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#3308535 Charles casserly on cam newton

Posted by thefuzz on Today, 10:48 AM

Prospect?  Yes, he is.

 

QB?  Impossible to say, but can be talked about again in 3 years.

 

 

Winston is a very very good QB prospect, but that doesn't always transfer to Sundays.




#3306902 Bergdahl to be charged with desertion

Posted by thefuzz on Yesterday, 01:48 PM

Nothing wrong with a friendly blowjob every now and then in the oval office. 

 

You just can't lie about it under oath.

 

Our voyeuristic and largely hypocritical Congress must have all the details!

 

I'm totally cool with it, as long as there are consequences for your actions.

 

Clinton paid his due, Bush should do the same, and Obama as well.  Breaking laws, and boldly lying to the American public has gotten out of hand.

 

Many accuse Bush 2 of war crimes....bring them up on charges.  Obama broke the law in this trade, bring him up on charges.  Clinton lied to congress, they brought up charges there.

 

If you break the law, draw up the charges, that's all I ask for.




#3306490 Disney World vs Universal Theme Park vs...

Posted by thefuzz on Yesterday, 09:32 AM

Orlando can be brutally hot/humid in August....might want to consider water parks if you are into them or at least the parks that have some water rides mixed in.  

 

The Magic Kingdom is more kids based. I would say unless you are a big Disney fan or have never been there, I would look more towards the Universal side of things since it is all adults. 

 

Agree about the hot thing, but disagree about the US.

 

I would much prefer Disney, but either way, make sure you are getting the option to go to the water parks.




#3303473 Panthers claim OT Jonathan Martin

Posted by thefuzz on 28 March 2015 - 10:13 AM

Have you ever that saying you can't teach an old dog new tricks, well Martin and Oher are those old dogs.

I've seen Martin since his Miami days, the oline got better the minute he left. Then he goes to SF with his former coach and still is complete garbage not even the gullible niners fans like him, they have a thread dedicated to him and its endless pages of bashing.

Oher has been trash for 3 straight season sometimes you gotta call a spade a spade. Tennessee line was garbage and he was there worst starter.

Last season towards the end of the season our line did improve but it was marginal at best, what really happened was that the running game got going and we went no huddle.

John Lynch (I believe)said it best when are line was forced into passing situations they folded like a cheap lawn chair, this line we have now isn't meant for comebacks or shootouts of any kind.

 

And again, instead of laying out a plan, and explaining it in full detail, you just bitch.

 

You do what your are.




#3302273 Salesforce - 1 Bigots - 0

Posted by thefuzz on 27 March 2015 - 03:10 PM

A weak federal government is what libertarians and Tea Partiers desire, with states being able to thumb their noses if they choose not to cooperate.

 

Guess what? We've already tried that as a nation, it was an utter failure.
 

 

I lean heavily toward the libertarian party, but I don't want a "weak" federal government.  I want a federal government that is efficient, and that does what it is intended to do.

 

As of now, we have a bloated mess that smells to the high heavens.




#3301904 Saints trading again?

Posted by thefuzz on 27 March 2015 - 12:34 PM

It would be a surprise to me, because I don't think they wanted to get rid of both. Grubbs wasn't open to a pay cut, so he's the one that left. By all accounts, Jahri is open to doing something with his contract.

The Saints aren't making moves just to make moves. They HAD a plan. I don't think that plan involves going into next year with an entirely new interior line, but I could be wrong. If they can't work out the numbers on the contract, I guess it could happen.

 

Fixed it for you.

 

 

They had a plan, it didn't work, now they have to start new.




#3301725 Realtor and Home Buying

Posted by thefuzz on 27 March 2015 - 10:38 AM

Fuzz knows, listen to him...

 

Best thing we ever did when we bought our last house was get a buyers agent.  They work directly for you, it's awesome.

 

Just thought about it the other day...I've been doing this for 11 years now.  Got into it waiting on a job opening in an entirely different field, and enjoyed it.

 

Has certainly changed my life's path, mostly for the better.  




#3297641 Selling My Car And Moving to Southern Cal.

Posted by thefuzz on 24 March 2015 - 03:31 PM

Ever heard of the mile high club?  It's that, but on a greyhound bus.

 

Yup.

 

But you have to take notice of the difference in quality from the airport to the bus station.

 

 

P.S. It's kinda of a big difference.




#3297625 Ever seen a steak dry aged 75 days?

Posted by thefuzz on 24 March 2015 - 03:26 PM

mmmmmm, I'm hungry now.

 

I've never even attempted to dry age beef, but I do the salt trick (course salt the steak an hour before cooking) to tenderize. (and yes, wash the salt off). I don't use liquid marinades for steaks.

 

Not really tough to do.  I did a bone in rib eye for Christmas a couple years ago.

 

It's work, but worth it in the end.

 

 

 




#3287714 Kayak Fishing.....

Posted by thefuzz on 17 March 2015 - 10:16 AM

I don't know why I just read this.  I'm stuck in an office all day, and don't even have a boat yet if I did want to hit the water.

 

Going to be around 80 today for the high in ILM, and cabin fever is kicking my ass.




#3286689 Is it a good idea to spend a bunch of money to cheer yourself up?

Posted by thefuzz on 16 March 2015 - 03:12 PM

Moomba Mondo...modified pickle fork, 6.2 liter Ford Raptor engine, 20.5 feet long, pro surf edition

 

Holy smokes.  That's a lot of HP for a 20 footer.

 

Looking at a 21 or a 23 duel console right now.  Had a 24 center console that I sold last year.

 

I have never been without a boat before, it's not awesome.




#3286619 HillaryClinton@yahoo.com

Posted by thefuzz on 16 March 2015 - 02:26 PM

Anything to keep our eyes off of the ever growing debt.

 

 




#3286120 Panthers Are Signing Safety Kurt Coleman Per Voth

Posted by thefuzz on 16 March 2015 - 10:06 AM

Strange for me not to know a player, but I don't really know him.  Maybe ST guy?




#3284013 For the "Cam ain't got weapons" crowd.

Posted by thefuzz on 14 March 2015 - 11:46 AM

I went back and looked at the two teams that the Panthers have stated time and again that they want to try to copy.  Then looked at their QB's, who IMO are very similar to Cam Newton as far as ability to play the game, and overall QB rankings.

 

The Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger, and the Giants and Eli Manning.  Both are fantastic teams, and both QB's were high draft picks that are similar to Cam Newton if not worse when they came into the league.

 

 

I then looked at their most recent Super Bowls, the rosters and how they acquired those rosters.  I'm working on the offensive side of the ball, since that is what I hear everyone screaming about.  I didn't have time to completely run through every player, but looked at the names that I remember being big time players for them.

 

 

The 2005/06 Steelers:

 

RB: Bettis and Parker, both drafted, home grown talents.

 

WR: Ward, drafted by the Steelers, and Randel El, drafted by the Steelers, then allowed to walk and sign a huge deal elsewhere, only to come back, sign cheap and win a ring.  (sound kinda familiar?)

 

TE: Miller, home grown.

 

OL: Faneca, Kemo, Starks....all homegrown.

 

 

 

The 2008/2009 Steelers;

 

Homes: Homegrown/drafted high, but not as good as KB

 

RB's: Nothing to write home about other than Parker....

 

Colon and Hartwig, Homegrown, and cheap vet.

 

 

 

 

The 2007/2008 Giants:

 

Jacobs: Drafted 4th round, homegrown.

 

Burress:  FA in 2005 6 years 25 million.

 

Shockey: Drafted in 2002, long before Eli got there.

 

 

 

The 2011/2012 Giants:

 

Cruz: UDFA/homegrown

 

Bradshaw: drafted/homegrown

 

Barden: 3rd round draft pick/homegrown

 

Manningham: 3rd rounder/homegrown

 

Nicks: 1st rounder/homegrown

 

Ballard: UDFA/homegrown

 

 

 

 

I will go ahead and admit that I'm sure I missed a couple guys in there, but that's the direction I see this franchise going.  The only big name FA for those 4 Super Bowls was Burress, and we all know how that turned out, even though they did get over the hump with him.

 

Flame away.


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#3283794 The reason Cam isn't in a hurry to sign a contract

Posted by thefuzz on 14 March 2015 - 09:29 AM

Lot's of agendas in here.

 

Calm down, Cam hasn't signed an extension yet because both he, and DG know it's not the best time to do so.  We still aren't in great cap shape, however, we will be next offseason.  Cam has very little leverage in this situation, and he and his agent know this.  Cam is under contract this season, and we can use the tag for the next two on him.  That would put Cam in his 8th season becoming a FA, and if you can't see that this team is headed in a better direction by then, I don't know what to tell you.

 

 

Next year expect to see Cam signed long term, along with Luke, and probably an extension for KK or Star, depending on performance this year.

 

This team's future looks bright from where I'm sitting.