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  • On the back of that, the financial website "24/7 Wall St," is reporting that some 3.5% of GM dealers, about 150 of them, are opting out of the guarantee program altogether, the site saying, "Although GM has stated it will foot the bill for returns, it appears there's enough concern (or confusion) that it's causing a car-fuffle."

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  • East Wing apologists are whirling like KitchenAid salad spinners over the Iron Chef-fuffle: "Due to the production delay between the shoot at the White House and the shoot at Food Network, the produce used in Kitchen Stadium during the 'Super Chef Battle' was not actually from the White House garden," admitted a Food Network spokeswoman.

    GOPUSA

  • East Wing apologists are whirling like KitchenAid salad spinners over the Iron Chef-fuffle:

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  • Sadly, a "cautious" Obama Administration continues to err on the side of protecting war criminals and torturers, and again this from Dmitri Orlov ( "Kolpasnik") on how the Russian world "fuffle," which has a bizarre English cognate, meaning a fraud deliberately manufactured to get someone to go for it ... describes virtually everything happening to us ... in short, we want to be fooled.

    the talking dog

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