No thanks. Haven't had the flu for 20 years and I really don't like getting injected with poo I don't need. Just my nature. I haven't known anyone with the flu bad enough to go to the doctor but I have personally witnessed someone have a horrible reaction to the shot.
Coincidence...maybe but again in not letting anyone from Target inject me with anything lol.
If I get sick or die due to the flu, it's ok, I accept that, I'm perfectly ok with it.
Um...I don't see us winning against any of those teams.
Lions are a better team than when we last played and I'm sure they'll want pack back like the 49ers last year.
Seattle are coming to their last year form, overcoming their 'adversity' and are much more crisp.
Vs. Dallas, I don't see our DLINE getting any pressure and Romo is underrated. Very very slight chance we could take them.
Green Bay...lol not a chance.
Arizona is out best bet for a win and if we host then it will be 2008 revenge; difference is the Cardinals in 2008 were a much better team offensively, now they have a defense and the Panthers of 2008 were crap except two RBs who made up for pretty much every other team weakness, jake was falling apart. I think 2014 Pabthers are much more well rounded which will help vs. a tough AZ defense,but they're extremely inconsistent, and more bad than good.
I give 50/50 for the cardinal game and 20/80 for the Dallas. The rest no chance.
Really hoping for a win. Spending the rest of December looking at the draft doesn't sound fun.
If you're not already doing this you're in denial.
What doesn't sound fun to me is winning out, one and done, postponing thinking of the draft by a week, getting set back in the draft 10 or so picks and JR having even more reason for his slow molasses ass to keep Shula and Ron for another year.
And if you think Ron wins a playoff game well you're beyond in denial.
Beating your kid to this extent is a lazy, pathetic way to make up for your lack of ability to parent. We've learned so much since the 'old days' when people routinley beat their kids. Psychology has taught us a lot, all kids (in fact most) do not do well being beaten. This is a fact, backed up by mountains of research, not just in this cultures but even others where morals are claimed to be more relative.
To ignore what research is telling us just because 'people den der done it in the past' is beyond idiotic. The past is meant to be learned from, not repeated. As shown in countless topics and subjects, the past is simply outdated. I have 4 siblings and we were all beaten very harshly as kids, scars, black eyes and broken bones. I am ok, my other siblings aren't and that's because it affected them differently. A lot of people who beat their children are simply too lazy, and too stupid (either by lack of effort or by modeling after their own parents, a lot of times both) to parent them properly and beating them is an easy out.
Kind of like beating your dog to do what you want vs. actually using your intellectual resources and training them to do wha tyou want. One is easy, quick and works. The other takes time, patience and requires skills and effort in obtaining knowledge, while not as easy, is intellectually beneficial to both parties.
Who fuging cares? Has nothing to do with actual football. I wish I could read more on DA and his start this Subday than this dumb media girl celebrity drama bullshit over Cam. Sometimes I wish we never drafted him, the dumassery that followed him is unreal, and I'll say I know Beady or Manning never brought with them this amount of dumass fanboys. The huddle has really turned to poo. It's like Panthers TMZ.
Don't care for the religious crap but I think the message is very important. I'm a survivor as well...no one knows until how long. You have to enjoy each day to the fullest and that includes the bad...especially the bad.