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#2316141 Anyone see this pic. on panthers.com?

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 08 August 2013 - 06:21 PM

So Smitty only eats organic?

Smith changed his diet seven years ago after reading an article about the benefits of organic foods. He often leaves Wofford’s campus at lunchtime to drive to the Whole Foods in Greenville to eat organic.“

I read that article, went home after training camp, cleaned out the whole pantry and went organic,” he said. “And ever since then, it’s easier to keep my weight down. I just feel a difference. So I try to keep on that regimen.”

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#2303106 Our passing down D-Line

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 29 July 2013 - 06:00 AM

When Kris Jenkins was at his most dominant. That group was amazing.

That 2003 group won many a game for us.

Agreed, the lack of depth behind Shane Burton showed though, Jenkins et al was so gassed at the end of the superbowl there was no push from the dline. And of course foxball defense doomed that. Might as well have blitzed everyone! But I digress..

The interesting thing about this D line is the depth! Very much in the mold of the Giants. If we are so lucky as to face Brady in the superbowl again, I guarantee you Hardy and Short won't be gassed and will run rampant on the Pats' (or any team's) O line, even into overtime.

#2282242 To those of you left that tried so hard to convince us we needed in invade Iraq

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 09 July 2013 - 10:37 PM

Neither would have gotten us out. Obviously Bush wouldn't have and obviously Obama didn't (that is current reality).

My point is that you are bashing neocons (which were tricked), but you don't accept you were tricked. If you were to be able to do so, then maybe those that supported the war from the beginning could accept they were tricked.

#2106887 We Have To Find A Way To Keep Beast and Gamble

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 20 January 2013 - 06:03 PM

Before he got injured


2010 season.


So, yeah, that talking out of your ass isn't gonna work with me.

I call 'em like I see em. Sorry it doesn't fly with you ha. I know I'm not alone in my assessment of Gamble. Those stats can be skewed to by QB's who were attacking our other corners more, which probably was a good strategy. They also don't take into account crunch time plays, where Gamble is notably bad. Just off the top of my head like the NFC championship game against Seattle, or that game against Cincinnati where he got smoked by Chad Johnson when all he had to do was extend his hands to deflect or get the pick. Last year was a rebound year for him I will admit openly. But again, with his cap hit, how could he be kept anyway? And is he worth that kind of investment for one rebound year? I say no

#2106485 We Have To Find A Way To Keep Beast and Gamble

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 20 January 2013 - 04:39 PM

Gamble has never been good but has many defenders for some reason

#2027401 Best loss of the season...Why?

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 02 December 2012 - 03:54 PM


#1672156 Andrew Breitbart Dead at 43

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 03 March 2012 - 05:36 PM

You should really consider letting go of all the hate you seem to have built up inside.

But it's so liberal :)

#1632496 The area between ancient aliens and everything else

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 28 January 2012 - 02:52 PM

I think that our souls, or infinite consciousnesses, whatever you want to call it, is what really matters.

#1611906 So Romney, Paul or Barry(again)?

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 13 January 2012 - 08:04 AM

You Paulbots sound like the hyper religious sometimes when they say that only their version of the bible is the correct one. Even the founders didn't completely agree on the meaning of the thing, and they helped craft it.

And you sound like a neocon shill. I can predict what every post of yours will be. With the posters that try to learn and don't act like they know everything, that isn't the case.

Hamilton was a statist, Adams obviously didn't care about the Constitution (Alien and Sedition Acts), and Washington's main flaw was listening to Hamilton and Jefferson mostly equally. Ron Paul is Jefferson 2.0. To post a few convenient quotes of Jefferson while ignoring his prophetic words on central banking, state's rights, foreign intervention, government debt, et al does not paint a true picture of what he stood for.

#1600729 Someone elighten me

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 05 January 2012 - 08:50 PM

why would they want to nominate someone who CAN'T beat Obama? They wouldn't.

Basically it may come down to the lesser evil......worst GOP candidate is still better than what we currently have.

That presupposes a LOT. First, that the GOP and DNC do not collude together, and/or are not controlled by the same entity or entities. That is probably not true since power and money tend to aggregate together.

Secondly, it presupposes that the President is truly free to act as he or she wishes. All nonsense aside it comes down to a simple philosophical question. Namely: If you agree to never question the construct of a system, are you the master, or the system?

The President as I view him now appears to be more like a manager or a CEO of a corporation. Only one candidate I know of wants to alter the very structure of the system/corporation/construct/whatever you want to call it.

#1600697 Ron Paul must win...

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 05 January 2012 - 08:25 PM

You have once again missed the point!

It was drawn out for you in a very coherent manner. You just refuse to understand it. I can't do anything more to explain it.

Hopefully other members of this board see that you just post to up your post count with nothing valuable to add to a conversation, and then dismiss your ideas.

Your proof and arguments are solid, some people are just too emotionally invested to ever admit they're wrong.

#1599356 Someone elighten me

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 04 January 2012 - 07:57 PM

Your mistake is the same one the Obama supporters made. That is thinking that there is "one" person who can pull us out of the mess. We live in a democracy, not a dictatorship. If we are going to fix things, it has to be a group effort. We need a group of people, congress and executive branch and maybe even a few citizens, who are willing to come to some sort of consensus and compromise on some key issues. We don't need some hard line conservative, liberal or libertarian coming in and saying its my way or else.

Actually we live in a Constitutional republic, and only one candidate actually wants to follow the Constitution. Ron Paul.

#1569654 Ron Paul must win...

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 17 December 2011 - 10:47 PM

This is ultimately what I believe too, and it is a shame. For the life of me I could not understand why a lot of people have such a mental block towards anything that isnt considered conventional knowledge. You could spout of facts and examples all day long, but for some reason they seem unwilling to compute the information. But yes, coming to terms with this knowledge and seeing the big picture thats going on means they must change themselves in a variety of ways. For this reason is why i feel people will crawl back into their docile cave of comfort, which is so easily reinforced since most of the public has fallen prey to the system.

It all makes perfect sense though.. It is the essence of consciousness.

Read this quote by Michael Crichton in "State of Fear" today: "Nobody dares to solve the problems - because the solution might contradict your philosophy, and for most people clinging to beliefs is more important than succeeding in the world."

Enjoy your life and leave the fools to their folly. Not to say I am not doing everything I can to get Ron Paul elected and that I don't enjoy him making a mockery of the neocons and exposing fake liberals. Ah, nothing is what it seems.. and I like it :)

#1569631 Ron Paul must win...

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 17 December 2011 - 10:09 PM

I am legitimately curious as to what stances Ron Paul has that people do not agree with? I would assume anyone that subscribes to the ideals presented in the constitution would by default be a fan of Paul, but apparently that is a misjudgement. What is it about Ron Paul that you do not like?

Hello old buddy, I am back for a bit to the inanity of this site.

Look at it in philosophical terms. Everything in nature has balance. As a society we get exactly the type of leaders we deserve. Our slovenly populace deserves people like George W and Obama. Take that to a microcosm level of the individual.. If they actually supported Ron Paul they would have to take a look in the mirror. Do you think they want to do that?

That might give you a little peace.

#1355661 What does Ron Paul consider the most pressing issue in the country?

Posted by JeramiahCopperfield on 27 August 2011 - 12:19 PM

Is it the economy?

Is it the federal reserve?

Is it the wars?

Is it cutting spending?


The "most important issue of our age" is banning abortion.

But he's so different than all the other social conservatives!


Yes kill people after they're already born by dropping bombs on them like Obama. That's so liberal.

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