“Men weren't having quick-draw duels on frontier streets—they couldn't, for eminently practical reasons: The guns they carried were so liable to misfire that only a fool would keep a live round in the chamber.”
“Given the harm that the bottom 5 to 10 percent of teachers cause, the quick-draw approach of the accountability hawks is understandable, even though their scatter-shot aim is bound to destroy the careers of many good educators.”
“But whereas Tebowmania brings out the worst of our jingoistic, foam-finger-waving, faith-abusing tendencies as sports fans, Linsanity triggers a range of responses that treads lightly on the tightrope of rational fandom -- even in the face of globalization, quick-draw Internet memes, and the bully pulpit that is the comments section of most popular sports blogs.”
“His primary flaw appears to be a chesty, quick-draw machismo that might be right for an angry base but wrong for an antsy country.”
“The Republican candidate comes across well as consistent and sincere, but his quick-draw machismo will scare voters away.”
“I have written before on the evils of mounting a shotgun too quickly, as if it were a quick-draw contest between you and the bird.”
“All of this was presided over by the town marshal, Wild Windy Bill McKay, who was a quick-draw artist and singing cowboy as well as a daring and resourceful upholder of law and order on the violent frontier.”
“The show requires quick-draw responses to questions from the Baltimore Catechism, the official authority on Catholic liturgy and theology that is drilled into students from their first day in parochial school.”
“The action finally resumes with a gun fight in which a YouTube star-turned-FBI agent is revealed as a quick-draw specialist.”
“As it happens, Wild Bill fought his first quick-draw duel here in Springfield, shooting Davis Tutt outside a saloon, apparently over a gambling debt or a woman or both.”
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