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Harris Aballah

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#2701948 Harper is a Solid Signing

Posted by Harris Aballah on 17 March 2014 - 08:42 AM

To me, the best part of the signing is his insight to the Saints program. More specifically, the Brees playbook, and situational preferences. He has veteran exp that will help mentor some of the younger guys. he's also familiar with the offenses in our division. So I believe he can be valuable to our program in more ways than just field play. 

#2686888 IRS "scandal" enters the inevitable "relegate to the list of thin...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 12 March 2014 - 01:11 PM

You consider them credible sources and have no understanding of why the 5th Amendment exists I see a pattern here


What indication did I give you that would suggest I don't understand the 5th. Oh wait! I get it. You just throw sh*t out there and hopes it sticks. Her testimony will not be necessary seeing how she was dumb enough to leave a trail of incriminating emails between her and her colleagues. Hence the contempt charges.

#2680903 IRS "scandal" enters the inevitable "relegate to the list of thin...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 10 March 2014 - 06:24 AM

I guess its pretty easy to determine theres no scandal when an obama donor leads the investigation, and doesn"t bother to interview any of the victims?

#2676991 IRS "scandal" enters the inevitable "relegate to the list of thin...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 06 March 2014 - 12:27 PM

To be fair, I don't think this thread is on task. The problem with the irs scandal, isn't if you like the tax code or not. Its the abusive powers and tactics instilled by the agency. The intrusion into American lives and liberties should disgust anyone on either side of the isles. I understand that people have issue with the system, but that's not what this is about. did the agency violate citizen rights? And were there crimes committed? Like sharing individuals tax returns with other agencies? Which is a federal crime. Lerner knows that the system is not up for debate. But her role in it is under investigation. That's why she pleads the 5th.

#2613158 Piece of poo Ref, Carl Cheffers, "Explains" Why He Didn't Call Tw...

Posted by Harris Aballah on 13 January 2014 - 02:07 PM

Don King said it best! " If you're gonna fix a fight don't make it obvious!" Guess the refs didn't get that memo?

#2441984 MRSA Bay Buccaneers

Posted by Harris Aballah on 22 October 2013 - 11:18 AM

News from the future: The 0-16 Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Mr. Clean with the 1st overall pick in the 2014 draft!!!!!

#2422222 Swiss to Vote on Guaranteed $2800 Monthly Income for All Adults

Posted by Harris Aballah on 11 October 2013 - 09:47 AM

You aren't really entitled to much of poo kiddo.  Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of happiness and that little document called the Bill of Rights sums up what you are officially entitled to in this country.  You can make the argument that you are entitled to healthcare (life) and education/training via the Government (Pursuit of Happiness). Can't say I would completely agree with you tho. 


You are right about the 99% of things we don't need. Eliminating luxuries from a lifestyle could elevate many quicker than usual.


Cooperations aren't taking all the farm land, not sure where you even get that idea. A link would be swell.  Places like Monsanto are taking up the crops, that much is true.


Sure society is rich enough to provide for everyone, in many fashions we already do. Entitlement programs aren't exactly paid for by the people on the entitlements. 



There are plenty of Jobs around. I can get someone a job today with a few phone calls. It not a comfortable job, but it would be added income.  

The original phrase was, " the pursuit of life, liberty, and property." Happiness is too broad of a term. I think we should change it back to its original intent.

#2404505 Oceanfront property in Arizona and a W for the Panthers

Posted by Harris Aballah on 01 October 2013 - 10:49 AM

over/under 6 sacks. let me know what u think

4.5 sacks 2 ints 1 fr = Panthers by 17 @ least

#2403358 Oceanfront property in Arizona and a W for the Panthers

Posted by Harris Aballah on 30 September 2013 - 09:34 AM

I love it til the part where we squeak out a narrow victory. Palmers gonna take one look at Hardy and poop pants! Ain't gonna be no last second saviors for the Cards here! That sh%t might work with Bucs? But not with the Panthers! We win by 17!!!!!

#2386662 Who was Adam Lanza's Doctor?

Posted by Harris Aballah on 18 September 2013 - 10:56 AM

There may be a correlation, but what percentage of young men play violent video games? I bet it is a big number.

I agree 100%. thats why I say I wouldn't want to ban them. But how many of those guys spend 16 hrs\ 7 days a week doing it? I would suggest that this is an indication of the disconnect. Not to be mean, but they clearly have no life at that point. Just seems to me that this is the rabbithole we need to explore, if nothing else as a means to identify these misfits. Could change thier lives while saving others?

#2368746 Children Suicide Bombers of the Taliban!

Posted by Harris Aballah on 10 September 2013 - 12:00 PM

Someone who is strapping bombs to children is not  practicing their religion. they are practicing manipulation and deceit. Or a victim of it themselves. I refuse to believe that child (or any other form) murder is the intent of the religious establishments in this world. These people are deep-seedidly disturbed. Lots of people, including muslims, practice the worship of their faith and never committ such haneous acts. religion is not about where your brain is at, but where your heart is at. Their god is hatred now. That is how and why they are capable of committing these brutal attacks on their own children. To compare believers or even fanactics to these empty souls is a desperate overreach.

#2366089 I cant stand

Posted by Harris Aballah on 09 September 2013 - 07:48 AM

Peyton Manning makes a lot of coaches look like geniuses, true fact.  Fox can act like it's all him all he wants but he wouldnt have have the success without him.

Not to mention he has Del Rio running the defense. I bet he spends most of his time these days, taking mannings kids back and forth to school. Making breakfast for them and helping with homework. he is the Phil Jackson of the NFL!

#2365076 24 hour rule is in effect.

Posted by Harris Aballah on 08 September 2013 - 08:24 PM

We had that game in the bag. But the only thing I'm feeling is sorry for D'Will. Gotta be the loniest guy on earth right now. I thought we looked good for opening day against a high level opponent. Of course I wanted the win, but I can't even be mad about the fumble. Just freakish luck saved seattles ass today. That equates to " not for long" in this league. I feel a lot better about where we're going. We were unlucky today, but you can't build a season based on luck. If that's all that's holding us back? I ain't scared!

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#2354623 Desperate Chick @ The Bar

Posted by Harris Aballah on 04 September 2013 - 11:20 AM

Was gonna put this topic in football central? But figured it would turn to smack central eventually. So after getting some espn updates zapped to my phone, I got to thinking? Is it me or do the following orgs seem to be acting like the desperate chick at the bar that will inevitibly become some drunks last resort: Redskins, Jets, & Bills. Starting E.J. seems like a quick attempt to sell out on opening day. While the skins have spent the entire off-season Convincing the fans that rgknee would be the opening day starter, wether the docs or coaches wanted to or not. Keep in mind that from the 1st press conference after the game ending injury(in the playoffs) they were assuring the fans that he was fine. Might wanna ask Carson Palmer about rushing back on to the feild after a solid knee injury? Didn't do him any good. But lastly, Geno has proven himself to be unprepared for a starting role on a professional football team. Ecspecially on opening day. But once again, this seems a desperation towards ticket sales. God knows Sanchez wasn't about to draw in any last minute dollars. Ironically, Smith is probably gonna make sanchez look like montana after this opener? Granted, I'm not saying geno can't make it in the nfl, but clearly seems the preseason did not favor him in anyway. Just my observation. I think these three qbs & the franchises they promote are about to squander future opportunities in the name of opening day ticket sales? Any thoughts?

#2352935 "I'm a Colts player"

Posted by Harris Aballah on 03 September 2013 - 10:18 AM

He shoulda been a cowboy!

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