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01-22-2013, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Foppa2118 View Post
No it's not overwhelmingly different but I think it's slightly different like I said.

We're kind of getting into semantics, and I think your basic point was proven either way, but to me personally "vowed never to play again" sounds like never play even one game again, like what Roy said to Montreal. Where as "vowed never to sign a contract again" is something in the future that could obviously change with time, like it did.

Again, just a slight semantic difference IMO, but your point stands.
And on your end, I would agree, a poor choice of words on my end, however I am at work and didn't have the book with me to check it out again.

FYI, for those who haven't read it, I know AD isn't popular on these boards, but Blood Feud IS a great read, I highly recommend it.

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