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    Dydx must have missed that one!

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    Jon ... you spelled your name wrong . It should be "John"

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    You're joking, aren't you?

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    Is she planning on competing this Spring?

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    >Although it was originally 'champing', it IS now
    >commonly refered to as 'chomping.' There are
    >several Phrase Origin sites that attest to this.>>

    "commonly referred to" doesn't make it remotely right. T-2 may have brought "no problemo" into the lexicon, but it doesn't make that right either.

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    thank you jon.

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    >being a track fan is no excuse for bad grammar.
    >no you lighten up, lest everyone ends up speaking
    >like Larry Doubley. so there, a post about tnf!



    Er... capital letter at the start of each sentence, please. Also, when abbreviating in to initials, please use capital letters (TNF). Practice what you preach!!

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    Get this Letsrun crap off of here.

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    irregardless(he he) of your opinion, in my opinion i think(he he) you should lighten up. Let us reverse back(don't you just like that one?) to track only.

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    being a track fan is no excuse for bad grammar. no you lighten up, lest everyone ends up speaking like Larry Doubley. so there, a post about tnf!

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    Dydx, what up with your fixation for grammar? This is a T&F site, where hard core fans assemble. My English teacher will probably not be seen here so lighten up and post T&F material.

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    irregardless, axed a question, and a host of others are commonly used too. doesn't make em OK does it?

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    Too bad I can't actually spell EtymOlogy.

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    Although it was originally 'champing', it IS now commonly refered to as 'chomping.' There are several Phrase Origin sites that attest to this.

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    "Chomping on the bit" is a malapropism. It's "champing at the bit." Irregardless, right? Got it yet?

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