“Hector had handed me the long goodbye, aka the brush-off.”
“The husband got a brush-off from Favre, and his wife and O'Toole got blackballed by the team, the lawsuit contends.”
“I thought it was a brush-off, like I sneezed the wrong way and you wanted to get rid of me.”
“All John (not his real name) got, was a brush-off email from me.”
“I don't take his brush-off personally, because he didn't respond to the Colorado Springs Gazette either.”
“So it's worrying to see a thoughtful critique of another taxpayer-backed monolith—the Federal Housing Administration—receive a similar brush-off.”
“The thing that gets me is this: sometimes, we just want someone to say they're sorry, acknowledge that there was a screw-up, and let us vent, but often, we get the royal brush-off.”
“What I find most often is the brush-off as both questions are regarded as rediculous.”
“And what about the report that the guy * tried* to return it to Apple and got the brush-off?”
“It ended with a professional brush-off that is not giving me a good feeling.”
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