It is not just me, its something with the Word Filter! I thought I was going crazy, which I probably still am.
My thoughts are back on page one, if you dont know your opponent, all in
I actually damn near layed down QQ in a spot just like this one with all low cards, and a check raise back to me on the turn. I knew my opponent and really thought he could have a set and should lay it down, but i didnt, I just check called the river, cost me an extra $47 in the hand for not laying it down, but I made the right read, and in time, I will be able to begin to lay those down. It just takes time, experience, and understanding of this crazy game of ours to be able to lay something like this down.
 and I see on page two you guys figured it out as well, I should read farther ahead next time.
Since set mining is being discussed, in the odds post stated you needed 8.3~ to 1, or 8 to 1 to play correctly for your set, this is saying in order to call a $3 bet, you would need $24~ already in the pot to make the call correct. Implied odds and suck outs aside, the 1 time you hit your set and win, you win $24, the 8 other times you call and lose, you lose $24 total, equaling a break even play, which is why you need proper odds to call in the first place. Your odds have not changed or gotten worse when you call and lose, they are what they are.