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  • Which is convenient, since there is a glass of Old Granddad 100 sitting here waiting for some knothead to roll out a cliche in an attempt to change the subject.

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  • The knothead newscasters have definitely hit the wall.

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  • He should have read his own being an obvious knothead.

    A Sorrowful Tale of High Velocity

  • Lord Birfels 'consort Fylena wants Lysara consorted out immediately, and that knothead Hoede is the only one available" "

    Darksong Rising

  • “Now tell me where to look for that knothead Indian.”

    THE VOW

  • Along comes a knothead with a loud voice, an I.Q. around 90, hair in his ears, dirty underwear, and a lot of ambition.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • To have reached the point where he had to knuckle under to a tenth-rate knothead like Ed Schultz - it would have been better if he had never come out of the Valkyrie business.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Does this knothead even know who Dr. King Jr. was???

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  • Being a Seattle native and visiting this past weekend after being gone 27 yrs, I was struck by the utter disrepair of Seattle streets and arterials, the insanity of a Light Rail from SeaTac to downtown (who lives downtown other than defacating bums and those who think 350 sq ft cells aare livable?), I5 and the Convention Center (what knothead did that collosally idoitic move?), bike lanes everywhere that trash arterial traffic flow, and those bike lanes are utterly empty.

    Sound Politics: Mayor Gridlock

  • only your words melt my twenty-year freeze you knothead

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