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  • The real next step as well as integrated ninemsn-nine-acp newsroom is to engage "users" (that hideous term - even if they are unique, baboom) as 'reader-reporters'/'consumer-creators' as they are called in 2007 on the East/West Coast. (and captured/driven multiple times a day by Jeff Jarvis) With related developments such as mentioned by Hugh re Telegraph UK (profile here), picked up by Mark Jones.

    The Inside Out Newsroom @ ninemsn et al

  • One can imagine the rider lying on the rode after his bike has performed the horny baboom, thinking two things; "I think my collar bone is broken" and, "WOW my break light is blinking; how dosic it know?"

    Ambiguity: Mixed Messages and Style Overlap

  • …. and the cardboard square we had to wear over our Regt beret badge … .. baboom, tish – I thank you …. on April 24, 2010 at 12: 00 pm Dangermouse

    Police Response Times – A Serious Debate SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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  • Think lions and lambs, c_b. :)

    November 17, 2007

  • I was hoping to post just that exact comment, skipvia, but... I ... I never got it... *head explodes*

    November 17, 2007

  • Har! It took me a few minutes, but I got it...

    November 17, 2007

  • baboom: the sound of someone living the month of March in reverse

    November 16, 2007

  • Haha! You're actually starting to sound like sionnach! :-)

    November 16, 2007

  • What a baboon would prefer to be, if it could type. (see comments on skipvia's list Obstinate Buffaloes.)

    Edit: I'm pretty sure sionnach can come up with a better definition. Maybe a primate who is also a detonation expert?

    November 16, 2007