- From “Ollie”, the nickname of the Florida skateboarder Alan Gelfand. (Wiktionary)
“This reporter is at a local skate park and decides she wants to show off for the cameras by demonstrating how to perform an "ollie," a maneuver where you jump up and land back on the skateboard safely.”
“zany life + crazy faith: from the good "ollie" days ****”
“Kids spent a few hours in a safe environment, off the streets, learning to nail an ollie, or take on the halfpipe.”
“Next, there was Iran-Contra when St. Ronnie let ollie north run the government and make illegal deals with the Iranians (who had just recently releases 44 American is had held hostage for over a year, even keeping them longer at Reagan's request so he'd look good when they got released during his inauguration) and used the money to supply arms to the Contras, who wanted to overthrow the legitimately elected gov of Nicaraugua.”
“Fred ♪ ♫ ♪ says: bruce springsteen may be the greatest traitor this nation has ever known. ollie north”
“+ [Navpilot Reader] + '' ollie, ollie, oxen free '”
“Across the void, Karl sings like a child: “Ollie ollie oxen free.””
“Thank you this nice post ollie what always irked me a bit about that rick baker sculpt is that it's way too scraggly and decrepit, popeye's only supposed to be about 44 years old (at least according to that cartoon where he first reunited with his pappy)”
“Or have I completely missed the point? wm ollie says:”
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