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“After a shower, half an hour of watching the gunfight and baseball coverage on TV, he called Swagger.”
“It's too bad that Swagger is a fiction, and that the notion of one man who can right wrongs is less plausible than the conspiracy fears that summoned him up as a solo world police force.”
“Swagger is Nick Van Exel and Antonio McDyess, that's the way they play no matter their record," Webber said.”
“It goes back, off and on, through generations, since somehow a mysterious fellow called Swagger appeared in the territory that would become Arkansas in 1783, from God knows where.”
“It's call Swagger Jagger, but what is the title referring to?”
“He calls Swagger a weasel behind all of the bravado.”
“Cena says that there is one Raw superstar in the ring, wearing orange, who is calling Swagger a liar.”
“The "Swagger" alternative is a disaster, and we will be left with another "Coalition of the Willing" - Bush's name for the 48 countries that supported his 2003 invasion of Iraq - with nations like Tonga, Slovakia, Rwanda and Albania watching our backs.”
“Tucked near the bottom of the Washington Post's "Swagger" story was this illuminating paragraph which really deserves its own post: In a series of private conversations over the past few months, aides began second-guessing how they handled the Social Security debate, managed the public perception of the Iraq war and, most recently, the response to Katrina.”
“Fragrance: A major difference between one brand's "Swagger" antiperspirant and its "Classic" is the smell-a proprietary blend of chemicals lumped together under the vague rubric of "fragrance.”
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