Discussion in 'UConn Men's Basketball' started by fleudslipcon, May 21, 2016.
He is on tos from time to time.
Are gerbils sentient?
Speaking of gerbils, does Richard Gere know where he's going end up?
Are humans animals? If yes, then are humans gerbils? This logic thing gets tricky.
I learned awhile back during the Abu recruitment that recruiting really is fluid. Ollie thought he had Abu locked down for sure, and was shocked when he chose NCST. A kid could go from being a lock for one school, then gets a call from another coach promising this and that, and it changes the kids whole perspective. Yes we should be confident in landing Jackson, but we shouldn't be shocked if he ends up anywhere else. It's the nature of the business.
If Justin doesn't end up here I'm going to pelt you with grains of salt.
Isn't this post provided so that people can avoid an UNwieldy thread?
More importantly, can you similarly summarize how the original field of 17 Republican Presidential candidates has shrunken to one?
I'm thinking about starting a 3rd thread on JJ just to see if Fishy's head explodes
So is it safe to say that this thread has gotten wieldy?
There's a word you never see without its 'un' prefix. Although I did see in the dictionary that to use it in a sentence, they resorted to "far from wieldy,' which is kind of like saying unwieldy anyway.
I guess wieldy is like gruntle. It exists, but it pretty useless other than as the opposite of its negative sense.
Kinda like this thread.
Or just reprise this one in a year. Turn the fishmeister into sushi and serve it to @Deepster with World the waiter.
Tough! Simple answer: The village idiots have spoken! And next time I plan on wielding a big stick! An enormous schwanzstucker
What is 3uconn actually up to these days? Is he writing for a blog?
I believe he covers recruiting for TOS beginning with R.
Hopefully he's studying and heading to college!
No it's not it actually logical.
Shouldn't this thread say 'unwieldy' meaning difficult to manage, not wieldy which means manageable?
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