from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of jack.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or method of using the jack; use of the jack in hunting or fishing: as, jacking for eels. See jack, n., 11 .
- n. An extra draft given to the roving (in spinning fine cotton yarn on the mule) near the end of the outward traverse of the spindle-carriage.
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Thanks you bunch of limp wrists. .thanks for once again jacking it up the peoples'wazoo. .thanks for making mr climate change al the bore gore a billionaire. .a world leader?? ..
I tell her it's 'cause I love her but, fact is, with all the call jacking going on, the company wants me available.
Nice job in jacking the federal debt to bankruptcy levels.
In fact the name jacking after it, then all the post that appear to have tried to bury it.
The name jacking is my biggest complaint, it just makes things either really weird or just plain assinine.
Just like every other right wing troll freeman cries “name jacking”.
I just flagged @13 myself for name jacking as well.
Until TP wishes to fix the name jacking problem and do something about it then we all face this problem.
I though so thats why i voted the name jacking jackoff.
An obvious and pathetic attempt at name jacking … no wonder you liberals are headed for such ignominious defeat in November.
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