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So I know I've been BSing on this, but I am going to go ahead and set up the pick  'em league. But first we need conversate a bit. I've never done this before, and only vaguely understand how it works. I'm a die-hard fan, but I've sneered at fantasy for years.

Still, I think it could be fun and break some of the depressing talk about slaves and health care. So my questions are legion. Is there a site I should use that's better than others? I'm been messing around with Yahoos. How intense is it for the commish? And is there any cap on the numbers that can get in?

Feel free to go to school on me--just no cracks about "conversate."

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