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December 5, 2006
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To me it will always be a noun. It's a little questionable as a verb. I especially hate the past tense form of the verb, probably because it makes the word sound bulky and awkward: "He impacted my car."Any of you heard the word "podium" as a verb? This one drives me buggy: "I will podium at the Olympics" or even worse, the past tense: "I podiumed." Doesn't it sound a little dirty?
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