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#2225027 Lets see what Google has to say about Adam Schein

Posted by broseidon on 07 May 2013 - 04:55 PM

Spot on evaluation 

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#2161075 I want to Block a User...

Posted by broseidon on 13 March 2013 - 08:38 PM

If we where to all block Zod, do you think he would cry himself to sleep at night?

#2136215 Petition for Panthers Harlem Shake!

Posted by broseidon on 15 February 2013 - 04:42 PM

This is funny... Get over it
  • C47 PIE'd this

#2097786 McCoy going to Chargers

Posted by broseidon on 15 January 2013 - 10:51 AM

The OC that turned Jake into a Superbowl QB and The Golden Calf of Bristol into relevant news going to sunny San Diego

Best OC the Panthers ever had without question... Im extremely jealous

#2094683 Ray "Jesus" Lewis

Posted by broseidon on 13 January 2013 - 02:18 PM

Theres blood on Ray Lewis finger... Not sure if its his or from his victims

#2064671 Cam Newton: Best First Two Seasons Ever

Posted by broseidon on 28 December 2012 - 12:34 PM

We have posters on this board who will tell you right now Jake was a better QB and more "clutch".

Im a Cam lover! But you can make the argument that Jake was more clutch...

In time Cam will get better in that department

#2064199 The defense could be on the edge of something big.

Posted by broseidon on 27 December 2012 - 09:17 PM

Don't get ahead of ourselves guys. This is a team that allowed Brady Quinn a above 100 QB rating.

Lets look at the Saints game and see what happens when we play a real QB and a real offense

I agree we are getting better BUT, this is nothing like D's of the past.... Not yet

#2062900 Cam Newton #1 Scrooge in the NFL

Posted by broseidon on 26 December 2012 - 05:05 PM

Yea lets take a paper out of Tony Romo's book and not make the playoffs for the next decade

#2043725 Why is everyone jumping on the Rivera Bandwagon?

Posted by broseidon on 12 December 2012 - 04:31 PM

My GOD!! We win one game and everyone is ready to give the guy a contract extension.

Im tired of mediocrity!! Bring in someone that can produce!!!

#2035358 Bob Costas is a Troll

Posted by broseidon on 07 December 2012 - 10:55 AM

Fact of the matter is nothing will be done in light of this tragedy. At the end of the day, Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend and himself. This is a domestic violence case, not so much a gun issue. To say otherwise is to shift blame away from Belcher to another issue that is up from another discussion.

#2033801 Charlotte is the worst sports town in the galaxy

Posted by broseidon on 06 December 2012 - 09:57 AM

It could be worst.... We could be Cleveland

#2032815 Rand Paul 2016

Posted by broseidon on 05 December 2012 - 04:06 PM

This needs to happen!!!

Fug Republicans and Democrats!! Libertarian all the way!!

Go ahead discuses (Note I don't agree with all of his positions, "abortion" but it is what it is)

Political positions

Paul supports term limits, a balanced budget amendment, and the Read the Bills Act, in addition to the widespread reduction of federal spending and taxation. He has gained prominence for his independent positions on many political issues, often clashing with both Republicans and Democrats.[5]
Abortion and bioethics

Paul is opposed to abortion and supports a Human Life Amendment and a Life at Conception Act.[123][124][125] He also opposes abortion in cases of rape and incest,[126] but supports use of the morning-after pill.[127] He opposes federal funding for abortion.[124] He takes a states' rights position, favoring the overturn of Roe v. Wade and allowing states to decide on the legality of abortions without federal involvement.[128]
According to the Paul campaign, Paul received a 100% pro-life score on a Kentucky Right to Life survey[129] and indicated on the survey that he opposed human cloning. This was disputed by Kentucky Right to Life, however, who endorsed Paul's primary opponent instead and claimed that Paul did not, in fact, answer the cloning question.[130]
Campaign finance reform

Paul opposes the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 and has called it a "dangerous piece of legislation".[131] Instead, he supports regulating the contracts given out byCongress and placing limits on corporations receiving government contracts. Paul opposes legislation limiting the amount of money individuals, corporations, and organizations can give to candidates. Additionally, Paul has proposed "mandating a clause in all federal contracts over $1 million that requires the recipient to pledge not to lobby government or contribute to campaigns during the terms of the contract."[131][132]
Civil liberties

Paul opposes the USA PATRIOT Act, including warrantless searches and breach of individual privacy.[133] He has also proposed that the TSA be eliminated.[134]
Economics and tax cuts

Paul has been a longtime opponent of the bank and auto industry bailouts.
He also opposes the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and the Federal Reserve's control of the money supply and interest rates. He has advocated allowing the free market to regulate interest rates, and supports Congress' constitutional role in controlling the money supply. Paul endorses H.R. 1207, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, a bill, introduced by his father, mandating an audit of the Federal Reserve. Paul supports transparency and accountability of the semi-private institution. Additionally, Paul opposesinflation and supports "restoring the value of the dollar that has devalued by approximately 95% since the Federal Reserve's inception in 1913".[135]
Paul supports tax cuts and a balanced budget amendment, and has criticized both Republicans and Democrats on deficit spending.[136]

Paul supports returning control of education to local communities and parents and thus eliminating the federal Department of Education, but he says that some functions of the Department of Education, such as disbursing student loans and Pell Grants, should be transferred to other departments instead of being eliminated.[137][138] Paul opposes federal regulation of homeschooling.[139]

Paul supports allowing the free market to compete and dictate which forms of energy to use. He opposes subsidizing energy companies, and would support allowing tax breaks for companies that produce alternative energy such as wind, solar, or geothermal. He has said that subsidizing the energy industry will only add incentive for companies to lobby the federal government.[140]
Health care

Paul opposes federal government involvement in health care. He has stated that he would repeal the *** Act of 1973 that "drives a wedge between the patient and [one's] doctor".[141] He believes that government has driven up the cost of health care and causes the quality and coverage to decrease. Paul would support a free market approach to health care, including tax deductions for medical expenses. He opposes federal regulations discouraging businesses from providing coverage. He supports Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).[141] On Medicare, Paul has suggested higher deductibles as well as changes to premiums or eligibility rules as ways to address what he sees as the program's looming financial problems, saying "You want to have more participation by the person who's receiving the entitlement... by that I mean that they need to be more involved with some sort of economic transaction every time they use their entitlement, and that means they have to bear more of the burden."[142] Paul also stated that he does not support such changes for current retirees or people nearing retirement.[142] Following the Supreme Court decision upholding the Affordable Care Act, Senator Paul released a statement saying, "Just because a couple people on the Supreme Court declare something to be 'constitutional' does not make it so. The whole thing remains unconstitutional."[143]
Illegal immigration

Paul has proposed adding security to the border by installing an electronic fence and helicopter stations to respond to breaches.[144] He opposes birthright citizenship for children of illegal immigrants.[145] Paul has said that courts should review the 14th Amendment, which guarantees citizenship to "all persons born or naturalized in the United States," to conclude whether or not it should apply to the children of illegal immigrants. If court challenges fail, Paul would support a constitutional amendment that would deny citizenship to children of illegal immigrants who are born in the United States.[146]

Paul believes the issue of medical marijuana is a states' rights issue and that the federal government should not interfere.[147] In August, the Associated Press reported that Paul said he was opposed to the legalization of marijuana for medicinal purposes,[148] but the Paul campaign says he was misquoted.[147] Though Paul describes himself as a "social conservative," he was nonetheless described by the AP reporter as holding "libertarian leanings on drugs" and believing some drug sentences were too harsh.[148]He announced plans to propose eliminating mandatory minimum sentences for marijuana possession in November 2012.[149]
Foreign policy and national defense

Paul holds that the primary Constitutional function of the federal government is national defense, and that the greatest national security threat is the lack of border security. He supports eliminating issuance of visas to people from “about ten rogue nations.” He supports trying terrorists caught on the battlefield in military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Paul believes that when the United States goes to war, Congress must declare war as mandated by the United States Constitution.[150]
During his 2010 Senate campaign Paul questioned the idea that U.S. Middle East policy is "killing more terrorists than it creates." He supported the war in Afghanistan and opposed rapid withdrawal from Iraq.[151] He says he would have voted against the invasion of Iraq and questioned whether the intelligence was manipulated."[152]
He also spoke against U.S. overseas military bases.[153]
Same-sex marriage

Paul personally opposes same-sex marriage, but believes the issue should be left to the States to decide.[125]
Second Amendment

Paul would oppose all gun control legislation, a position he says is supported by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.[154

#2032351 New Cam UA commercial with Smitty

Posted by broseidon on 05 December 2012 - 12:16 PM

Ummmm.... I like the Jake Delhomme commercials better

#2031592 Official Panthers/Falcons Tailgate Thread

Posted by broseidon on 04 December 2012 - 08:07 PM

Official Survival Guild to a Falcons/Panthers Game

Rule 1- Upon entering the stadium you may find yourself in a sea of black and red uniforms. Don't worry, you are in Charlotte. You didn't pull a hangover and end up in atlanta after a long saturday night of partying. These people what we like to call "dirty birds" and are to be avoided at all cost. Do not make eye contact or engage in conversation with these creatures. They are annoying and obnoxious.

Rule 2- Drink heavily!! There will be plays in the game that you wise you didn't see, and surly wise not to remember. A steady stream for 4 bud lights per quarter will ensure not memory for the loss that is sure to come.

Rule 3- Stock up with brews before the 4th quarter. This is the quarter where beer sales stop and the panthers give away the game. You will need a beer to wash down the taste of defeat

Rule 4- Cab it home!! Or sober up at the Cabaret. ( My personal choice )

Follow these rules and remember your training...

#2029228 Panthers S Sherrod Martin goes on IR with ACL, MCL damage.

Posted by broseidon on 03 December 2012 - 12:18 PM

No surprise there... It don't take a doctor to diagnose an injury when your knee goes sideways