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“No, Michele looks more like an average, if kind of sad-sack, guy - perhaps a mama's boy.”
““I cannot believe you got a genuine girl to like my sad-sack brother.””
“The show opened with Jon Cryer, who played ad writer Harper's sad-sack brother Alan, speaking at Charlie's wake in front of a coffin and one of Sheen's signature shirts.”
“So we got a "compromise" that was really a capitulation, and we had to endure sad-sack Democratic quotes, like Dianne Feinstein not being pleased, and Carl Levin pointing the finger of blame at the president.”
“Tom Brady Buffaloes Western N.Y. Hoteliers Getty Images Tom Brady It's bad enough for Buffalo natives and residents that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has spent a good bit of his NFL career tormenting them and their sad-sack hometown team, the Bills.”
“Associated Press Arkansas State's Brandon Joiner sacks Memphis' quarterback Taylor Reed But how does poor Memphis stack up against other sad-sack teams of recent vintage?”
“But as we stroll back down memory lane, one thing that we can fairly say about the Tanc, is that he has at least projected his rage and insanity with a level of competence that his sad-sack GOP opponent simply cannot match.”
“The classic zombie crisis highlights the slightly sad-sack Michi's turbulent feelings of loneliness and longing, and his growing confidence as he continues to search this woman.”
“Currently, we have a Doctor who feels he gets nothing back from his life ... who is a sort of sad-sack self-flaggelating martyr to his own fears.”
“Others would say the stunning 24-23 setback the year before to sad-sack Stanford.”
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