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Re: Concrete and Clay

Posted by R. Berg on October 06, 2003

In Reply to: Re: Concrete and Clay posted by ESC on October 06, 2003

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: : : : what does "set around" mean?

: : : : I found it in a Kurt Vonnegut short story.

: : : : "you don't compete with anybody around here. You just set around"

: : : : thanx soo much in advance!!
: : : : ciaoo

: : : Could it be "sit around"?

: : It is just possible that the people just solidified - was the story about Pompeii?

: People are "set in their ways."

Given the context of not competing, the phrase probably means you just sit and do nothing.