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    What does urch stand for?

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    I'm sure the answer is on the website somewhere but I can't find it, and it's been bugging me for a while now. If it weren't for a Google search that brought me directly to the econ phd forum here I would never have guessed what this website is for...

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    Actually, the question has been asked before, but I've never actually answered the question in great detail. The short (and easy) answer is that it's a short, pronounceable word, so I registered it when I saw that it was available.
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    It means "U" rich, as in: going to this web page and gaining the knowledge there in will increase your affluence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erin View Post
    Actually, the question has been asked before, but I've never actually answered the question in great detail. The short (and easy) answer is that it's a short, pronounceable word, so I registered it when I saw that it was available.
    Life is just unreasonably complex, isn't it.

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    Reminds me of how my friends were fighting over the full-form of adidas, one of them saying (all day i dream about sports) and i had to tell them how it was created long after the brand was created.

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    Luuurrrch.
    *From Addam's Family of course!

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    So, erin is the "man behind the curtain"?

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    No one has posted the full form of urch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by springFlowers View Post
    So, erin is the "man behind the curtain"?
    Yes, that'd be one way to describe me.

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    How dya pronounce it? Rhyming with "lurch" or "lurk"?

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