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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 09, 12:32:42pm
Author: E++
Subject: Re: Sutton Decision?
In reply to: loyal 's message, "Sutton Decision?" on Wednesday, July 09, 08:45:15am

Reminds me of my geeky youth...waiting for the pretty girl to accept my invite to the prom; all the while she was waiting for a better offer...she eventually blew me off for a guy with a better car.

I hope I'm not having deja vue all over again.

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[> [> Re: Sutton Decision? -- Dodger Blue Peacock'61, Wednesday, July 09, 01:09:53pm [1]

Reminds me of the Henry Finkel deal ..now you see him (all 7ft of him in SPC hallways) now you don't (Dayton University) LOL!

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[> [> [> Re: Sutton Decision? -- E++, Wednesday, July 09, 01:44:16pm [1]

Wasn't that one of the new words added to Merriam-Webster this past year?

Finkle. Transitive verb. To make a promise and then break it in favor of a presumed better opportunity. "The player finkled the coach at the last minute".( etymology: from old French "Finque", someone who does not keep their word ). Noun. The act of finkling. " The girl's finkle left the geek worrying about a date for the prom.

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