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#2920069 The Covert Origins of ISIS

Posted by party_animal on Today, 05:52 PM

LOL. That's all I have to say about this.


#2918918 The Fappening

Posted by party_animal on Yesterday, 09:48 PM

Hollywood PR teams be like.


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No they are fapping too.

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#2916388 Other NFL cuts of interest....

Posted by party_animal on 30 August 2014 - 11:45 AM

Eben Britton was cut. He was moved to LG after starting his career at RT. He was projected as one of the better OL prospects in the '09 draft.

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#2916055 Final Panther cuts 8-30-2014

Posted by party_animal on 30 August 2014 - 09:27 AM

I heard someone on wfnz the other day taking about how they thought Chris Scott was a better run blocked than Turner... I almost wrecked when I started laughing.

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#2911776 Bucs week - Yo ho ho it’s a pirates life for me

Posted by party_animal on 27 August 2014 - 02:06 PM

Rumor has it that much like the Buc's games, this past is blacked out in their market.

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#2908765 Notable OL Cuts

Posted by party_animal on 25 August 2014 - 12:18 PM

Scot, you're absolutely right.  He is not that notable anymore but, it would take a few posts before someone throws his name out there anyway.  Sometimes someone with a name = someone with a talent to some people.




#2908751 Notable OL Cuts

Posted by party_animal on 25 August 2014 - 12:14 PM

OT Max Starks - Cut by Arizona
OT Winston Justice - Cut by Broncos
OT Wade Smith - Cut by Seahawks (started 48 games for the Texans)
OL Adam Snyder - 10 year vet who had played virtually every position on the line as a pro. Considered a huge surprise cut in SF due to the holdout of Boone.
OL Eben Britton - Young, versatile player who had pro experience at RT and G. Chit by bears.
OT J'Marcus Webb - Below average starter who had experience at LT. Was a member of the famous Chicago OL that almost killed Jay Cutler. His name was thrown out a lot in the off season.
OT Eric Winston - NFLPA president and long term starter at RT. More of a zone blocker but, appears to be a huge favorite here because playing recognize his name.
T Guy Whimper - Swing tackle for the Steelers who went younger on their OL.
G Anthony Steen - Rookie who was a two year starter at Alabama. Was considered a 3rd round pick by some analysts but fell due to injury concerns.
OT Michael Williams - Converted from TE earlier this offseason. Was a great blocking TE. He was the loser on the Lions' logjam at OT.


#2908065 Panthers Cuts 8-24

Posted by party_animal on 24 August 2014 - 09:38 PM

Who cares? Stop hijacking this thread by arguing semantics.

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#2903700 Official Panthers - Patriots Gameday Thread

Posted by party_animal on 22 August 2014 - 08:19 PM

Same overreactions, same old huddle.

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#2901995 American Journalist James Foley beheaded on camera by ISIS militants.

Posted by party_animal on 22 August 2014 - 06:02 AM

On top of that, how do we even know ISIS is who we've been told they are? I've read lots of reports, including declassified information from Edward Snowden, stating that the leader of ISIS is an Israeli Mossad agent. We all know how Israel LOVES when we come fight their wars for them.

There is no way this report would have been something from Snowden's stolen files. You either read something fake or you're lying to bolster your "e-cred."
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#2901694 Charlotte's WSOC TV bumping Bristol race in favor of Redskins game, Panth...

Posted by party_animal on 21 August 2014 - 07:53 PM

Can you take a picture of your t.v. guide by any chance? I would like to show this to a few people who are getting overly sensitive about this...

Sure.

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#2901542 Manziel Not Impressing

Posted by party_animal on 21 August 2014 - 05:28 PM



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#2901452 American Journalist James Foley beheaded on camera by ISIS militants.

Posted by party_animal on 21 August 2014 - 04:39 PM

I'd argue the media pushes what it does to impose an agenda, which this fake beheading video clearly illustrates.
And yes, united states intelligence agencies have a long track record of manipulating situations so that we have an excuse to go to war. Then the media (who in large part is owned by the defense corporations, i.e. General Electric) then propogates the script in order to garner public support for the ulterior motive.


That is insulting to my intelligence but moreover to this gentleman's family. I can honestly tell you that without a doubt you are clueless.

I speak on things like this with an pretty well versed understanding of their political systems and culture. You speak with paranoid delusions and baseless conjecture. I really don't care to carry on conversation with you any further because any point I make will be ignored because it doesn't fit your preconceived conspiracy theories.

This man died because Islamic militants didn't get their ransom. Key words, this man died. He was beheaded and all he was trying to do was his job.

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#2900319 American Journalist James Foley beheaded on camera by ISIS militants.

Posted by party_animal on 20 August 2014 - 05:51 PM

ISIS is not powerful enough to create the chaotic conditions that they need to thrive as an organization.

They have simply taken advantage of power vacuums created by weak/unstable central governments like those in Syria and Iraq.

Iran has little to fear from them.

We will have to agree to disagree on this one.

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#2900160 American Journalist James Foley beheaded on camera by ISIS militants.

Posted by party_animal on 20 August 2014 - 03:37 PM

I think you're falling too hard for the fear mongering propaganda of the warmongering establishment media. Is there any way you can prove they're "all around us" as you're basically suggesting? I would think if that was the case then we'd actually see them trying to do things over here.

Don't assume anything with me. Venom, at the risk of sounding like a total douche, i will tell you that undoubtedly i know more about this than you. Don't take it personal. If you knew me outside of a message board handle, you would understand that statement.

What you need to know about my perspective on this is as follows. I am the biggest skeptic of the media and their crisis of today reporting. Most of the time, their conjecture is absurd. I hate 24-hour news for that reason.

With this situation, the media doesn't take into account right now, ISIL's focus is to maintain their gains in Syria and Iraq. This video specifically is a hollow threat posted in response to the pressure they feel from air strikes and western support to the peshmerga. However it is only hollow for now. They have a greater plan in mind and if we let this go, then it's bad for our regional partners, global partners, and us. They will only get stronger if we leave them alone.

When you look at a threat to figure out if it's legit break it down into opportunity, capability, and intent. Some posters here will know where I get that from but my purpose for using it is applied to a greater scale.

Opportunity - ISIL has no known opportunity. But, a lot of times evidence of this may be hard to find. A lack of evidence doesn't always equate no evidence. Factor in their ability to practice something called operational security. View no known opportunity cautiously.
Capability - Yes, it is possible for them to do something to the continental US.
Intent - They have stated their intent.

The key phrase of my post was deal with it now, or pay greater down the line. This group is scarier and more militant than AQ. Their tactics are reminiscent of the 1990s Taliban in Afghanistan. Except, they are not indigenous to the area they are attempting to over run.


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