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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
It's not "an achronism"? Damnit, should've kept going for the ph.d. Remember, no apostrophe in possessive "its." I personally love to hear Masters announcers squirm when they recognize having uttered a noun, adjective, adverb (and sometimes even a preposition) that has/have not been sanctioned as proper by the 2DeadCrew that runs the "invitational."
04/12/08 @ 21:14

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