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#735492 boo7382 is fuckin' hot

Posted by hepcat on 08 September 2010 - 08:15 PM

what a thread

#733658 Win a sex scene with Pam Anderson!!

Posted by hepcat on 08 September 2010 - 07:39 AM

Famous as: The guy Pam gave Hepatitis C to.

Wrap it up!

#731961 Most Improved Panthers this year

Posted by hepcat on 07 September 2010 - 09:59 AM

I think there are a number of players, especially on the Panthers D, that are set to have big years. Since the team is so young, and relatively unknown outside of the fans that follow the team, there's a few names that stick out that will be making some noise this year.

DAN CONNOR: This is the first name that popped into my head. I really don't think it's a big drop off from Beason with Connor in the middle. He might not have the same leadership quality, but Connor showed a great nose for the ball in college and looked solid in the preseason. By the end of the year, I expect him to be getting some notoriety. 80+ tackles probable.

GREG HARDY: The obvious pick, and who doesn't want to see Lil Pep rack up 10 sacks this year? That might be a little farfetched, but he's already on SI's list for surprise rookies this year, so word has slipped out. He probably won't even start by years end, but I expect 6 sacks and a couple of forced fumbles out of him - a year a lot like Charles Johnson's '08 year playing in spot duty.

CAPTAIN MUNNERLYN: Already a guy the Panthers know and love, but I expect one of the starting corners to go down with injury for a period of time, and The Captain will be get a serious look as a starting corner this year and I expect him to shine. 4 INTs is likely.

GEOFF SCHWARTZ: Pegged to start Week 1 with Otah nursing some injuries, Schwartz has already replaced the guy with the same first name who used to play here. The O-Line usually gets banged up throughout the year, and The Dude will be seeing the field almost as much as a full-time starter. We might be seeing him walk away in a few years with a big contract to start somewhere else, but for now, he's the best kept secret on the Panther O-Line.

GARY BARNIDGE: Here's a guy just waiting to explode, but he's got two guys with more experience and trust from the coaching staff in front of him. But Barnidge is easily the best receiving TE on the roster and has made some big plays in limited playing time. There's no way they can keep him on the sidelines this year breaking in a new starting QB that needs that security blanket with teams triple covering Steve Smith. He could rack up 600 yards and a few TDs given significant playing time, which I think he will likely get this year.

JIMMY CLAUSEN: He isn't primed for a big year, or a year with many stats at all, but mark my words, he will start AT LEAST two games this year. Every ounce of Panther fan homerism in me says Matt Moore will be a superstar, but the realist football fan in me says Moore will struggle at times this year, and his inexperience might get him hurt. If Clausen gets any chance to see the field this year, he's going to light it up. The spotlight will be on him if he starts and he knows it. He plays well, wins a game or two, and the starting job is his next year (pending there is football). He wants to prove the doubters wrong, that let him fall so far in the draft.

The Clausen pick is probably the most interesting, but we stole him in this past draft and there's no way he won't see some action this year.

#731924 DJ finally gets his chance.

Posted by hepcat on 07 September 2010 - 09:34 AM

I don't see why there's so much hate...he's barely seen the field. When he has been in the game, he's usually delivered. I seem to remember him making some big catches in a few games on 3rd down. He deserves his shot, but he's definitely on a short leash...

#719469 If Fox leaves what happens to Meeks?

Posted by hepcat on 30 August 2010 - 07:41 AM

I think Meeks is a top candidate to replace Fox...unless we land a big name like Gruden or Cowher. Why promote a no-name coordinator from some other team when we've got solid coaches right here that are familiar with the team. Meeks over Davidson as a HC any day.

#719151 My buddy swallowed a guitar pick today

Posted by hepcat on 29 August 2010 - 09:11 PM

At band practice this afternoon, our guitar player had his pick in his mouth and someone said something that made him laugh and he sucked it straight down his throat.

He sat there awkwardly for a second with his head bent downward. No one else quite caught the seriousness of the situation at first, but when he threw his guitar and glasses onto the floor and ran to the kitchen to get a glass of water...we we're all like WTF?

He came back and proclaimed he had swallowed a guitar pick...funny sh!t. Literally, it will be funny when he sh!ts that out.

#718648 Desperate Girls

Posted by hepcat on 29 August 2010 - 04:25 PM

probably should be nice to her. In reality, just like the majority of the rest of the huddle "studs", she's probably the only tail you'd get!!!!!!!

LOL if that was true...I wouldn't have posted this...but that's not the case. I'm TRYING to be nice and to "just be friends" with her but she is damn near impossible. I can see why she gets turned down so much, she just comes on way too strong.

#714535 Any fans of Marcy Playground here?

Posted by hepcat on 27 August 2010 - 09:49 AM

So the response I usually get is one of three things:

#1 - "Yes! I loved Sex and Candy!"

#2 - "Yes I remember Sex and Candy and I hated that song. They are still around??"

#3 - "No, I have no idea who they are."

If you fit catagory #1 (or possibly #3) - this is for you. My band, The Eskatones (www.myspace.com/eskatones), is opening for one-hit-wonder Marcy Playground in Asheville @ The Grey Eagle on November 5th. In agreement with the promotional agency that booked the show, we are required to sell 50 tickets in advance of the show. If you are interested in attending the show, get in touch with me and I'll get you hooked up! Tickets are $14.

And for those who answered #2...I understand.

#702300 a golden way to say "no"

Posted by hepcat on 20 August 2010 - 11:52 AM

I have decided to share some of my time tested wisdom with the people of this forum. Years ago, a simple phrase entered my vocabulary, and it has revolutionized my life. Have you ever been put into a situation where saying "no" has proved difficult?

For example, how would you respond to these statements?

-"Will you mop the floor and take out the trash?"

-"Hey man, can you help me move this weekend?"

-"You parked in my parking spot you stupid dummy!"

-"Do you have a minute to talk about animal rights?"

-"Did you borrow my car last night?"

-"Do you want to do it in the butt?"

-"Have you had anything to drink tonight?"

-"Do I look fat in this dress?"

Along with other like phrases, instead of the cold response of a flat out "no", (or perhaps the correct answer would be yes but you are compelled to say no) try this:

"Nah, I'm just chillin"

#686568 Online Dating Websites

Posted by hepcat on 10 August 2010 - 07:54 PM

Guy at work just met a pretty nice looking girl through Match.com or one of those websites. I think they are scary....don't wanna go on a blind date with THIS

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#682629 IF Jarrett is cut, where does he go?

Posted by hepcat on 07 August 2010 - 01:59 PM

Seattle...or for some reason I could see him in Denver. Failing in both places. I hope he surprises everyone with a 100+ 1500 yard season.

#680279 I'm curious about the whore market

Posted by hepcat on 05 August 2010 - 08:04 PM

Is it an active trade? How easy would it be to become a pimp?

#680242 Pie

Posted by hepcat on 05 August 2010 - 07:38 PM

Do you just get pie if you post in this thread? Or do I have to show you my pie pants?

#673223 The library makes itunes obsolete

Posted by hepcat on 01 August 2010 - 01:14 PM

I just checked out 10 free CDs, uploading them now.

Best one:

Burning Spear - Marcus Garvey

#669925 any idea who this is?!?!

Posted by hepcat on 29 July 2010 - 05:28 PM

A guy I wouldn't wanted to have been left alone with when I was 5.

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