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  • The holiday spirits should be restrained in the face of what the French coined "savage capitalism" but our American pluck for risk, sheer color drunk on the red, white and blue, deafening sis-boom-bah dances around the war memorials all makes such a bore out of us, as a sovereign people.

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  • Gen actually put more time in at American schools than Harry, and at Berkeley, he had picked up a little American sis-boom-bah, which fitted him for the navy general staff.

    December 6

  • Its semisweet flavor is much like that of "Lysistrata Jones," the musical opening on Broadway next month that is also set among the sis-boom-bah crowd, albeit in college.

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  • Only in Carroll's zany universe, where the rah-rah of college meets the violent sis-boom-bah of the N.F.L., could losing become winning.

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  • That won't stop sis-boom-bah supplicants from auditioning Thursday, though.

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  • An escape for a university president into the world of sis-boom-bah.

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  • If any devotees have followed a college team longer than Alae Risse Leitch, let them stand up and be heard with a "rah-rah, sis-boom-bah."

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  • Turn off the nightly Larry Kudlow sis-boom-bah routine and utilize your own ability to see through the lunacy.

    Safehaven

  • Nonetheless, the main-stream-media overwhelmingly does objectivity no favors with their sis-boom-bah approach to the Obama campaign.

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