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#1834624 Jeff Otah traded to the Jets

Posted by jasonluckydog on 23 July 2012 - 11:52 PM


If you had told any knowledgeable Carolina Panthers fans back in 2009 that Jeff Otah would be traded in 2012 for a cup of coffee, not a single one of them would have believed it. The guy was simply a beast that seemed totally unstoppable. He was the ultimate force for a running game that was ready to explode with DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart. At times, the guy would leave holes so wide that I think I might have been able to hit them in my prime.


As a huge Panthers fan, I have hoped for two years that Otah would recover from the repeated knee problems he suffered from. This was supposed to be the year...again. After another bitterly disappointing lead in to training camp, the Panthers finally cut ties with the big man. I actually find myself relieved in some ways.


When a player becomes a constant liability for any reason, you have to consider cutting ties with them. Jeff Otah was becoming a liability for a number of reasons.


He was starting to get a "soft" label, though that could be purely press driven. The fact is, he has been fighting off the same knee injury for what has become years now. That is a financial liability for the Panthers.


He has been a liability for planning purposes as well. Every season he was penciled in at right tackle and every season he ended up unable to play in the end. That messed around with draft pick needs, planning and even the advancement of other talent.


Otah was a liability in the locker room indirectly, if not directly. I have played football and been around many locker rooms and this type of thing can become a problem. Otah seems to have been well respected, but I guarantee the other offensive linemen got sick of the on again off again expectation of playing time. When a guy takes far longer than usual to recover from an injury, you have to question things.


The truth is, Otah is a huge man and does not have the typical situation. His knees are carrying a massive amount of weight around. Perhaps his injury is really not healing properly for those reasons. Whatever the case, Otah is still a liability from a business and fan's standpoint.

http://sports.yahoo....00795--nfl.html


#1834477 ChicK-Fil-A hates gays and my Insurance company supports them

Posted by jasonluckydog on 23 July 2012 - 08:38 PM

Today’s statement on the the Chick-fil-a Facebook page takes the exact opposite view. The company now claims:


The Chick-fil-A culture and service tradition in our restaurants is to treat every person with honor, dignity and respect – regardless of their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation or gender. We will continue this tradition in the over 1,600 Restaurants run by independent Owner/Operators. Going forward, our intent is to leave the policy debate over same-sex marriage to the government and political arena.


The Chick-fil-A corporation has long funded anti-gay organizations. According to an Equality Matters analysis of public records, in 2010 the company’s foundation distributed nearly $2 million to anti-LGBT groups including the Marriage & Family Foundation, the Family Research Council, and Exodus International — and millions more in previous years. But this past March, when Northeastern University rejected a proposed contract to bring a Chick-fil-A restaurant on campus, a Cathy bizarrely claimed that the company had “no political agenda.” He said in a media statement “we are not anti-anybody and Chick-fil-A have [sic] no agenda, policy or position against anyone as some reports continue to represent.”

Chick-fil-A is one of a very small number of major national companies that refuses to offer any employment protections to LGBT employees. In fact, the company received a 0 rating from the Human Rights Campaign and has a record of firing employees it believes engage in “sinful” behavior. This is hardly a tradition of treating everyone “with honor, dignity, and respect.”

Either the company is once again trying to conceal its anti-LGBT activism or Cathy’s intention to “stay the course” lasted just three days.

http://thinkprogress...-gay-admission/

This was my point from the beginning that businesses should stay the hell out of poo like this and just serve the public.


#1832911 Anyone a fan of D-Will on Facebook? He is getting flamed bad...

Posted by jasonluckydog on 22 July 2012 - 07:18 PM

White people scare the sh#t out of me.


#1832669 Eat the Sun: Becoming a Solar Powered Human

Posted by jasonluckydog on 22 July 2012 - 09:03 AM

fug eating at Cookout tomorrow I will save $5 and stare at the sun/


#1831182 ChicK-Fil-A hates gays and my Insurance company supports them

Posted by jasonluckydog on 19 July 2012 - 10:08 PM

You're right. Those business owners should have just kept the negros out, or at least kept them on separate water fountains. Taking a stance on that poo....I bet they lost business.


You really want to turn this into the civil rights movements of the 60's I see... back then black people was treated like poo and it wasn't cool being beat and had to ride on the back of the bus and all that crazy poo they had to go through.


Current day: I don't see gays being forced to drink from another water fountain or forced to ride on the back of the bus or being beaten by the police when they get together. I don't see any signs on restaurants/ hotels that say Heterosexual's only.


#1831146 ChicK-Fil-A hates gays and my Insurance company supports them

Posted by jasonluckydog on 19 July 2012 - 09:55 PM

I don't see the correlation between gay rights and civil rights.


#1831098 ChicK-Fil-A hates gays and my Insurance company supports them

Posted by jasonluckydog on 19 July 2012 - 09:38 PM

I love ChicK-Fil-A



ATLANTA (AP) — Gay rights advocates were surprised Thursday that the president of fast-food chain Chick-fil-A has taken a public position against same-sex marriage.
Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy said this week that his privately owned company is "guilty as charged" in support of what he called the biblical definition of the family unit.
The Atlanta-based chain opened its first location in a Georgia mall in 1967 and grown to more than 1,615 restaurants in 39 states and Washington, D.C., with annual sales over $4.1 billion, according to its website.
"We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that," Cathy told the Baptist Press, the news agency of the Southern Baptist Convention.
His comments to the Baptist Press, the news agency of the Southern Baptist Convention, unleashed a mix of criticism and support.
"He's taking a bold stand," said Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council, which is based in Washington, D.C. "Chick-fil-A is a bible-based, Christian-based business who treats their employees well. They have been attacked in the past about their stand. But they refuse to budge on this matter, and I commend them for what they are doing."


http://news.yahoo.co...nce.html?_esi=1

This is a email I received today from Esurance


Esurance has partnered with The Trevor Project — the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth — to sponsor their NTL movement.

In an increasingly digital world, texting or posting "NTL" signals to friends and family that we need to talk live. And we need someone to listen.

How you can help
Add your Facebook profile picture to our NTL photo mosaic. Your photo shows your friends that you've got their backs. For every photo added, Esurance will donate $10 to The Trevor Project (up to $50,000).

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My insurance rates are way low I don't want to drop them and I love my Chicken not going to drop them either I wish they would both just shut the fug up about this..

I'm sick of all the gay talk and gay rights they should do what they have been doing for the last 100 years and blow each other in private.

I bet the owner of Chic Fil A likes it in the ass and Esurance privately hates queers.

I secretly hate everybody, I don't discriminate .


Have a nice day.


#1830089 NFL.com Article on Our Cap Situation

Posted by jasonluckydog on 18 July 2012 - 08:57 PM

It beats being over...


#1828034 Carolina Panther card/memorbilla/auto's collectors...

Posted by jasonluckydog on 16 July 2012 - 10:16 PM

not sure if I posted this here but this is my JStew collection

http://s51.photobuck...PC/Jon Stewart/


#1824680 Whats the deal with Cam charging for Autographs today?

Posted by jasonluckydog on 12 July 2012 - 09:12 PM

I have read most of the responses here and wow most of you have no idea what the hell your talking about.




1st. Sports memorabilia is a multi million dollar business all NFL players sign stickers and football cards for large sums of money and they do this before they ever play a down in the NFL or attend a training camp.


2nd, Cam didn't invent this concept he is not the 1st nor will he be the last NFL player at any year of experience to have a signing that charges money.

3rd. WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE!! The HATE ON CAM FOR THIS???? SERIOUSLY???? WTF?!!! and why are so many people here jealous of people that can afford these autos that you have to talk sh#t about them? Sorry you cant afford it so don't hate on the ones that can, It's my money.


This is what it will look like so many players in the NFL has done this one time or another....


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#1823248 jerry rice ranks steve smith at #5 receiver in the league

Posted by jasonluckydog on 11 July 2012 - 04:00 PM

I hate to say it as well but Roddy being a local guy and all I want so hard for him to do well but he plays for the Falcons



so f#ck him.


#1820433 We have so much riding on our smaller college draft picks

Posted by jasonluckydog on 07 July 2012 - 11:46 PM

Armanti Edwards will lead us to the promise land....


#1819987 2013 version of....The Incredibly Awesomely long named Carolina Huddle FFL: F...

Posted by jasonluckydog on 06 July 2012 - 10:30 PM

and a simple request if not too much to ask but have everybody use there Huddle name so we know who is who...I hate going against Camlover and find out it was say Irv at the end of the season..


#1819180 Restaurant under gun

Posted by jasonluckydog on 05 July 2012 - 07:59 PM

Said the white man in the 50s when black people wanted equal rights. Or women when they wanted rights. Or now, when people are trying to stop discrimination based on religion.


Who is getting discriminated against? the answer is no one. A business can give a discount to anyone they want,,,A club can let ladies in for free, Arbys can give free coffee to seniors and kids under 12 can eat free. I dont fit any of those but you dont see me crying about it.


This country is going to sh#t,


#1818283 Saw Chris Harris at Ray's Splash Planet Today

Posted by jasonluckydog on 04 July 2012 - 09:25 AM

Was he starting his shift or getting off?




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