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  • I make pantsloads of money doing that job. (for you accountants a pantsload is way more than a shitload approaching the rarified zone of stupid money) I tour the world, playing music, listening to people bang their hands together and shout merely because I deigned to show the fuck up.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Lets hope for all of us, Hoosier, that it remains an unexperiential analogy, where none of us is personally familiar with what it actually tastes like - akin to "Listening to John Kerry speak again is as painful as having a pantsload of live weasels clawing and gnawing at my flesh".

    McCain will reveal his VP pick at 11 ET today [CORRECTION: not today, Friday].

  • I kind of shake my head at calling Jonah Goldberg "the doughy pantsload", but I've already had the privilege of taking shots at his previous pronouncement on his fascism.

    Archive 2008-01-13

  • About 90% of the time, it's kids trying to sneak out of the shop with a pocketful of unpaid-for trading card packs, though there's the occasional person who tries to make his escape with a pantsload of Spawn comics real example, unfortunately.

    Archive 2005-10-23

  • I'd forgotten how shy he is in groups and how, especially around my friends, he's about as much fun as a pantsload of wet sand.

    Don’t Sleep With Your Drummer

  • From the moment Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab's pantsload of PETN failed to detonate properly - which may mean the young Nigerian will have to sing soprano when he finally joins the heavenly choir - government officials and the media were united in their insistence that Mr. Mutallab's attempt to bring down Flight 253 on Christmas Day was an

    Winds Of Jihad By SheikYerMami

  • Only then would you see a pantsload of regulations successfully keeping people from getting Alzheimers, cancer, ...

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  • Myself, I’ve taken an active role in meetings where the topic — stated or unstated — was “We need to save a pantsload of money, and if that means we create less expensive ways to cover the news, then so be it.”

    Unions: Time to step up with ideas » Nieman Journalism Lab

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