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“Mr. Liu has since kinda-sorta suggested contrition by saying his statements were perhaps "unduly harsh and provocative," but he isn't disowning the legal analysis.”
“But then, you get this middling group of dudes who have amassed a certain stature in their party that kinda-sorta makes them feel compelled to run for President, but who neither challenge the primacy of the frontrunners nor say anything even remotely interesting.”
“I think over the long run they'll naturally be kinda-sorta indexed to GDP.”
“I certainly hope nothing bad happens to “Terry Canavan” in the new novel from a guy I kinda-sorta used to know in Greensboro, Drew Perry.”
“Gray kinda-sorta raises the prospect of lifting university enrollment caps Hatchet, G'town Dish”
“Eventually I hit upon another section that kinda-sorta works.”
“I see what you're saying, but it certainly did cause me to reevaluate my initial impressions of the plot, which kinda-sorta feels like a twist, or at least some form of elaborate peripeteia.”
“The Bad And The Beautiful is still as piercing, witty and malign a demolition of Hollywood as any put on screen since, and its kinda-sorta sequel, Two Weeks In Another Town, from the Irwin Shaw bestseller, is a misshapen and hysterical Cinecittà nightmare that repays a good three or four viewings before it just tears itself apart before your eyes.”
“I think part of what is fun about videogames is that they are one of the only venues where it is still kinda-sorta socially acceptable for you, as an adult, to PLAY.”
“You noticed, I'm sure, that after drinking Sookie's fairy blood (more on that in a minute), he is kinda-sorta impervious to sunlight.”
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