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“If it were all about policy and experience and johnny-on-the-spot readiness, then Clinton would have nothing to gain by going negative.”
“The good part is that the Metro area's IT manager, Charlie Batilo, was johnny-on-the-spot, notifying all agents via an email blast that the message was a scam.”
“Nuns were johnny-on-the-spot, selling rosca de reyes for January 6.”
“You're tracking how long people have had things, and you want to be johnny-on-the-spot if anyone requests a novel.”
“But, when Luken later decided to "get out of the race" for "personal reasons", Ken Blackwell was "johnny-on-the-spot" to have the Republicans support him again.”
“If they are bored and homesick for johnny-on-the-spot employees, just as back in the good ol 'USA/Canada, then they need to return PRONTO to their old digs up north.”
“It's that "johnny-on-the-spot" response to serious security threats that has caused me to vanquish Adobe Acrobat Reader from my personal computers in favor of Foxit Reader.”
“This doesn't happen every day in Sabattus, especially to be johnny-on-the-spot and risk his own life," Therrien said.”
“I am however, certain of one thing: the Obama administration, the security agencies presumably under its control and the corporate media, johnny-on-the-spot when it comes to covering-up imperialism's multitude of crimes, are lying to the American people.”
“The johnny-on-the-spot site Rorate has two good pieces you would do well to look at.”
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