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“And then the sting in the tail: with its hallmark mean-spiritedness, the Conservative government is taking yet another slap at Richard Colvin.”
“Wingnutism is less a political position than a general attitude of selfishness and mean-spiritedness.”
“Sad to say, and contrary to Dawkins and his crowd, people would find some other excuse to be bigoted, violent and hypocritical if they didn't have religion to justify their mean-spiritedness with.”
“I find it fascinating to listen to a world-famous foul-mouthed angry crank denouncing mean-spiritedness and coarseness and singing the praises of the intellect as he mean-spiritedly swears his way through an anecdote about football that somehow ends the oldest debate in human history.”
“Even worse, as soon as it was printed all the haters came out and showed their ignorance and mean-spiritedness.”
“Their mean-spiritedness, which they wear self-righteously as a badge of virtue, repulses everyone they touch.”
“She's also frequently side-splittingly funny and while her whole persona, and the concept of Fashion Police is obviously based on criticizing celebrities, mostly women, to the point of mean-spiritedness, it is often very very funny.”
“I would place messages that convey the value of greed, selfishness, mean-spiritedness, and physical appearance in this category.”
“There's going to be an attempt over the next week to paint republicans as the Grinch, trying to ruin the "big day" for William and Kate out of a cocktail of kill-joy curmudgeonry and mean-spiritedness.”
“The drift of British celebrities across the Atlantic seems to be gathering pace; and while they all have different reasons for emigrating to America – family considerations, the lure of money, and so on – one that they frequently give is the mean-spiritedness of the British people.”
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