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  • Thats probably the last title the idgit should be using these days.

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  • Just watch, Bush is such an insecure idgit either he or a spokesperson will feel the need to dispel this as rubbish.

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  • In fact, I'd rather listen intently to some inane cell-phone conversation than try to read while some idgit in the next seat asks, "So, do you like Economics?"

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  • The silly idgit was going to vote for Ross Perot until I put a stop to it.

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  • He felt so sorry for himself that he dropped his tentative plan to have the midgit-idgit check the personal attributes of the individual colonists out there -- to see if some of them might be young, pretty, female -- 34-24-34.

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  • The midgit-idgit scanner didn't pick up a single symbol to show that Eden had been even two seconds off schedule.

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  • She had an inch-thick stack of midgit-idgit cards in her hand.

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  • At a glance he saw that the idgit had already sorted them correctly according to status.

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  • "Double checked with Personnel's own midgit-idgit," she replied.

    Eight Keys to Eden

  • Fact is, stranger, Jeb Somers air might 'nigh a idgit; but Jeb' lowed he'd rack right over on Cutshin an 'set up with Polly Ann Sturgill; an' Abe tells Polly Ann the king bee air comin '.

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