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  • Seems Beta-Male Creep, private sector version of RINO-Creep, is winning.

    In an ideal world, this post would start a duel. | RedState

  • The Creep is a Traitor before even reaching office!

    Campaign advisers quit over foreign links, meetings

  • Feature Creep is almost always rationalized after the fact by saying, "Well, we already paid all this money, we should at least be able to (fill in the blank)."

    Archive 2006-09-17

  • I particularly like his version of "Come out and Play," though "Creep" is very good as well.

    The Irony In This Scene Is That It Happened Before The Murders

  • SadKermit. com, which houses audio clips of Kermie's takes on other depressing songs, like Radiohead's "Creep" - "I am greeeeen" instead of "I'm a creeeeep" - and NIN's "Something I Can Never Have" with a cameo by Fozzie Bear.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Experimental Study of the Short-Term Creep Behavior of CFRP Strengthened Mortar under Compressive Loading

  • "She's impertinent and a little bratty but also really curious and good natured," said Mr. Krupnick, whose camera follows Ms. Marsen as she's pursued by another dancer dubbed the Creep, performed by hip-hop dance specialist John Doyle in a skeleton sweat suit.

    A 5-Borough Dance Floor

  • But when it came to catching cheaters, the most important thing in the room was a computer program called Creep File.

    Loaded Dice

  • Their first project together was to write for a show called Creep, a sitcom about an unlucky man who alienated everyone he met.

    BLIND AMBITIONS

  • The judges appear to like his strange, spacey slinking around the floor while sort of singing Radiohead's "Creep" - and the audience goes wild.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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