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Not that intimidating

When you really think about it, the game of football is all about intimidation.Quarterbacks try to intimidate opposing defenses with arm strength and precision, while middle linebackers go the more conventional route of intimidation by delivering crushing blows to running backs and wide receivers. Once donors believe that your cause truly matters, giving almost becomes an afterthought. Note, however, that if you survey your donors or ask questions of a potential donor, you have to learn to read the answer behind the answer. But until then, you won’t have to sweat your fundraising ask if you follow these seven tips: The words you want them to say: “ Thanks to the web, we have more access to information about our donors than ever, as well as the ability to survey our donors and examine how they talk about our cause.

There's not much to getting past this one except more practice with social and conversation skills so you feel more comfortable in their presence.

With the recent rise in computer science classes across all grades, we're starting to grow our personal vocabularies in ways that make the average person uncomfortable.

To complicate matters, many of these "new" words seem to have such intimidating histories that we don't take the time to properly understand their usage -- instead we repeat them blindly, whether we know what they really mean or not.

With the increase in popularity of the home computer (and more importantly, the home-educated computer programmer) a subculture began to develop of "hacker" types that viewed their craft with less focus on pretense and more emphasis on wit, skill, and purpose.

With the influx of newly self-taught technophiles, the term "coders" began to gain momentum to describe those who could technically "create code," but did not necessarily have the knowledge or grace of the traditionalists.

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Let's take a glance at the top 40 intimidating players in NFL history.

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