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“Why would anyone but CNN give a rats pattuty what a Governor of a Democrat State Strangled by bankruptcy due to liberals enthroned there for over 20 or 30 years has to say?”
“That post has had, "Strangled by a haunted social scene" from Elton John's "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" stuck in my mind, even though he's currently dead to me after playing Rush Limbaugh's wedding.”
“Strangled with a stocking, he was," Gladys continued.”
“Strangled by mortgage payments they could not make, they threw the keys on the banker's desk, packed up the U-haul, hugged the neighbors goodbye, and pulled out the driveway looking for the nearest freeway on-ramp.”
“The song's "Strangled by the wishes of Pater ... hoping for the arms of Mater" played to the droopy, pre-emo crowd, and its "I'll keep holding on" served as a positive mantra for the masses.”
“The "minor key" version of the Star Strangled Banana was recorded at the home of genius animation veteran, Art Vitello who played keyboards and helped provide sound effects.”
“Strangled in its crib by overzealous QA from the Newsboy Legion! juanito - John Davey says:”
“Actress Tess Harper, Sheriff Bell's wife in No Country, was liberally dispensing sun block as actor Zach Hopkins, a.k.a. "Strangled Deputy," discussed the intricacies of being garroted by Senior Bardem.”
“Strangled to a kind of catatonia, she falls upon a daybed and has her throat slashed - by this point it is unclear whether that is adding insult to injury or vice versa.”
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