost but it was a helluva historic game.


#2839242 Detroit is violating basic human rights

Posted by Montsta on 03 July 2014 - 12:25 PM

I commend you for that.

There will always be some people who just want to take advantage of a situation. But let's not get carried away. Most of these people, and we are talking about Detroit here, they aren't in a favorable position to just pack up and move away and buy a nice house somewhere else.


That's why I absolutely understand the plight in this situation. I don't want to look at it in a vacuum when it comes to poorer people because every situation is different. PanthersBigD had an excellent post in MH's other thread in regards to perspective.

While I was a fug up my daughters mother got assistance from the county and state which helped her immensely and she couldn't have done it on her own. When I got my life straight, my check was garnished for four years to pay every cent of that back, with interest.

So I know people need help. My biggest issue is people that just look at it as an entitlement, not a (hopefully) short term solution to their problems.

Kinda off track from the water discussion, but you get the jist of what I'm saying.


#2839227 Detroit is violating basic human rights

Posted by Montsta on 03 July 2014 - 12:10 PM

Maybe I should have elaborated my point further. Spoiled in terms of taking something as basic as water for granted, while ignoring circumstances and acting as if individuals, many of which families with young children in very bad economic conditions should just tough it out.

Unfortunately a lot of Americans want to just look the other way when it comes to poverty in this country.

I suppose these people should just pull themselves up by their boot straps, as many in this sub forum talk about.


I was very poor growing up. When I left home, I lasted a year before I was homeless. I worked odd jobs to make enough to rent a room where I could at least lay my head and take a shower and keep my clothes. I then went to prison for doing something stupid. I got out, continued to work odd jobs to keep a roof over my head, and finally landed a full time job. I got an apartment and then rented a house.

I got a better job and in October 2008 bought a distressed foreclosed property. I fixed it up proper over the course of 5 years and sold it in may 2013 and made enough money off it to buy a nicer house in the area I wanted to live.

I don't wanna sit in judgment and say hey, these poors need to just pull themselves up by the bootstraps, but at the same time I'm living fuging proof that it is possible.

I don't pretend to know each persons individual situation, but an inordinate amount of people in this country prefer to bitch and moan with their hand out instead of busting their ass to change their lot in life.


#2839205 Detroit is violating basic human rights

Posted by Montsta on 03 July 2014 - 11:53 AM

You would think we were talking about a free car, or an all expenses paid trip or something here.

It's fugging water. All this thread does is bring the sad realization home just how spoiled many Americans are in the little things.


It's kind of ironic that you are, in the same breath, campaigning for people to have free water and calling Americans spoiled.




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