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Igo, you may want to watch your titles (or not)


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@Jeremy Igo, I was simply Googling "carolina panthers" this morning under the "news" link, and I noticed that Zod's posts (and picture) were in the search results. 

Now, your titles may not be a problem depending upon the demographic you're trying to reach, but it may not be taken as serious by professional organizations. Just food for thought. All hail to Zod!

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