24/FEV/2006 10:40 AM
||Perhaps the problem lies on the meaning of "l
let sb/sth 'go | let 'go (of sb/sth)
1 to stop holding sb/sth:
Don’t let the rope go. "Don’t let go of the rope". "Let go! You’re hurting me!"
2 to give up an idea or an attitude, or control of sth:
It’s time to let the past go. It’s time to let go of the past.
Took from Oxford Learner's.
Is like this how you understand "let go" ? (I mean the number 2)
And concerning not fooling around cowboy's places, I don't fear them at all, not even a little bit. I teached Steven Seagal how to make 5 meters-away guys miss their machinegun shots, roll in the ground at light speed, punch them in the stomach and take their gun. Moreover, I teached Chuck Norris how to roundhouse kick people.
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Perhaps the problem lies on the meaning of "l Fabricioaugusto 24/FEV/2006, 10:40 AM
I "teached" Steven - frown upon Marcio Osorio 24/FEV/2006, 3:30 PM
Dug from the deepest of my confused mind... Fabricioaugusto 24/FEV/2006, 5:24 PM
Dug from the deepest of my confused mind... Dale/RS 24/FEV/2006, 7:29 PM
How dare you to fool us?!!! Fabricioaugusto 25/FEV/2006, 9:50 AM
Dug from the deepest of my confused mind... José Roberto 25/FEV/2006, 12:23 PM
Jose/Dug from the deepest of my confused mind... Dale/RS 25/FEV/2006, 1:46 PM
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