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PlannedObsolescence

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  1. Question About SPHL News Articles

    Who- Vol or JMC?
  2. Question About SPHL News Articles

  3. Fund Drive for the 2017/18 Season is on

    Kilroy was here.
  4. Players

    Scratched my head- had to look this one up:
  5. Bloomington Thunder rebranding

    If they don't, they can just turn the "long A" in Aces to a "short a"
  6. Players

    Good grief- what phrase(s) are associated with what other phrase(s) in this post?
  7. Some young-uns on the boards may not know this historical fact.
  8. I bet he hopes he "corners" the Coffey Cup! William B. Coffey Trophy Originally known as the Commissioner's Cup, the regular season trophy was renamed in honor of league co-founder Bill Coffey during the 2007–08 season.
  9. Hurricane Irma News

    And now, back to the topic, everyone in the storm's path stay safe.
  10. Hurricane Irma News

    And from grammarist.com Present company excepted is a phrase used when one makes a rude, overly general or critical remark to indicate that the rude, overly general or critical remark is not directed at the people currently in one’s presence. In essence, present company excepted describes making an exception to one’s statement, to exclude the present people from one’s rude, overly general or critical remark. Present company exceptedfirst appears in the latter 1700s. Present company accepted is a mondegreen, which is a phrase or lyric derived from the mishearing of the correct phrase or lyric. Present company accepted is always incorrect, as it means the exact opposite of the original phrase, present company excepted.
  11. Hurricane Irma News

    Why, thank you. From the Merriam-Webster dictionary: formal —used to say that a person or persons present is/are not included in a general statement one has just made about a group or class of people
  12. Hurricane Irma News

    There's always a lot of wind and hot air coming out of Knoxville 100% agree.
  13. End of Season AIHL Awards

    I hope their teams were respectable- unless they were winless or had a bunch of goons for teammates.
  14. FHL's Future Unclear?

  15. Mississippi Exhibition Games

    Not slippin' at all. Some believe the "7th day" is Saturday, and Sunday is the 1st day. And this particular game is scheduled on a Sunday. So whose one foot is near the grave and the other foot is on an oil slick, eh, sonny-boy?
  16. Mississippi Exhibition Games

    Of course, that is profiling against our Jewish, Muslim, 7th-Day Adventist, 7th-Day Baptist, and other religions and sects friends that don't celebrate Sunday as the "Sabbath".
  17. Mississippi Exhibition Games

    At least it's in the afternoon, between morning and evening services. That way, fans can pray for the team in the AM and rejoice or repent in the PM.
  18. Cancer Tribute Jersey

    I scen-ile these posts. Courtesy of the "Urban Dictionary": TOP DEFINITION scenilemusic The act of becoming a "scene kid" Bill: "Well Bob, I'm off to buy some skinny fit jeans and get my hair dyed black" Bob: "Dear Lord no! When did you go Scenile?"
  19. Good scheduling by the MRKs and CFA that these aren't on Sundays.
  20. Macon 2017-18 Pre-Season Roster

    Type what you mean and mean what you type.
  21. I like the fact that you said she needed something new about which to needle you.
  22. Believe it or not, I was thinking more along THESE lines and no lower.
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