from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A small or worthless amount.
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- n. (slang) Emphatic form of nothing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small worthless amount
After obliteration lies oblivion where SCOTUS decisions will amount to doodly-squat.
If the busted & broke GOP cannot make Wright stick, Gov Richardson's Roman Hands and Russian Fingers amounts to doodly-squat.
Ask yourself why these people — fellow human beings from countries in this hemisphere — would put up with this kind of treatment; what would induce any human to do the kind of work that would likely maim them and for doodly-squat in pay…
Also so much for knowing doodly-squat about how the FAA the lap dog of the airlines that own key congressmembers who oversee it won't let a local airport tell planes where to land.
Second, the vast majority of us don't know doodly-squat about how all this stuff works and our decisions would probably be every bit as bonehead as those of the current electeds, albeit for a different set of reasons.
GAC is unfair in not representing religious believers, and comparing us unfavorably to the Parliament of World's Religions meeting, all without noting that the PWR got buckets of money from the government here, while the GAC got doodly-squat.
Their binding resolutions don't mean doodly-squat, either
As an atheist, I have to say that 1) these conventional and traditional religious gestures (and symbols) don’t mean doodly-squat to me in terms of offensiveness and 2) any fair reading of the framers’ intent on the e/c-especially when the states as “framers” are factored in-suggests that the core idea of s-o-c-a-s was not about absolute neutrality or separation.
As an atheist, I have to say that 1) these conventional and traditional religious gestures and symbols) don’t mean doodly-squat to me in terms of offensiveness and 2) any fair reading of the framers’ intent on the e/c-especially when the states as “framers” are factored in-suggests that the core idea of s-o-c-a-s was not about absolute neutrality or separation.
Moreover, this theory doesn’t explain why someone like a university professor, with the cushiest, most non-demanding (seriously, and I come from a family of them, and I’m telling you that it’s a relatively easy job) can get really great pay while someone who works as a cop or a firefighter gets paid doodly-squat?
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