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  • I get tired of seeing the same old neocon bulldada posted again and again.

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  • The covers from this old UK comic book called Fantasy are sterling exemplars of bulldada.

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  • Actually, the day that the Pinks and Normally-Boy Critics see beyond the surface of great badfilm and into its bulldada core, its sanctity of inappropriateness, on that day it will no longer be of any use to us.

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  • Another aspect of WOTAN that distinguishes Him from your regular gods is His obvious sense of “bulldada,” His streak of very black humor.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • Their explorations of the mysteries of prolonged viewing are highly bulldada and entirely Dobbs-Approved.

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  • Tim Crain after seeing a double-feature of the badfilm classic INFRAMAN and the masterpiece of deliberate bulldada, INVASION OF THE ALUMINUM PEOPLE by film director David Boone.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • Can any philosophy other than bulldada preserve us from such impaling facts?

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • We wear our bulldada like a cloak of invisibility at the shopping centers; it is our shield: we walk untainted among the humans and are mistaken for one of their own.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • The Word is the Weapon of the SubGenius, and bulldada is the Weapon of the Word, but when the Word descends into bulldada, bulldada slides into Morealism.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • A wino mumbling in his vomitus can dribble parables of as soaring a height of bulldada as all the rich, creamy superstitions of a thousand popes and witch doctors.

    The Book of the SubGenius

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