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  • i have no idea actually, lol. i just know it was a bit more than 10k, and it definitely wasn't a nice round number. no worries though, i haven't made a vbet in a pretty long time. thanks!
    Hah! Ignore that PM I sent you. I just figured out what you were responding to - my comment on The Princess Bride. Now I'm intrigued what he sent you. Anything that you could share?
    I think that he's a regional guy for E!Spin, and that he sometimes writes articles for other (non-OSU) sites ... but I'm pretty sure that he's still primarily with Bucknuts.
    fantasy question, if you had favre, mcnabb & romo, but needed a top wr...

    would you deal romo/cribbs for welker/crabtree?

    roster backstory:
    FF advice
    lavar's play was spectacular, but I've seen other players leap over the LOS head-on. I'm not sure I've seen a true leapfrog sack over a tackle ('s back) before :lol:
    hmm... i like etymology. but is it still etymology when it comes to phrases as well? like "raining cats and dogs?" or is that something different?
    What about WTF? :)

    You know Oregon used to send recuits personalized comic books before they got their hand's slapped. Here is Jonathen Stewart's as an example - Oregon's Jonathan Stewart Comic Book - Photos - SI.com

    So Etymology is the study of word origins.

    <DT class=hwrd>Main Entry: <DD class=hwrd>mal- </DD><DT class=func>Function: <DD class=func>combining form </DD><DT class=ety>Etymology: <DD class=ety>Middle English, from Anglo-French, from mal bad (from Latin malus) & mal badly, from Latin male, from malus </DD>and lard

    <DT class=hwrd>Main Entry: <DD class=hwrd><SUP>2</SUP>lard </DD><DT class=func>Function: <DD class=func>noun </DD><DT class=ety>Etymology: <DD class=ety>Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin lardum, laridum; perhaps akin to Greek larinos fat </DD><DT class=date>Date: <DD class=date>14th century </DD>: a soft white solid or semisolid fat obtained by rendering fatty pork
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