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#3153934 How about this for a Christmas miracle?

Posted by WilmyWood on Today, 05:46 PM

Reminds me of a story from years ago from an old roommate.  His dog, a Husky, disappeared after jumping the fence in the backyard.  This was about 2 weeks after we moved in to a new house.  He was gone for over a month so we figured we wouldn't be seeing him again even thought we searched and put up flyers everywhere (pre social media, craigslist, etc.).  


One random day, we got a call from our old neighbor about 15 miles across town.  He said he saw the dog sitting in front of the house we used to live in.  Apparently, it took him over a month, but he finally made it back to the old house we lived in for a couple years.  I guess he liked that house better.


Anyway, kudos for doing the right thing.  A lot of people would not have.

#3153209 Darrin Reaves = Pranked

Posted by WilmyWood on Yesterday, 07:06 PM

Holy poo he took that well...

#3150967 What's on their minds?

Posted by WilmyWood on 23 December 2014 - 02:04 PM





Bell- "I just farted and it smells like hot dogs!"

Norwell- "Your skull.  I want to crush it."

Kalil- "I smell hot dogs!"

Turner- "Bruh, I aint sayin' cheese."

Remmers- "This is me excited."

#3140951 Bears starting jimmy pickles over cutler this week

Posted by WilmyWood on 17 December 2014 - 08:04 PM

C'mon, guys. Clausen was thrown into a poo situation in Carolina. I wish him nothing but the best.


Posted by WilmyWood on 14 December 2014 - 08:47 PM



#3129560 Cam's First Facebook Post Since the Accident

Posted by WilmyWood on 10 December 2014 - 10:01 PM

At the core of the human experience is the desire to live... To survive and thrive. Your instinct is to above all else ensure your survival. YOU. If you have a family, then that scope broadens, but the gist is the same, as your children would ensure your survival as well even if you pass.

That being said... To illustrate my point, regardless of your beliefs, if a tornado completely destroys your home and you come to laying in a field, do you open your eyes and start looking for Joe Shmoe in BFE, Nebraska to make sure he's alright, or do you start looking for YOUR family? Generally, people make sure themselves and their loved ones are safe and secure before moving on to being concerned with anyone else. It's not arrogance, it's human nature. It's survival.

So, when you go through an experience like that, first and foremost, you're thankful that you are alive. Again, regardless of your beliefs, you are thankful. You may express it in different ways but you are thankful.

Cam isn't being arrogant. Neither is anyone else that express that thankfulness with the sincerity he has, that they lived through a potentially-life threatening event. They are thankful that they, individually, are alive. They aren't thankful they lived and Joe Shmoe they don't know died. They are just thankful they lived. Furthermore, when you believe that you, yourself, as an individual, are being protected by a higher power, you are thankful that you were kept relatively safe and allowed to live through your experience.

Even if I wasn't a man of faith, I don't see how that is offensive.

But, I agree with everything Cam said, and I'm thankful he is alive and well.


Well said.  I really hope this does not backfire on me or offend anyone, but a shitload of thoughts are running through my head as I await treatment and Cam's post really hit home.  That said, I am not a man of faith.  I have my reasons, and those reasons I'll keep private.


I live a productive life.  I have a great career and a great family.  I give back to the community and to those in need since I consider myself a fortunate person.  Even though I am not a man of faith, I do live by one of the Bible's teachings; So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.


This world we live in does need to be more tolerant, as evident by just about every news story making headlines these days.  It flat out does not matter the reason you may be thankful for getting through a trying or potential life threatening situation.  For that matter, it doesn't even matter if you thank your fuging window blinds for winning a $10 scratch off ticket.


Point being, have faith in something.  Have faith in yourself.  Have faith in your family.  Have faith in your friends.  Have faith in God.  Have faith in your fuging window blinds. If it gives you strength, GO FOR IT.  If you see or hear someone showing faith in something you don't agree with, chill.  As long as what they believe in causes no harm to others, chill.  If it brings them calm, if it brings them strength, chill.

That being said, let's all be thankful, in our own ways, that our franchise QB was not hurt any worse than he was.  That 98 Dodge of his could have flipped off the damn bridge. 


Go Panthers!

#3129439 Cam's First Facebook Post Since the Accident

Posted by WilmyWood on 10 December 2014 - 08:18 PM

As a guy sitting in the Hampton Inn at Duke awaiting treatment for prostate cancer I can easily tell you that what Cam said was spot on. Don't take a damn thing in life for granted.

#3129246 What is your excitement level for this game?

Posted by WilmyWood on 10 December 2014 - 05:43 PM

10.  I'm perfectly confident that DA can lead us to a win vs the Bucs and keep us on the road to the playoffs.


Posted by WilmyWood on 07 December 2014 - 07:31 PM

I do miss #89 in those situations.  That dude would beat up anyone in the NFL.

#3120854 Survivor - Panthers Edition....

Posted by WilmyWood on 07 December 2014 - 09:06 AM

It will be the first player to make a bad play based on a bad decision by the coaching staff.

#3119993 I think my kid has Measles...

Posted by WilmyWood on 05 December 2014 - 10:12 PM

Not measles... Some other viral infection. They don't know what.

Have them test him for strep throat. I know it sounds strange, but as a child I had an allergic reaction to strep throat and my symptoms were exactly those and initially the docs had no idea what it was.

#3119352 Alas, it's my fault the Panthers suck ass the year

Posted by WilmyWood on 05 December 2014 - 11:24 AM

Sunnova.  My helmet now faces NW towards the stadium, which looks weird on my shelf.  But dammit, I with ya!

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#3104768 Jurassic World

Posted by WilmyWood on 25 November 2014 - 01:45 PM

For realz do.  How many times can you make a damn Dino park before you realize it's probably not a good idea?


I mean, I'm not saying I won't be there opening day, but damn.

#3098271 Operation 88: Get Greg to the Pro Bowl

Posted by WilmyWood on 20 November 2014 - 08:48 AM

voted, dude deserves it.

#3097031 Panthers Working Out WR Tysson Poots

Posted by WilmyWood on 19 November 2014 - 11:16 AM

C'mon guys, think of the potential!!   Whenever he scores the crowd would get to yell "POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTSSSSS!!!"

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