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Harris Aballah

Member Since 22 Mar 2012
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#3105502 Cops, Justice, Fairness

Posted by Harris Aballah on Today, 09:01 AM

To be more precise it is bad for politics which is bad for business.

If the masses in this country could ever get passed their biases of one another the 1% that are really bending them over wouldn't stand a chance.

Unfortunately for the great unwashed masses or fortunately if you are part of the 1%, that is unlikely to happen anytime soon.

I am never surprised when the ruling class behaves like tyrants. I am surprised that the common street people allow it. maybe someday we'll get our sh%t together?




#3104807 Th

Posted by Harris Aballah on Yesterday, 02:27 PM

All we have to do is lose the least. This could get very non competitive?




#3099616 Republicans pass a bill restricting scientists from advising the EPA

Posted by Harris Aballah on 21 November 2014 - 10:22 AM

Science killed my father and raped my mother....It was upon that day, that I swore an oath. An oath to destroy science wherever it may hide! And by the powers vested unto me by the Haliburton Corporation, I swear that no democratic party will ever stand in the way of my true victory. Make no mistake! I will punish science for its crimes against humanity and industry. And as it mangled, and wrecked spirit gasp for one last sacred breathe I shall strangle its throat and smile. Leaving its dead body to rot where it dies.

 I'm guessing that this is what most of you imagine a republican think tank session sounds like? 




#3098626 Emperor Obama?

Posted by Harris Aballah on 20 November 2014 - 01:26 PM

I just wish someone would challenge it in court. It has been going on for so long and there is such precedent that nobody wants to touch it. Plus the other party doesn't want eos gone because they will be in power soon.

 

For all I know the supreme court might uphold executive orders as constitutional. Some legal people think they are not violating anything.

And those will be the one's bitching when a rep potus is doing the same thing. And the reps bitching now, will be defending him. So, I guess we are to be happy knowing we get to elect our dictators? Well, not me...., I just keep voting for loser libertarians and independents because I am uneducated hick-folk.




#3098560 Emperor Obama?

Posted by Harris Aballah on 20 November 2014 - 12:26 PM

It feels nice to have a conscious, doesn't it?

50\50




#3098536 UNC @ DUKE

Posted by Harris Aballah on 20 November 2014 - 12:14 PM

This is an important win for Duke. I imagine they will throw the kitchen sink out at them before the end of this one. Should be a great game even for an SEC fan like me? I'll be surprised if this doesn't end on a last second score or OT




#3094599 Charles Manson(80)is getting married to a 26 year old girl

Posted by Harris Aballah on 18 November 2014 - 08:08 AM

The Notebook Pt 2?




#3093337 Bill Cosby MEMEs...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 17 November 2014 - 01:17 PM

We all know he loves the puddin'




#3092999 And now, a moment of Douchery

Posted by Harris Aballah on 17 November 2014 - 10:29 AM

Just about as classless as it comes.

 

Someone should have taken care of that issue.

Keep in mind that people have been raped and murdered in that shitho*e. He was just keeping tradition alive....




#3084194 Question: If Rivera, Shula and balance of staff are retained

Posted by Harris Aballah on 12 November 2014 - 02:12 PM

I am happy to be a Panthers fan. I want a team that can win back to back seasons. If this staff thinks tearing down the walls and rebuilding is the answer? Then I am on board. If JR retains these guys? then you guys are free to go be Dallas or NE fans. Or where ever? But Getts brought us a playoff season with alot of obstacles that most teams can't overcome. I am sure they expected a bit more success this year? At least to be competitive? But I am sure they didn't plan for the injuries and absence of Hardy?

 Either way, I lived through enough bad Panther seasons to where one more won't kill me. In fact at least one every other year. That is what I am tired of. And that's what Getts was brought here to fix. Of course I'd love to see us running the table this year, but not if that meant we were gonna have 3 shitty seasons in a row after that. I want us to be a year in and year out team. Not a, once a decade, flash in the pan team. I know it sucks now. But I believe the long term pay out is worth it. Shula can go. He's really the only one that truly bothers me at this point.

 But to answer your question..., I will be a Panthers fan until they close the doors and shut the lights off!!! Let's Go Panthers!!!!!

 




#3081218 What Are You Listening To Right Now....

Posted by Harris Aballah on 11 November 2014 - 10:40 AM

That's a great album.




#3081189 Back to Iraq

Posted by Harris Aballah on 11 November 2014 - 10:31 AM

We didn't make a move on ISIS until they threatened the Iraqi oil fields and started robbing banks. Same as it ever was....




#3071628 Over the last 3 weeks, Mike Shula's offense has averaged less points...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 07 November 2014 - 10:46 AM

I can't speak for anyone else but a ball control offense is not what I have an issue with.  San Diego runs a ball control offense.  San Francisco runs a ball control offense.  Seattle runs a ball control offense.  

The problem with Shula is the stubbornness that is evident through his playcalling.  His refusal to adapt and change as seen by his never-ending commitment to running the read option (see: last Thursday night).  I get what you are saying and right.  If we had better talent on offense, would the results be better?  Absolutely, but that doesn't change the fact Shula is a poor playcaller.  We would be succeeding in spite of him.  

 

Now like you have said Shula isn't the only problem with this team.  Offensive line is miserable.  QB has been inconsistent (we are running him way too much).  WRs just aren't playmakers outside of Kelvin Benjamin, who is inconsistent himself.  RBs can't stay healthy and don't have a lot of room to work with as far as running lanes go.  So we have several issues aside from Shula.  But Shula is still a poor coordinator.

If you spend the entire summer developing a gameplan and then the guys start dropping like flies? And every week you are make shifting an oline with 3rd and 4th string guys who had no idea they were playing that week? Then the same situation week to week with rb's? When the gameplan that you spent 5 days developing doesn't work? What would you possibly be adapting too? In all honesty, they are probably adapting as each game is played? But it won't show if you're oline is on rollerskates the entire game. Or your star qb is terrified of his blindside on every play. Even the one's you just adapted to. Plain and simple..., You cannot execute plays if they have no time to develop.

 Its not that I really want to defend Shula. But I cannot make a fair assessment of the guy, when dealing with these sorts of circumstances. And the truth is, who really would be successful in this environment? OC's pick teams that suit their strengths. I promise you that there has never been an OC itching to take a job that has no rb's or oline. If anything, Shula has the right to be mad more than any of us. He is not coaching his team. Or at least, only a fraction of it.

 After taking a 1 and 3 team to the playoffs last year..., I think the guy deserves a little bit of our respect. Firing your OC will not magically make the oline better. I would love to see us winning games and going to the playoffs. But firing Shula does not make that task any easier. In fact, I think it would set us back further than any of us want to go.




#3071556 Over the last 3 weeks, Mike Shula's offense has averaged less points...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 07 November 2014 - 09:14 AM

I miss Tolbert far more than I hate Shula. As I am sure the offense does as well? Tolbert is the keystone of our offense. He doesn't get enough credit for the role he plays. And it seems most don't even realize his absence. He is an enormous piece of the puzzle. 3rd and short + goaline situations is where he truly lived. His ability to block from the backfield and convert dump passes into 15 yard gains is simply irreplaceable. Especially in mid season. Point blank, everybody looks better when he's healthy and playing. And the playbook is far more open with him out there.




#3068966 Well Done North Carolina!

Posted by Harris Aballah on 05 November 2014 - 09:51 AM

You guys still hate science in NC?

No. We hate spin, stereotypes, and intimidation.






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