about it

(a)bout it

mod. ready; knowledgeable; cool. (Black.) Sam is smart. He’s really about it.
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That's one of the reasons when I was talking to Chip about it, it really motivated me to do the deal.
They think it would be nice to start exercising, but if they think about it for six months, they've gained another pound.
They're trying to do it as a service first, which is a good way to go about it.
That's funny, but the thing that's peculiar about it is there was always a dark side.
And when you think about it, the F/A-22 is the only thing that we would buy new in this decade that puts steel on target for any service.
Initially, of course, he's a lot less romantic about it, summing it up with, "It's my time, sister, it's my time.
Any way about it, it becomes more expensive and more difficult.
I don't believe anybody's been promoting the package enough, all of the brokers should be talking about it as well.
Because the last thing about it is -- you know: you don't memorize.
A number of companies who have only just started thinking about it are looking for expertise.
It's really not the knowledge or lack of knowledge as much as the ability to think critically about it.
I don 't want to be pedantic about it, though, because when you're dealing with the connection between painting and cinema, it can quickly become too .
We started in looking at the supply chain and then came to the conclusion that we needed to do something about it.