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  • My favourite "Words of the Day" from days past have been: "Bloviate,"

    how appropriate

  • Bloviate this! yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Bloviate this!'

    Bloviate this!

  • Bloviate? by Archie on Monday, Feb 25, 2008 at 10: 36: 09 PM

    Bloviate this!

  • Not sure exactly what topic I'd like to "Bloviate with Bill" but I am going to write a little satirical letter following all the rules except maybe with Carl Ballard instead of the real name, haven't decided yet.

    Archive 2006-01-22

  • Bloviate has an arrogance to it that "The Donald" definitely shows, where bombast simply means that he uses collegiate words in his preschool rants. Top headlines

  • Bloviate just enough such memetic effluvia to keep our rubber doughnut inflated, and we won’t miss the heads-up prairie dogs whiffing the winds of change at our own pyramid cube farm.

    Very well... alone!

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