out of curiosity, does this at all void is franchise tag contract and the panthers can out right release hardy without owing him a dime. Not saying I want that to happen just want to know what the panthers options are.
No, but Carolina would get a cap rebate for whatever time he's suspended for. Most likely that's about $3 million, so it's something, but not an amount that can be counted on till later in the season due to appeals.
My brother goes to church in a $5 million dollar building which brings out the police to direct traffic and they constantly compare themselves to people who had to hold meetings beside dead bodies to hide from the local authorities.
Yes this idea that the unbelievers are the big bullies and that believers are the ones constantly getting ridiculed and outcast is pretty ridiculous (not saying some unbelievers aren't jackass). You can look at the polls that questioned the types of people you want your kids to marry, who you would elect, who you find trust worthy and you'll see unbelievers seem to be the most look down upon people in our country, actually i think the entire world. Poll show people think unbelievers are immoral as well.
I met my parents in New Orleans a couple of weeks ago, and they went to church there Sunday morning. The church had an Indian gentleman speak, and he told how there are certain pro-Hindi groups that persecute Christians and told about his trials there.
The main preacher (old white guy) got up after him and railed about how Christians are just as badly persecuted here in America. He really believed that.
Dallas Northington spent nearly eight years working for Target in loss prevention, roaming the stores and scanning the surveillance cameras. In an episode at the Leesburg Target store in May that he said was typical, a man was allegedly captured twice on video shoplifting, and Northington responded as he said he always did: He called the Leesburg police, made a report and provided them the videos of the two incidents.
But the man in the video may have been a Fairfax County sheriff’s deputy, Northington said he soon learned. And within days, two things happened: The deputy retired from the sheriff’s office and Target fired Northington, 29, a married father of two with a third child on the way.