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Newton starter vs Bengals, Week 1 starter TBD

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so wait, would it be like "A Panther rookie starting 2011 means the panthers will reventually get the #1 draft pick"? ;) no i don't think that.

Perfect.

I am on the phone to Merriam Webster as we speak.

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And so it begins....

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And so it begins....

U finally got banned huh...what did you do.

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See if you can get revenually in there as well.

And actuals

I hate that actuals isn't a word.

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actuals is a word I thought? isn't it basically the actual item that is being traded for on the market?

edit: apparently actuals are "physical items/commodities delivered at the completion of a contract, or the physical item that underlies a contract"

ok let's see...

blech nevermind, can't make it work

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actuals is a word I thought? isn't it basically the actual item that is being traded for on the market?

edit: apparently actuals are "physical items/commodities delivered at the completion of a contract, or the physical item that underlies a contract"

ok let's see...

"The rookie wage scale may keep the Panthers from being revenually beholden to Cam Newton too deeply, but we still hope our investment in him leads to the actuals of an NFL championship... but at this point I'd settle for us not reventually being stuck with the #1 pick in 2012"

It doesn't come up in any of my dictionaries.

I use it like this: "We've seen the forecast, but have we looked at how the actuals compare to that?"

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http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/actual could suggest that the origin of the business term I quoted is from that very idea that you represent in that quote. When used as a noun, an actual can be plural, therefore it is a word and you win or lose, depending on how you look at it.

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http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/actual could suggest that the origin of the business term I quoted is from that very idea that you represent in that quote. When used as a noun, an actual can be plural, therefore it is a word and you win or lose, depending on how you look at it.

Outlook always makes that poo bright red for me...I get so pissed.

Fug it.

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Everyone thinks he has a very high ceiling.

The differing of opinions comes from where he is now. The haters believe he's a little further back than the huggers.

We may be some differences on where Cam is at this moment, or even how high his ceiling actually is.

There are virtually no items that everyone on the huddle seems to agree on, save one.

And that one is that you are a complete idiot.

That is all.

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We may be some differences on where Cam is at this moment and even how high his ceiling actually is.

There are virtually no items that everyone on the huddle seems to agree on, save one.

And that one is that you are a complete idiot.

That is all.

not that I mind grammatical mistakes, but there's something amusing about people who make them while calling another poster an idiot.

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not that I mind grammatical mistakes, but there's something amusing about people who make them while calling another poster an idiot.

My comment had nothing to do with his grammer nor his spelling. It strictly is related to the fact that he is an annoying little poo.

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actuals is a word I thought? isn't it basically the actual item that is being traded for on the market?

edit: apparently actuals are "physical items/commodities delivered at the completion of a contract, or the physical item that underlies a contract"

ok let's see...

blech nevermind, can't make it work

How about this:

"At 6' 5" and 248, Cam Newton's actuals scare the crap out of Jimmy Clausen.

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