OHL Prospects - Nursing the Greyhounds Back to the Top
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10-11-2012, 08:21 AM
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I love your stuff Brock, I've always been a huge fan of your work and the fact you have a passion for junior hockey. With that out of the way, I'd like to point out that "nurse" is a noun, it means somebody who takes care of the sick. When you use "nurse" as a verb, it relates to breastfeeding. As much as I like the visual of some emaciated dog sucking at the teat of an OHL prospect for revival, I doubt that was what you were going for. If it IS what you were going for, then I have even more respect for you now than i had before. That's hilarious.
I hope Darnell doesn't miss any games from tender nipples.
I can see how you'd read it that way.
But "nursing" as a verb has many definitions beyond the breastfeeding application. I was going more for the "to bring to maturity through care and education," or "to attend to the needs and comforts of."
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