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“I am however, impressed with how well the animation keeps the feel of the old character designs and style. stackridge ouch. they did not need to redeisgn anything, yet they did. why call it astro boy? this is the classic blunder of hollywood - take something already set in style and change it because they think it needs to be "updated". its going to flop, absolutely nothing interesting about it.”
“I am a Dutch astrologer interested in astro-geology, the astrology of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.”
“In other words, the so-called astro-turfers; the bussed-in cadres of silly health insurance industry agent-provocateurs boorishly masquerading as "concerned" citizens.”
“For example, just the other day the leader of one part of Whopper-bama was so scared by these people with the angry reaction, that she said that the angry people were so many that they were a mob and lived in something called astro-turf.”
“It's about a seven mile journey in the so-called astro-van.”
“The right wants civil war and call their astro-turf faux-populist group the Tea Party after the incident which preceded an armed revolution to bring freedom to America, exactly what the right claim has been stolen by the Democrats.”
“The Neo-Con infiltration of the Tea Party is also known as astro-turfing.”
“With astronomers claiming that one-fifth to half of the world's population are unable to view the stars because urban light pollution dims their view of the night sky, so-called astro-tourism is seen as a growth travel area.”
“Like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, she claimed that this is a false grass roots movement, aka astro-turfing, something that Barack Obama adviser David Axelrod is an expert in.”
“September 17th, 2009 2: 23 pm ET she should look in the mirror as she started it all by calling us horrific names such as astro turf .....”
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A marque list for cars--models or companies who've used common words as their name.
cool prefixes to add to anything (noun, verb, adjective) to create a word, compound word or 2 word phrase.
examples: hyper = hypercharge ; phantom = phantom charge.
short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
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