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“In the newsletter we started, what I called a gamblin 'stock portfolio in May, is up better than 140% on six stocks-more if you consider the two dogs I indicated didn't have much of a chance.”
“In this corner, we Guiliani, over to the right Limbaugh and Gingrich with Newt. .in the far corner is Bill 'gamblin' Values.”
“The guy is a journalist's journalist—A hard drinkin', fist fightin' gamblin' straight talkin' s.o.b. who would kick his momma's ass to get the story.”
“You'll tell him you's sole me to pay yo 'gamblin' debts en dat you lied to me en was a villain, en dat I 'quires you to git dat money en buy me back ag'in.”
“He admitted as much to you yourself, an 'he put you off suspectin' him by makin 'out that he'd started on a new trail by givin' up drink an 'gamblin' and thievin '.”
“Whisky and beer and all sorts o 'gamblin' machines and pool sellin ', and little boys no higher'n that smokin' little white cigyars, and offerin 'to bet with each other on the races.”
“Lawse, de times me an 'young massa had t'gedder, bar hunts, an' gamblin '' bouts, an 'shootin' and ridin '.”
“No doubt drinkin ', smokin', an 'gamblin' makes men jolly -- them at least that's tough an 'that wins!”
“Kaufmann's lament to the ramblin 'gamblin' lifestyle of the road, "Sometimes I've Won," featured a sweet guitar and banjo interlude.”
“o 'gamblin' an 'meetin' all kinds an 'conditions o' men ain't made me as fly as a road-runner, then that there artesian well is spoutin 'mint juleps.”
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