3 bedroom, 1 bath, 1,200 sq ft with new wiring, plumbing, roof, floors, interior and exterior paint all in the last 4 years.
Got the house before it went on the market. Pretty psyched
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I want to say I'm really impressed with the knowledge of the members on this site. So much more than basic fantasy information of the skilled players. Really great analysis/opinions of the NFL teams and their players.
Posted by d3vanj on 20 December 2012 - 10:14 PM
ILLEGALLY OBTAINED FIREARMS. ILLEGAL. AGAINST THE LAW. THEY WERE BREAKING THE LAW BY HAVING THESE WEAPONS. CONVICTED FELONS. guess what, they will ALWAYS be there. Outlaw guns all you want, criminals will still have them and still use them for evil deeds. so your fantastic idea of calling 911 or having a house alarm system (both of which he did) wouldn't have helped him. The alarm was BLARING whenever they were rummaging through the house. What is he to do then? All you do is respond in sarcastic fucking comments and add absolutely nothing to the discussion.
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Arian Foster. He reminds me of LT in his prime when he runs.
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Unfortunately, to me, the best draw is a good set of members. Of course, the problem with that becomes that the solution is the problem itself. Because what cements whether I would stay somewhere or not has little to do with the forum itself, but the culture and activity of the community. Now the culture can benefit us a bit to start, because a smaller forum is inherently going to be a bit more respectful and better behaved, but then you have to maintain that. But then activity becomes a problem, as we'd need all of us who are here to be more active to compensate for the lack of posters. Because then that continues to foster the idea that new people are welcome to post and comment, and all that will continue to draw people in. How to get it started though, I don't honestly know. Because simply asking for activity doesn't necessarily work either. A lot of empty topics can look worse than few topics, in many cases.
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Posted by jhutch on 24 April 2013 - 04:26 AM
Why not have our first forum contest? Post your 1st round mocks now! Mocks must be submitted before 5:00pm EST, Thursday.
Player correctly predicted in the first round = 1 point.
Player matched to the correct tema = 2 points.
Up to three points can be earned for each pick.
Please reply to this topic with your final mock draft. Do not edit your post. Post the selection number, the NFL team, the players first and last name, and their position. If you would like feedback on your mock draft, feel free to re-post it as a new topic. This thread is strictly for submissions!
Prize money will be based on the number of mocks submitted. The scale follows:
0-9... Bragging Rights
Tell your friends to register for Pro Football Spot and submit a mock draft! The more people, the more prize money (and of course you help the forum grow as well).
Posted by raven on 02 January 2013 - 08:49 PM
Thanks for all the great memories Sugar Ray.
No he is not coming back as Raven's DC. His son has gotten full scholarship to the UofMiami and he said he's going to be there for his son and his other son who is a freshman here in Baltimore high school. He said, it's time for family now. That's the next chapter.
His home is in Florida.
Posted by d3vanj on 20 December 2012 - 09:57 PM
So...if you outlaw guns, all robbers will have knives? Good thing criminals follow laws.
Man, we should make murder against the law, that would really stop it.
All taking away weapons will do is disarm law abiding citizens and further arm criminals.
also you shouldn't be allowed to comment on this unless you live in America. Go away TEK.
My grandfathers house was broken into 3 years ago. My grandmother is disabled and he had a Mossberg 500 in his home for self defense. 4 ARMED robbers kicked in his door at 2 in the morning. He grabbed the shotgun and pointed it at the door while they rummaged through the house, and called 911 and laid the phone on the bed. The first man came in the door and he shot him dead immediately. The second and third robbers ran through shooting, and he shot both of them, disarming them. the 4th robber made a run for it. The 3 that got caught were linked to over 30 home invasions and 6 murders in his city. Without his weapon he runs a risk of dying. Also, guess what. All 3 weapons recovered WERE OBTAINED ILLEGALLY. FUCKING WEIRD HOW CRIMINALS DON'T FOLLOW LAWS!
Posted by bphodges on 20 December 2012 - 08:18 PM
Yes. From people breaking in my home. I live in Tennessee, as well as Alabama, and Mississippi (school/gradschool). Tennessee and Alabama require no duty to retreat, regardless of where attack takes place. Mississippi requires no duty to retreat if inside your home. I am moving in to a single bedroom apartment in Mississippi in January. I will have a loaded pistol located near my bed.
Or from people attacking my future place of business. My school principal/administration (Jacob went with me) had a gun. We went to a private school. Certainly would have come in handy in case of a shooting.
I do love the sarcasm from you. Makes your argument seem very weak.
I have found myself in many different situations in public where I wish I had a carry permit and had personal protection. No, I don't get lost in dark alleys, but I have been in an unfamiliar place more than a handful of times that I wish I would have had protection. A handful of times might not seem like a lot, but it only takes on incident for it to make ALL the difference.
a robber without a gun isn't particularly daunting
And a robber WITH a gun is very daunting. A robber with a knife is daunting. A robber with a baseball bat is daunting.
A large robber with a big stick could be VERY daunting and dangerous to a female or someone who is not particularly strong.
Posted by bphodges on 14 December 2012 - 10:37 PM
If you're having posting problems, I feel bad for you son.
I got 99 problems, but a glitch ain't one.
Posted by bphodges on 13 December 2012 - 09:19 PM
Brother of the Year Award winner right here
One of my buddies was selling his student ticket and said he'd sell it to my twin brother for $600. It's a great deal, but I didn't know if my brother would go for it. I told my brother he was asking $400, and he decided to buy it. And I'm paying the $200 without him knowing (don't you dare tell him Jacob). I think I'm more excited that he's coming now than when I first got my ticket. He didn't get to go the SEC Championship games (I've been to two) or either of the National Championship games (I went to one with a friend), so I'm excited he's getting to come with us now.
My friends and I booked a hotel in North Ft Lauderale - Pompano Beach area. Some small retro cheap motel right off the beach and next to a bunch of beach bars and restaurants. We're getting down there Friday night and will have Saturday and Sunday to hang out on the beach and have some fun before the game on Monday. I'm so pumped now.
Now to find my dad a ticket.
Posted by jhutch on 16 November 2012 - 07:02 PM