- n. Alternative form of pencil pusher.
“Wikus evolves from smug pencil-pusher to terrorized victim to compassionate hero in a natural, believable way.”
“Bob Baker in no modus operandi fails to absorb me with his podcasts, books, blogs and Facebook posts. by This for the moment he points us to another pencil-pusher, Leo Babauta, who writes a blog called Zen Habits and another one-liner called Write to Done.”
“In theory, you could have an egalitarian society in which the lowly worker was valued just as much as the pencil-pusher.”
“Losing all our family assets to some smartypants government pencil-pusher who thinks he knows what's best.”
“Bruce McAllister's "Kin" takes place in an overpopulated future, where a 12-year-old boy named Kim wants an alien assassin to prevent the government-sanctioned abortion of his unborn sister by killing the pencil-pusher assigned to initiate it.”
“To be clear: the film -- about an ice-hockey player who almost reveals to a young girl that there's no such thing as the tooth fairy, and who in punishment must become a tooth fairy himself -- is a Capra retread: Dwayne Johnson's main character is assisted by Stephen Merchant's pencil-pusher, who is attempting to earn his fairy 'wings'.”
“Enter Wikus van der Merwe (Sharlto Copley), a twitchy pencil-pusher who is put in charge of the evictions, helped by the fact that his father-in-law is a big cheese wat MNU.”
“Maybe the humour was too broad for me - Israel's loserness, the complete stupidity of the town council's library representative - the fat, Asian, bureaucratic Linda although there are a few great moments of PC-to-the-max pencil-pusher ridiculousness with her.”
“Synopsis: In an overpopulated future, a 12-year-old boy named Kim wants an alien assassin to prevent the government-sanctioned abortion of his unborn sister by killing the pencil-pusher assigned to initiate it.”
“And s/he'd have to be a good artist and not some epileptic pencil-pusher.”
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