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“Remove this notion of sacrality, and there will be no limit to savagery and mayham.”
“Paulian voters are like cockroaches and may turn out in the thousands for one day of mayham ...”
“So, before placing all the blame on Israel, it is worthwhile considering our enemies, who still, despite the deaths and mayham in Gaza, claim victory.”
“Don't get me wrong; Paulie is a great character, but he also embodies the most cartoony mob aspects of the show â€ the slick hair, the malapropisms "It was f___in' mayham!”
“I have found that bringing a fun sexy little book, such as “The Strippers Guide to Looking Great Naked” helps me focus my energy on something other than just watching the mayham in the dressing room.”
“So when you say children and rights, I have to say that this is a very gray area and one that has to be examined to protect kids (and give them the possibility of rehabilitation and second chances) versus allowing borderline adults to run free without supervision to inflict more mayham.”
“Monsters like him get away with creating mayham because people like his sister protect him.”
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“Full coverage of Mr. Chen's admission to joining this Sunday's amazing flat track derby mayham can be found at the Austinist:”
“Crazy vuvuzela mayham in the streets of Sandton on June”
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