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I read about a guy on the ESPN website who found D saying that Jeremy Lin has one on his armor because he plays the ball too much. I think that's right because it's just an expression.

It depends on which side you are on.

There has been a record of people eating watermelon.

Or no one eats fried chicken.

Or where the image of some women in Congress is Obama's head in the image of a monkey.

I don't want to eat anyone

You can vote on your comments based on your situation.

In the case of Jeremy Lin, it can be said that Mr. Lin is Asian. And you can use the word in that context. You've never heard of Kobe or the look of armor you wear at the ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ dates back to ancient times when warriors wore royal armor. It would be a weakness in armor protection that a warning could be used to defeat it, or at least benefit the wearer.

Today it means the same thing, but now it means a weakness in strategy or skill that your opponent can use against you.

It could be a business, a game, a war, or a situation where someone is competing and facing a weakness which can mean the difference between winning or losing.

I thought you wrote it as a joke and you didn't mean it. There is nothing more to this statement than to admit that a player has a weakness that could endanger his team.

Armor cannot be as flexible as material, and can be twisted or pushed, such as in the morning, when you have to remove the corners of your back or comb your hair.

Armor is not such a material. If so, it will be too weak to serve its primary purpose as a strong shield between you and your opponent.

The only other thing in the coach was a small game. My wife and I could play alone in our bedroom after the kids were asleep.


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I agree, and I always say I don't care. I don't care, it doesn't make sense unless you say it sarcastically and show that you mean something else, but it still doesn't make sense and I don't care. There seems to be an attempt to change the rules of grammar to make colloquial impressions more acceptable, but I think this is an unfortunate trend. I saw someone here a few months ago who insisted that it was now grammatically correct to make sentences with sentences. It may be accepted as artistic freedom in poetry or novels, but it is still grammatically incorrect, and if I were an English teacher, I would always classify it as an error in a subject. This is not a case where the majority opinion is correct. No matter how many people break the rules of grammar, they are always wrong, and whoever speaks and writes right is always right.

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I totally agree with Jason. It has been used repeatedly in the past for Asian nationalities and its intentions are not good. Pay attention to what is said in many old war movies. It has a lot to do with the attitudes and reactions used when it is said, so I would definitely consider the possibility that ESPN guy might disappoint Jeremy Lin, but I don't know if he What are you going through I can't make that call. I also think that this world gets really excited when it comes to finding the hidden meaning in every comment, if nothing negative is wanted. It would be nice, but very unrealistic, if we could think for each other.

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That's right- this is a bit of a mess (which will keep you armored).

Absolutely not!

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