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#2911911 Michael Sam, draft prospect, admits he's gay

Posted by MadHatter on Today, 04:37 PM

Other than them being the same sec I dunno. What I do know is that the showers in this case aren't at a swingers club. Its part of their profession. I'm a professional actor. I've been in various states of undress, up to & including showering... yes naked, with straight women, lesbians, gay guys, & bisexuals, & checking folks out doesn't really register. You're just getting cleaned up.

Also I'd point out that for most people who use group showers, there's a good chance you've showered with a homosexual & just didn't know.

 

Thanks for the response....your view is similar to mine on the topic.

 

The question was actually asked by one of the ladies in our office (she is a big sports fan and saw the article about the showering).  She was asking what the difference really was.  Her comment was that she would feel very uncomfortable showing with a group of men (because they would be showering with the gender that they were attracted to). 




#2911839 Well, School starts tomorros

Posted by MadHatter on Today, 03:18 PM

that depends heavily on what it is you're studying

 

Fair point....my opinion was based on Finance/Business classes




#2911671 Universal "Guns Aren't the Issue" Playbook

Posted by MadHatter on Today, 12:30 PM

lol

 

He's arguing that other weapons don't fall under the protection of the 2nd amendment and is cutting a sentence in half to try to prove his point. 

 

only in the tinderbox. 

But the absolute bottom line is that the 2nd amendment guarantees you the right to bear arms....it does not matter why that right was originally given.

 

And, I am not a big gun person.  I have one handgun for protection.  It stays locked in a gun safe that has two security locks....one is a fingerprint (wife and I are the only prints that are registered in the safe) and a 4 digit code.  I only take it out twice a year to clean and take it to the range.




#2911438 Universal "Guns Aren't the Issue" Playbook

Posted by MadHatter on Today, 10:16 AM

This ladies and gentlemen is a great example of close mindedness.  Don't have you mind made up regarding an issue without actually looking into it, and if you do be willing to change your mind or you will be like heel31ok, having to cut sentences in half and performing mental gymnastics to sustain your belief. 

 

Actually, you are the one being closed minded.

 

All the statement about a well regulated militia does is explain WHY we have the right.  The 2nd amendment grants the right (plain and simple)...regardless of why they originally provided the right.




#2911180 FWIW, Panthers on Winners & Losers of Game 3 in this NFL article

Posted by MadHatter on Today, 06:03 AM

I see that we have our daily obligatory "bitch about what the media is saying about Cam and the Panthers" thread




#2909779 keep one, ban one, drink a beer with one. Go!

Posted by MadHatter on Yesterday, 07:03 AM

Keep: chknwing :P

Ban: the dude talking poo in the Robin Williams thread

Beer: I don't need an excuse to drink so any of you guys. But I don't know when, and I don't know where, but I am getting MadHatter drunk and having a tinderbox beer summit at some point in the near future


I am up for that my friend.


#2908911 16 year old girl almost got kidnapped in Ballantyne in the middle of the day

Posted by MadHatter on 25 August 2014 - 01:24 PM

Panthro and MadHatter are having a douche-off over their neighborhoods in your thread about the near-rape of teenage girl, Arsen. Classic Huddle!

 

Anyway, everyone who's anyone knows that Dilworth is the place to be. Craftsman style McMansions FTW!

 

Not at all.

 

Panthro made a stupid statement that people should not move out in the suburbs trying to avoid crime...because crime is everywhere.

 

I pointed out that crimeis everywhere...but it is at a much lower statistical rate in certain neighborhoods.

 

I prefer less crime and better schools to more diversity and "houses with charm".....it is a personal preferance.  And, one that people with kids often make (especially school aged kids).  I will be interested to see if Panthro's opinion changes once having school aged kids.




#2908901 16 year old girl almost got kidnapped in Ballantyne in the middle of the day

Posted by MadHatter on 25 August 2014 - 01:18 PM

trolls.jpg

 

Quit posting Selfies




#2908897 Universal "Guns Aren't the Issue" Playbook

Posted by MadHatter on 25 August 2014 - 01:17 PM

Agreed but guns are a part of the issue. 

 

I agree with you in that gun ownership reform does need some reform.

 

Standard background checks and requirements in all states

Mandatory gun safety class to own a gun...including refresher courses every few years




#2908463 16 year old girl almost got kidnapped in Ballantyne in the middle of the day

Posted by MadHatter on 25 August 2014 - 08:40 AM

Anyways this is about crime and different neighborhoods.

 

It is everywhere in Charlotte. I remember the guy walking in Foxcroft Eat and was gunned down.

 

http://www.wcnc.com/...06/26/10447912/

 

The flying biscuit murder?

 

Why are people so surprised by it.

Yes, crime is everywhere.

 

But, crime is lower in certain areas.  Ballantyne has a lower crime rate than Midwood...that is a fact.

 

If you chose to live in Midwood because you like the diversity and the character of the older homes.....that is all good. 

 

But, some (like myself) chose the area that we live in based on school ratings and safety.....education and safety of my kids are flat out my #1 priority.

 

Don't insult those who value education and safety over diversity and character.




#2907605 The Official "Whats the main problem with the passing game" poll

Posted by MadHatter on 24 August 2014 - 05:58 PM

II think we are practicing passing.....not running our offense.


I think you are on to something.

With Cam coming off an injury, no time in OTA's, and a new WR corp, Shula has been force feeding the passing game to work through the rust.


#2907598 The Official "Whats the main problem with the passing game" poll

Posted by MadHatter on 24 August 2014 - 05:56 PM

Most of the people who vote that Cam isnt getting ridof it fast enough are the same ones who said it in past years.


It was wrong then, and it's wrong now. Ive noticed it's primrily the TV crowd who cannot see what's happning down field and generally dont make the connection that most of what is transpiring isnt happening on their TV screen.

This year we will see, and I believe our WR corp will be improved, but OL play, playcalling and chemistry with new players are the 3 main factors.

So it is everything OTHER than Cam...got it

It is a combination of things...OL, chemistry, AND Cam.


#2907296 Cam not playing Thurs, has rib injury

Posted by MadHatter on 24 August 2014 - 04:24 PM

Thanks Byron bell

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Bell had nothing to do with the play where he got hurt.

Damn we really do have some dumb mofo's in our fan base


#2906263 This offense will miss Steve Smith

Posted by MadHatter on 24 August 2014 - 08:36 AM

Can someone please take the stick that we used to beat this dead horse....and beat AceNoogie with it.


#2900278 Chances Bersin could be our number 2 at WR

Posted by MadHatter on 20 August 2014 - 05:06 PM

Bersin will almost definitely make the team but at best case he is a 4.

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Not so fast my friend.

KB, Avant, Cotchery, and King are the locks.

Bersin is fighting with Philly as the #5 WR. Given Philly's ability to return punts. I think he had the edge.

Bersin likely only makes the team if we keep 6WR's.... Which is not a lock that we do.




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