- v. Simple past tense and past participle of napalm.
“As Mary Matalin said recently, she has napalmed bridges ( "never burn your bridges") and viciously attacked anyone opposed to her or her extremem ideas.”
“A network official was quoted saying at the time: "He didn't burn the bridges here, he napalmed them.”
“The countryside is stunning and I can only imagine what it looked like before America napalmed most of it.”
“We are told, in a reminiscence of his days as a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, that "in May 1969, students threw rocks and bottles at police trying to shut down a party on Mifflin Street," but there is nothing of napalmed Vietnamese or U.S. troops in body bags.”
“Did we care about t? he feelings of Japanese when we napalmed Tokyo?”
“As far back as the 1960s, survivors of the USS Liberty - the US Navy technical research ship that some say was deliberately bombed, napalmed and shot at by Israeli fighters as it sat in international waters on June 8, 1967 - were systematically accused of anti-Semitism when they gave their accounts of the events that day.”
“Bipartisanship sauce is Washington's most treasured commodity -- the press will allow entire life-giving forests of public policy to be napalmed into ash in pursuit of this Unobtanium.”
“The woman in the infamous picture of the naked 12 year-old child running down a road after being napalmed does not harbor resentment of Americans, nor do the survivors of My Lai.”
“It is this moment that I relive when I think of the children in the world who are harmed by war; some are bombed or shot or napalmed outright, killed instantly, others are maimed.”
“Apparently the government napalmed some unicorn-infested prairie out West somewhere to try to control the spread of the monsters.”
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