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ichigo1057

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About ichigo1057

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  • Birthday 03/03/1987

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    Chesnee, SC
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    Football (Especially Carolina Panther football), Anime, Manga, Comics, Video Games, Rock Music, and anything else that catches my interest.

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  1. I think the pure fact that so many of the AAF guys are being picked up by teams (even if just until time for cuts) shows that the Tom Dundon was an absolute moron by stating they couldn't be a development league unless the NFL "Lend them young players". Most of these guys being signed now likely wouldn't have been if they hadn't gotten the exposure they did in the short life of the AAF. The program would have been fine in terms of young players had they waited until after the draft and sought out the undrafted players that wanted to prove they had what it takes to play the game. Then again with what has come out about the guy in the past few days it looks like he never really cared about the league in the first place.
  2. I can't help but lmao at that quote. How in the bloody hell does that person not realize that Ryan retired especially since it was from us, a division rival, and the whole reason why we signed a C. Hell even a basic name search would clearly show that lol
  3. I was a fan of the Vikings before the Panthers came to be and still have a fondness for them due to that so I can confirm, Vikings fans are VERY happy to see him gone. I got to say when got rid of him I incredibly happy until i saw the Vikings brought him in and the same could be said when I saw they got rid of Matt but then picked up Remmers. Ah, such an odd feeling being a fan of two teams that have and have had a glaring problem in the same exact area. Both of those two guys do NOT need to be starters on anybodies team, that much is for sure.
  4. I haven't had the opportunity to see much from the AAF but what I have seen the WR's have looked pretty terrible. Good passes bounced into the air off their hands, passes off of their helmets that were thrown ahead of them they just kept running instead of trying to make the catch, and many other things that made me cringe. I don't know, maybe I just caught a few games where the WR's were having off days but man it was pretty bad.
  5. I stated in my comment that I don't condemn a person who has an abortion and that ultimately it is their decision. I would prefer people not and, yes, if I was asked my advice abortion would be a last option, other than in some circumstances. I'm not for banning it but I'm not going to push it as a first option either as I'd like for them to know all the options available to them so they can make an educated decision so there are less chances of them possibly regretting it later on.
  6. *facepalms* The rules say no insults or name calling and thus I was just saying be careful since I know some would take advantage to report it. I'd have said the same to somebody on the other side speaking in the same way.
  7. I definitely commend them for having the patience for as long as they did. Dude in the jersey is lucky he didn't get himself run over walking, jumping, and running around in the road like he was. Then add it the ignorance that the girl was showing "What did I do? I didn't do anything. Why are you being mean to me." *facepalm*
  8. I don't have a clue what you are talking about but whatever man. I was just saying that what you said could be taken as insults and name calling. *shrugs* If you want to keep posting like that then more power to you but I just know what generally ends up happening in most cases.
  9. No specific names were mentioned but "Anti-Abortion Fugs" and then the "Stupid fugging Idiot" are insults against everyone against you in this case. As for showing my card, it was just a reminder to keep it civil, I'm not the type of person to rush off and report off of little things like that but I know some who are and I would rather keep things to an overall civil discussion. Well first I guess I should clarify, I'm not exactly against abortion in the "BAN IT NOW!" type fashion. I dislike it because I do feel like it is a life unjustly wasted (again with the exceptions of cases of rape and the mother being endangered). Honestly I wish that adoption was a more available option since I've spoken with many people who either can't have a child of their own or even same sex couples that end up having to jump through tons of hoops just for the thought that they could be eligible. Overall though, if a person chooses to have an abortion, I'm not going to condemn them or hate them or anything, that was what they chose and they are the ones that have to live with whatever may come from that decision. The only ones that I guess you could say I would hate would be the few who do have it done 5 or 6+ times with absolutely no remorse or thought behind it.
  10. I realize this might be a sensitive subject for you but remember the rules, no insults/name calling. As for the topic, I'm generally against abortion except for in certain cases like when rape is involved or the mother's life would be in jeopardy by giving birth. Given the age of the child in this case, I can easily see it fitting into both of these cases as generally somebody that young hasn't developed enough to safely birth a child through either natural methods or C-Section.
  11. *shrugs* I actually am getting pretty much the same as I did last year though I did only work for only about half of this year. Now I kind of wonder what my return would have been like if I didn't take those months away from work before finding my new job.
  12. Cheers man, you get a beer for that! Congrats and wish your family the best of health!
  13. MJ I can see being at the top but Prince was most definitely better than U2 and Gaga was but yeah, I'd definitely take a rock n' roll half time show again.
  14. Can we please change it up and maybe get a good rock group or something. I might actually consider not changing the channel or taking a bathroom or kitchen break during the show for once. If I recall correctly, I enjoyed 2010 and 2014 when they had The Who and Red Hot Chili Peppers playing. I know for certain I enjoyed it when Prince played in, I think, 2007. I might sound like a broken record from the rock fans but how about bands like the Foo Fighters, Metallica, Def Leppard (since they have played at one of the international games before), Motley Crue (don't know if they would do it since they signed a contract to not have to tour but worth a shot), or maybe even Foreigner (I can just picture "Juke Box Hero" playing at the Superbowl).
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