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il Malocchio

Member Since 25 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 08:13 PM

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In Topic: Kug to have back surgery Aug 8th, done for year

Yesterday, 01:39 PM

If hes on IR then we cannot cut him without a settlement and other teams cannot pick him up, correct? Perhaps they just dont want to lose him, which they could if they stuck him on practice squad, but its way too early for PS to be named anyhow.... I know less about it than most seem to, just throwin poo at the wall. Gotta be a reason hes not just cut, gotta be a rhyme for him to go to IR this early..... 


"Youre not getting this like we hoped, the bike is doing nothing for your upper body. We need strong up and down, youre only going to stop Atlanta's pass rush with just your legs. We're placing you on IR, go study the playbook after "surgery", we'll see if you can handle Spartanburg next August..."


Again, just seein if something sticks....

In Topic: Panthers make roster moves

23 July 2014 - 06:08 PM

Can't believe noone's asked if they could play LT...

Seriously, these guys ever play anything other than center?

Prob'ly drunk on miPhone using CarolinaHuddle...

In Topic: Greg Olsen on Mac Attack @ 7:30

23 July 2014 - 02:19 PM

No update for those of us outside of MacAttack's delivery area? 

In Topic: Direct TV Sunday Ticket Subscribers

23 July 2014 - 02:16 PM

OK, so they can try to limit where you put it... The HOA can tell you they dont want to see it, but if it obstructs signal, then the HOA has to live with it. Thats my interpretation anyway...


cgar said they wouldnt let him have one... This says otherwise.....

In Topic: Direct TV Sunday Ticket Subscribers

23 July 2014 - 01:54 PM

The HOA cannot keep you from getting DirecTV, per FCC regulation...




The rule (47 C.F.R. Section 1.4000) has been in effect since October 1996, and it prohibits restrictions that impair the installation, maintenance or use of antennas used to receive video programming.  The rule applies to video antennas including direct-to-home satellite dishes that are less than one meter (39.37") in diameter (or of any size in Alaska), TV antennas, and wireless cable antennas.


The rule allows local governments, community associations and landlords to enforce restrictions that do not impair the installation, maintenance or use of the types of antennas described above, as well as restrictions needed for safety or historic preservation.  Under some circumstances where a central or common antenna is available, a community association or landlord may restrict the installation of individual antennas. 



.tell the HOA to suck it.... Youre welcome.....

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