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Old 02-08-2010   #1
 
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"Oar" is a noun. "Row" is a verb

"Oaring" isn't a word at all.

Maybe it's the low snowpack that's making me cranky.

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you could always try shoving your dictionary up your ass! that's the only way to tolerate the complete lack of grammar, spelling, etc that runs so rampantly on the buzz!
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like omg, you are so right... i can't believe that like nobody has pointed this out before. lolz.
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you could always try shoving your dictionary up your ass! that's the only way to tolerate the complete lack of grammar, spelling, etc that runs so rampantly on the buzz!
Yeah, but I log in here for the brilliant, original, creative wit.
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like omg, you are so right... i can't believe that like nobody has pointed this out before. lolz.
It ain't sinkin in. But I'm going to go car my car to the store.
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where is casper mike when you need him?
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If proper grammar and spelling were prerequisite of boaters, we'd have the rivers to ourselves. (And I'd have won a damn Salt permit.)
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If proper grammar and spelling were prerequisite of boaters, we'd have the rivers to ourselves. (And I'd have won a damn Salt permit.)
Yeah, I don't care about grammar or spelling generally; it's just a matter of respect for the sport. Or maybe I'm just a dick.
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Apologies to all. I did a search and see that this dead horse has been well
beaten.

https://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/f...w-27468-4.html
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