Quote Originally Posted by BigRob View Post
Ha ha, this is very freudian. Psst, by the way, you meant "relevant" i'm sure. Have your english teacher explain it to you tomorrow at elementary school.



You've been doing it to yourself the last three days. Either your 10 and stole your dads log in information, or your chronologically stuck at that age.

If you can't see how Dan Rooney is relevant to the Steelers, the idiot shoe fits. How many 80 yr olds you know are coherent and together enough to be an ambassador? You bet your sweet ass he has plenty of input not only into the Steelers, but into the league as a whole.
No, I meant "relative."

rel·a·tive
[rel-uh-tiv] Show IPA
noun
1.
a person who is connected with another or others by blood or marriage.
2.
something having, or standing in, some relation to something else.
3.
something dependent upon external conditions for its specific nature, size, etc. ( opposed to absolute ).
4.
Grammar . a relative pronoun, adjective, or adverb.
adjective
5.
considered in relation to something else; comparative: the relative merits of democracy and monarchy.
6.
existing or having its specific nature only by relation to something else; not absolute or independent: Happiness is relative.
7.
having relation or connection.
8.
having reference or regard; relevant; pertinent (usually followed by to ): to determine the facts relative to an accident.
9.
correspondent; proportionate: Value is relative to demand.
Now, let's see if you can figure it out.