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  • Puh-leeze ... if this were Bush, and his approval numbers plummeted 10 points in eight weeks, THE DROP would be the news ... not the in innoculous weather report of, "here is where his numbers stand."

    Polls: Obama approval rating stands at 51 percent

  • If you had a transcript of the interview there would be hundreds of innoculous words between each swear word, but as I am talking so fast, they appear closer together than they actually are.

    PodMan & Lou Dog

  • But a seemingly innoculous one-out error by the usually sure-handed Chavez opened the door for Buffalo in the sixth, and the Bisons walked through it.

    Columnist: Keith Groller

  • But a seemingly innoculous one-out error by the usually sure-handed Chavez opened the door for

    Columnist: Keith Groller

  • The draw was pretty much assured with only a couple of minutes to go, when Darren Powell was given a straight red card for an innoculous mid-air challenge.

    Latest Isle of Wight News

  • I don’t know why you are not allowing comments to an earlier, fairly innoculous post.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Krugman on Health Care:

  • "suspension calendar for non-controversial bills" making the innoculous bill pass effortlessly though the House.

    Wake Up From Your Slumber - The Truth Will Set You Free

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