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340duster said:
I'm still going to Carlisle.
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Yeah, well your how old? 25? I'm only 16, and my parents suck and they would never let me go. Hell, they wouldnt let me go to the chicago meet!


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Astrogiblet said:
Yeah, well your how old? 25? I'm only 16, and my parents suck and they would never let me go. Hell, they wouldnt let me go to the chicago meet!


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Wrong...I'm 19. :)

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Gorm said:
Ahh...your not bringing the Intrepid right?

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No, since I bought the new truck, I don't have to steal the car for the trip...it actually saves me some money, because I was going to have to rent my mom a car to use if I took the Intrepid up.
 

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concordia said:
1) DaBirdzRT - he can be in loco parentis for ya! (emphasis on loco) :groupgrin

Wtf? Can you clear up that sentence. "He can be in loco parentis for ya!" I dont understand what you are trying to say. Unfortunately, your spanish is more clear to me then your english...


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The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002.

in loco parentis


(in LOH-koh puh-REN-tis) To assume the duties and responsibilities of a parent: “Because Jack’s parents were out of town, his sister acted in loco parentis and punished him for staying out so late.” From Latin, meaning “in the place of a parent.”
 
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