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#2964252 You want to get fired up for Sunday night?

Posted by Montsta on Yesterday, 09:08 AM

Until we start physically assaulting them and going to jail for it, I fear it will never change.

So, who wants to take one for the team?

If only I lived in NC. :(

#2962468 The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Posted by Montsta on 18 September 2014 - 11:18 AM

Just remembered that Beason was accused of assault a few years ago. What did the team do to him then?

It was against a man. Doesn't matter.

#2962366 Exempt List

Posted by Montsta on 18 September 2014 - 10:14 AM

I got put on the exempt list at work and no longer get paid for my overtime.

fug an exempt list.

#2962362 The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Posted by Montsta on 18 September 2014 - 10:12 AM

When people appeal their convictions, they can be released on appeal bond so that they are not immediately in jail. It is entirely possible to be out after a conviction, so no points for you there.

I'm not calling for GH's head ... never, ever have. Just stating FACTS that he was convicted. It's not as if it "never happened." It did happen. The appeal is not automatic; if he had not appealed, his conviction stands ... A jury trial outcome of not guilty would negate that conviction. I understand that.

Those who give a sh!t about domestic abuse and violence did so before the GH or Ray Rice situation, and will continue to do so. The poster ... and simple minded ninnies like him and you ... fail to understand that the fact that we care about it isn't because of some media frenzy, or because of some rich athlete simply "removing his coked out ..... girlfriend" from his apartment. Even such a woman doesn't deserve to be abused. And simply because she was "hurt enough" or "knocked out," like RR's fiance/now wife doesn't mean she wasn't a victim. That notion is absolutely ridiculous. Like saying a rape victim who chooses to try to stay alive by not fighting wasn't raped because she didn't fight back, she didn't allow herself to be beaten to "prove" it was rape.

I know I'm one of only a few women here, so I understand that the perspective isn't shared by the majority here ... and trust me, I am NOT saying that "all" the men here don't understand the issue of domestic abuse because they are men ... some just don't get it.

That's a really sexist thing to say. I am fully aware of the realities of domestic abuse. I'm also one of the few people on here who has been to prison and can say first hand what happens to DV's when they get to prison. They get their asses beat.

But lumping in GH situation into this hot button issue of domestic violence is irrational and irresponsible. He had a crazy bitch attacking him in his house and had his fiend hold her there until the cops arrived, the cops that he called, and the cops that SHE tried to run away from when they arrived. She wasn't a victim, she was 50% responsible in a drug and alcohol fueled dispute and should also have been arrested for DV.

You can pull the I'm a woman you're a man so you don't understand card, but I do understand, I don't tolerate domestic violence, and still don't think GH is the monster the media is making him out to be.

#2962328 The Greg Hardy thread....for everything Hardy related

Posted by Montsta on 18 September 2014 - 09:51 AM

One question: Why was Hardy convicted?

He wasn't.

As soon as he opted for a jury trial the conviction was thrown out, as in, never happened. Poof. Gone. Espn says he was convicted and is appealing which simply isn't true. In an appeals process, you are still going through with the original sentencing during appeals, which means he'd be doing 60 days in jail right now and be on 18 months probation. But he's not, he has no criminal record as of today, and won't until he is found guilty at his real trial in November.

The fact is the Panthers were trying to give due process to one of their players, and because of ESPN's grossly negligent representation of the facts of the case, millions of simple minded ninnies like you are calling for Greg Hardy's head.

None of this matters. Americans have such a tragically limited attention span that this will be forgotten when the next outrage shows on the news for ratings.

Nearly 3 dozen people, mainly young children, were massacred at Sandy Hook and the American public gave a poo for about a month and a half.

How long do you think Americans will care about a rich athlete removing his coked out, drunk, hysterical, gold-digging girlfriend from his apartment?

People can hashtag take a stand against domestic violence until they are blue in the face, but the sad reality is absolutely nobody will give a sh!t soon enough, your outraged self included.

#2961791 Pittsburgh week - Hide yo Kids, Hide yo Wives, Ben is coming to the QC

Posted by Montsta on 17 September 2014 - 08:31 PM

That's weak. Come to the Bay Area and call me.

#2961630 Panthers Front Office has lost it!

Posted by Montsta on 17 September 2014 - 07:00 PM

exempt list

He can use Huddle facilities on his own time, just can't participate in team Huddle activities. I like where your head is at.

#2957228 Answering a Few Questions

Posted by Montsta on 16 September 2014 - 08:57 AM

Don't ever sell this place. We need your guidance, not the guidance of some corporate shill.

#2953242 The new screens at BOA

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 08:10 PM

No they had plenty of sponsors which did a lot after the game clock stoped

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I'm just talking poo, sorry.

#2953236 2014 WR Tracker (old vs new)

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 08:09 PM

Ginn was I think 9th in return yards on punts, middle of the road on kicks. He really was middle of the pack and we have been so awful for so long at KR/PR that I think we put the Ginn on a pedestal.

#2953198 Along the Sidelines - Lions Edition

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 08:01 PM

A friendly reminder regarding Mario Addison, Gettleman was smart enough to sign him to an extension this offseason. He's now under contract through 2016, 3 years at a bargain basement price of $3.2 million.

This cannot be pied enough. Plus awesome avatar.

#2953193 Seems we are in the national spotlight for the wrong reasons again

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 08:00 PM

I'm not sleeping with Nicole Holder, so if I happened to drag her out of North Carolina by her hair, it'd be simple misdemeanor assault, which I could definitely live with.

#2953148 Costas blasts Panthers over handling of Hardy situation

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 07:53 PM

If Bob Costas was my wife, I would beat the fuging poo out of him, take a 6 game suspension, then at the end of the suspension, beat the poo out of him again and get a lifetime ban. Then because I no longer had a job to go to, I'd beat him everyday after he made me a sammich.

Self-righteous prick.

#2953126 The new screens at BOA

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 07:50 PM

All the advertising sponsors pulled their ads because they thought Hardy was playing. It'll be down to 25% screen next home game. :(

#2952513 Rivera Deactivated Hardy Himself

Posted by Montsta on 14 September 2014 - 05:04 PM

Hardy should play next week. America is full of self righteous motherfugers that are fuging clueless. How many national media members followed Hardy's trial? None. They have no clue and are only throwing a fit because of Ray rice's video.

What the fug happened to this country? It used to be the greatest country in the world and now every single day is more disappointing than the day before it.

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