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    Default What did JO really say?

    Star reporter Mark Montieth quoted Jermaine saying, "But if we can (beat Chicago), that will put us in a great position to come back for the second half."

    So I'm wondering, what did he really say that Montieth replaced with "beat Chicago" in parentheses?

    My first guess is "kick their a$$."

    Any other guesses?
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    Default Re: What did JO really say?

    Probably didn't say anything there. Was probably just following another statement or question about Chicago with that line and the first line or question asked wasn't worth printing or was earlier in the article so the writer just added that in so the reader understands what he is talking about there.

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    Default Re: What did JO really say?

    He most likely said 'If we win tonight (or tomorrow night-depending on when he was interviewed), Monteith would have substituted If we win (against Chicago),...

    That is what most writers do.
    Two=the number 2
    Too=means "also"
    To=many definitions-also known as the one to use when the other 2 (two, too) do not apply.

    Their=shows ownership-'it is their house'
    They're=they are
    There=many definitions-also known as the one to use when the other 2 (their, they're) do not apply

    Sorry but it bugs me when these are used incorrectly when I read posts on PacersDigest.com.

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