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JB82887

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In Topic: Burfict make MNF!

13 October 2014 - 09:42 PM

That would make you no better than Burfict. Which until this game I've never heard of and let's face it by next year I will have forgotten all about him.


Burfuct was an immense talent going into his lat year of college but too many plays like these are why his stock dropped. That along with terrible combine numbers when his fat ass came in out of shape. Go watch this guys college highlights, he was physically manhandling offensive guards, fullbacks, everyone would get blasted on almost every play.

He'll probably be the first guy to sue the league for his head injuries after his brain is soup from playing that way.

In Topic: what if we would have drafted andy dalton instead of cam?

11 October 2014 - 03:22 PM

It's bad to leave your car on while your garage is closed FYI

In Topic: what if we would have drafted andy dalton instead of cam?

11 October 2014 - 03:22 PM

This guy must be from Maiden

In Topic: BOA Rocking Sunday?

02 October 2014 - 01:10 AM

Whether or not someone is white/blue collar has absolutely nothing to do with how they react at a football game. 

You may be seeing a pattern that those well-to-do individuals are the ones not yelling, but they are also the ones that relocated with high paying jobs and they are not the most hardcore fans.

 

 


In Topic: BOA Rocking Sunday?

02 October 2014 - 01:08 AM

No, I'm saying Charlotte isn't "blue collar". It'll always be laid back. Of COURSE there are rowdy fans. I've been to over 70 games. Seen it with my own eyes ... there just aren't enough rowdy fans and there's no way to make more appear even with the next generation. It's a product of the stereotypical "Southern Hospitality". I mean ... we have a PRAYER before the game starts. My father, a retired preacher who lives in Pensacola, was shocked to see that when I took him to that rad Tampa night game a few years back. I mean ... we enforce a PRAYER. That is nuts. The ONLY other pro team to do it is the OKC Thunder in the NBA. So yes ... you can raise your kids to yell as you should ... but you'll always have wine and cheesers in BOA. The culture of the city is not going to change.

 

Now, if you think new ownership will get rid of the prayer, get rid of the honky tonk BS music after a TD, let more people stand and cheer for the Panthers, and try to make gameday a bit more "aggressive", then cool. I hope it happens. I just don't see it.

Well, just an FYI -- I probably would fall into your personal qualifications for white collar.  I was at the first game ever played in Ericsson Stadium in preseason against the Bears. 

 

So lets see.....

 

Brooklyn Bully, "honky tonk", and referencing southern hospitality with such vitriole.  So obviously there are some feelings about the south that you are tying into why you feel as though the atmosphere doesn't live up to your standards.  By your logic, if those were in fact the reasons behind the issues with the crowd you would be right because those are engrained in our culture.  That, however, has nothing to do with the atmosphere at the games.

 

You have obviously never been to a Hornets game before.  Much more honky tonk back then than we are now, and you couldn't hold conversations because of how loud that place was.  Before the NBA came to town the NBA was irrelevant to CHA and therefore the team instantly won the allegiance of the city.  The Panthers were not so fortunate.


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