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“Is this what his beknighted life is like every day?”
“Jimmy Saville, straight from the pages of the Beano, knighted and beknighted for his looks ...and Soupy Sales, sire of Tony and Hunt friend to Pookie and White Fang, but who got his start in radio.”
“So for my 21st birthday, I got my first, a lovely quill in a coke-bottle-green inkwell (modeled after one of mine in the small, low-rent collection). 15 years later, I got a companion tat to go with it (from the left boob/heart to the right one), of an EV studio mic, as I always used in my belated/beknighted radio "career," as well as when I did spoken-word in the Marigny and Uptown.”
“I am glad that there is this beknighted class of human beings called regulators that are apparently immune from the foibles of human cognition.”
“MnZ: I am glad that there is this beknighted class of human beings called regulators that are apparently immune from the foibles of human cognition.”
“Phelps and his clan probably hate Elizabeth II and her subjects simply because they have more class and dignity than his beknighted group could ever scrounge up.”
“Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it is going to get much, much worse as the damage done by the likes of Limbaugh, the Bush Family, the Cheney Family, Ronald Reagan and the Clintons, whirlpool around us, sucking us into the abyss where Eric Prince and his beknighted soldiers of misfortune wait for us to “sin” against them so they can blast our fetid carcasses to kingdom come.”
“And then society changed and we now look back at that beknighted period and say: “How could people have believed thatstuff?””
“Naturally the hostesses of London will miss me dreadfully but I really ought to go and throw some Maundi Money at these socially beknighted waifs and strays ...”
“Perhaps he or she has been bought off by the money, acess to power or employment security that our beknighted Congressmen have?”
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