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  • I know that as an historian I should not be saying this, but I really enjoyed my illusions about "Wolfie" and his wacky artistic gong-show of a life.

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  • The appointment process in the US for Judges is a complete gong-show and some fear that a similar situation could arise in Canada.

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  • It's a typical family - it's a gong-show, Michelle says, laughing.

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  • Can you imagine the gong-show that would have happened if that plane was landing or scheduled to land in Toronto?

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  • Fairly quickly, readers entered gong-show disputes about "class warfare" and the like.

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  • In this passage, you get a sense of the kind of gong-show Obama has now recommended.

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  • But in our view, this was the perfect end to an interview which was a gong-show right from the start.

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  • And he had produced a series of gong-show, shout-at-each-other programs for the Fox Sports Network.

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  • The real loser here is Windows XP, which had a new lease on life for as long as the Vista gong-show was still being sold.

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  • This whole H1N1 debacle has been a gong-show from day 1.

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