Let Me Ask You A Question – 8/2/17

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Let’s turn the tables:

What question would you like to ask me?

65 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 8/2/17

      • I agree. I think we’re underrated and largely being dismissed when playoff talk begins. But, Jackson is a year older, the O-line has been revamped, and the D is solid at LB and DB. The running game is a question, and the D-line is thin though. The problem is the way we finished last season. It was ugly, and cost us perception-wise. But I think we’ll have a good year, including finally beating Clemson.

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      • Ha! You and me both, man. You and me both. He’s got a redshirt freshman behind him who is super good, but we need Lamar to get where want to be this year. And that’s in the ACC Championship game.

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    • My tactic in the beginning was to be super active in the blog world. I read around 500 blogs per day in the first couple of years. I practice the “if you want a comment you must first comment, if you want a follower you must follow” mantra.

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  1. First I have to squawk, chicken! On your first reply. You delve deep with your questions for us, so fess up Danny! JK, we all have secrets……hmmm, my question for you is, how do you stay positive?

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    • That is a great question. This is going to sound very corny, but when I go outside to walk the dog and stare at the sky and appreciate nature. I also try to be self-aware and understand that there are so many people who are a lot worse off than I. I also surround myself with people who are positive. Positive begets positive!

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    • Coming from you that means a lot!! I would say it is one of the few advantages to being an over-thinker. My mind rarely shuts off so I’m always wondering about life. I’m also very curious by nature.

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