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“Your comment about Obama's "band of monkey's" is a racial slur and should not have been printed.”
“There are still people starving to death in the world, losing their jobs, no idea how they are going to pay their mortgage and feed their families, still genocide being conducted in Darfur, terrorist acts all over the world and you really think we give a monkey's behind if Sarah Palin is tweeting?”
“The arm seemed stretching out longer end longer like a thick elastic, and the unfortunate monkey's mates were raising a terrible din.”
“Sadly, I think the "monkey's second assistant" quip originated with Simon Hoggart on an occasion when Melanie Johnson took Chancellor's questions.”
“When the monkey had attacked the lady and the was killed by the policeman, there was - in our newspaper in Ohio, there was a picture of the policemen shooting the monkey dead, and on the monkey's chest was Obama.”
“The feedback to the monkey's brains—believed to be a tingle-like sensation—was created with electrical impulses of two different frequencies.”
“Attention to the breath is a way to release the wild monkey's control whether practicing yoga or otherwise.”
“What I didn't realize at first was that this was to be the mischievous monkey's second appearance in the approximately half-hour show.”
“I wouldn't say I was getting nervous—one of the puppeteers helpfully pointed out that you're hidden behind a black curtain, so there's no reason for stage fright—but I thought it would be helpful to know something about the monkey's back-story.”
“The kitten would purr and rub up against the spider monkey's paw, then just jump and pounce on the string again.”
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