However, those terms could certainly be used casually with those brands, sure. For instance with a PA announcer announcing a starting lineup: "Now the starting lineups for your...KREWE OF NEW ORLEANS!!!!" That'd be a nice touch.
"we might make dollars, but we don't necessarily make sense"
"always be sincere....whether you mean it or not"
5. 2-way tie b/t Krewe & Arcangels
6. NOLA BaddFawnkyMuthas
lets go hornets!!!!!! wooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !1
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Bench: PG- SG- SF- PF Anderson Varejao C Brendan Haywood
I actually wouldn't mind Dukes. Whatever our mascot could be, he could be named Phillipe.
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"Hornets means nothing." - Tom Benson
I can definitely say Knights and Dukes won't happen.
Guys, bigdub is right. No need to constantly bash people's opinions. Especially mine.
So stop it.
So UKP and Downman, you would call "Saints" non-generic? It has its unique connection, but the name is as generic and simple as you can really get. What's your justification there?
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