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“Being an Australian (from Melbourne, no less - little interest even in rugby here), I know precisely bugger-all about American football.”
“Oh, for constant, low-level vexation over largely bugger-all: frittered grocery budgets, nomination-day crocodile tears, characters who confuse "keeping it real" with "being verbose tactless tits", spats over contraband Bourbon Creams and the edifying spectacle of D-list celebs weeping into cans of brand-obscured pilsner, before crawling around on astroturf snatching up old fag butts to build grim last-resort roll ups.”
“They're embracing kleptocapitalism – investing bugger-all in industry, hiving it all off for themselves, and blaming "the crisis", until the whole world's workforce will be uniformly paid flumpence an hour.”
“Do I really need her to point out to me that bugger-all has happened since then, it being 1979 now?”
“Cases where imposition of attempted imposition of monolingualism made no difference or made worse separatist tensions: 19th century Ireland (Irish almost wiped out by enforced English-only in the National Schools: made bugger-all difference to Irish desires for separatism from the UK, Kurds in Turkey, Kosovar Albanians in the 1990s.)”
“Most every new social network or user-generated content site I see profiled on TechCrunch has bugger-all content and certainly not enough to justify anywhere near the amount of VC dollars or attention they get.”
“Keats, along with the other romantics, eased my teenage years but he knew bugger-all about wine; 'beaded bubbles winking at the brim' and a 'purple-stained mouth' suggest that he needed to try a new off-licence.”
“EDITOR: In truth it is just the Lib Dems whining about bugger-all”
“It is micromanagement of the more dotty kind and has bugger-all to do with environmentalism and cutting waste.”
“Plenty of minds sharper than his had chewed the problem to a pulpy husk, to less than bugger-all resolution.”
Looking for tweets for bugger-all.