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“Palin, smoking a dooby, behind a new age church, insisted that the signs in the suns, the moons, and the stars, should be imminent.”
“Not bad for a guy who hasn't warbled so much as a "dooby-dooby-doo" in a decade and a half.”
“Glasses by Prokofy on March 3, 2009 - 1: 14am and so on, and so on, and scooby-dooby do.”
“I know, I write an awful lot about Frank Sinatra, especially considering that the guy croaked his last "Dooby-dooby-doo" almost 14 years ago, and has been swingin 'in that great nightclub in the sky for over a decade.”
“If anyone's made their own cash and wants to live the rock-star dream with penthouses and limos and scooby-dooby-doo, I wouldn't say jack about it.”
“I can know with utter certainty that it's an emotional thing, and I'm not really hungry, and it's not going to make me feel any better, and I'll feel much happier if I don't give into temptation, and scooby-dooby-doo.”
“This week, almost ten years after his last "Dooby dooby doo," Ol 'Blue Eyes has become the first recording artist who is, shall we say, not currently alive to make a "360 deal" with his record company, Warner Reprise.”
“When Zubi returned, the Spanish tied Cup favorite Germany and beat Bolivia-Zubi dooby doo-to qualify for the second round.”
“Dooby da doo doo doo da dooby dooby dooby dooby dooby dooby da doo!”
“Different Strokes for Different Folks (so on and so on and shooby-dooby-do.) [For the record, I am an Air Force veteran.]”
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