Help me meet Andy Roddick!

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Re: Help me meet Andy Roddick!

Post by hyperconjugated » Mon 08.25.2008 6:14 am

I'll fifth that. First I read 'Andy Rooney' and got excited, hoping for few minutes of ranting. Dang.
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Re: Help me meet Andy Roddick!

Post by richvh » Mon 08.25.2008 7:11 am

Maybe you would have been better off posting in a sports-oriented forum? (Who's this Roddick fellow, anyway?)
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Re: Help me meet Andy Roddick!

Post by tanuki » Mon 08.25.2008 11:23 pm

Aww, no love for Andy...

My father calls him "Andy Panda". As for me, I'd love to meet Djokovic. :)

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Re: Help me meet Andy Roddick!

Post by furrykef » Thu 08.28.2008 9:45 am

Yudan Taiteki wrote:I guess the only advantage is that you don't have to have a big bulky paper thing
That advantage isn't to be underestimated, especially since that "big bulky paper thing" has 20 volumes spanning 21,730 pages. Also, the print version of the OED costs $900, so you can save money by subscribing, for whatever reason, you'll need the OED for less than three years. Of course, if you have the print edition, paying for the online edition is probably not worth it except in special circumstances.

And no, I don't know who Andy Roddick is. :P

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Re: Help me meet Andy Roddick!

Post by two_heads_talking » Thu 08.28.2008 12:00 pm ... TENNIS.php

Those three links should keep the uneducated busy if they care to look at who Andy Roddick is. I don't know what's scarier, the fact that even though I haven't played Tennis in over 15 years I know who he is, or the fact that he shows up in sports talk as much as he does..

I suppose having a daughter who plays tennis now, and she likes to watch all the tennis players might have something to do with it.. :mrgreen:

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