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“I do look forward to learning more about the "defective constitution" statements issue, but fear that Mr. Steele has or will spin an inocuous statement into something much more.”
“It seems inocuous enough now – but that was not the original plan.”
“But we can't just whip up some inocuous plan and try to shove it through as fast as possible.”
“Minden, a psychologist who lives in the Jewish neighborhood of Squirrel Hill, said the poll -- which came from an identified number -- began with relatively inocuous questions about what organizations she belongs to, whether she prefers CNN or Fox News, and how Obama and McCain compare on a range of issues, from national security to hte economy to education.”
“Whatever inocuous reason you might give for this will, of course, not suffice.”
“According to several people who got the call, it started out with fairly inocuous questions about whether the country is headed in the right direction and if President Bush is doing a good job.”
“The wreck that killed him certainly looked inocuous compared to many NASCAR crashups and survivable.”
“If I don't laugh I'll cry, because it sounds so terrifying to lose time and memories like that, but buying stuffed animals seems like a pretty inocuous consequence.”
“Personally, I think it would be something ridiculously inocuous that would trigger the apocalypse.”
“Now, he sees a relatively inocuous theme and, wanting to give a strong image, dares to veto it, hidden, and then come out of the closet.”
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