“At one point in the film, Keyes refers to himself as "poppa," suggesting a protective authority and "an endorsement of a conformist society" Evans 166.”
“It is this incorruptibility--conferred upon him by his outsider status--which makes him the perfect "poppa" in Double Indemnity.”
“Meantime the bear has learned to paddle around all by itself on its hind legs, and says "poppa" and "momma.”
“He said that he knew this for sure, swore upon it, told them he knew her from way back, that her momma was dead from the virus and her poppa was a hound who got himself killed in an argument over another woman a couple of years after his daughter was born, a daughter he’d never cared to see; one of many, if the truth be told.”
“A. when she was a girl her momma hiked her poppa up onto the roof one leg on each side of the shingles, shoes thumping in the wind, eyes stuck open to the sky and she knows that's the natural place of a man, above everything, closest to god, eyes slowly filling with rain.”
“Carrey plays Popper, and there are some laughs to be had when the children from his failed marriage address him curtly by his surname: they are very much not calling him "poppa".”
“If you want to play it that way, tell Bush to reimburse the country for the multiple trips to Crawford & and Maine to visit momma and poppa.”
“Yes | No | Report from Kentucky Hunter wrote 30 weeks 5 days ago agree also with 2 poppa. but south texas i here produces nice buck also”
“There's an old saying for such scenarios: Momma, baby; poppa, maybe?”
“Daniel Pipes as neocon cheerleader, like William Kristol and John Podhoretz, is a burlesque sequel to his poppa. mostly harmless”
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