earlier specimen of gank and o.g.

RonButters at AOL.COM RonButters at AOL.COM
Tue Aug 1 15:01:25 UTC 2000

In a message dated 7/31/2000 3:22:34 PM, laurence.horn at YALE.EDU writes:

<< I'm not sure whether that's the sense of o.g. involved here.  The
o.g. in the 1989 Trib cite is the gankEE, not the gankER, i.e. the
object of the verb "gank".  Unless the presumably defenseless
"elderly woman" is the original gangster, but that seems unlikely.


I assumed that o.g. stood for 'old granny'

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