- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of slam.
“One of their favorite "slams" is that someone they disagree with is a "tool," perhaps a good look in the mirroer is in order.”
“Without spoiling too much of the plot, Dr. Gilbert Dasein slams headfirst into the Santaroga Barrier, propelled to return to Santaroga by duty to his employers, his professional curiosity and by his own interests: a girl named Jenny who left him in Berkley, where she as a student and he a professor.”
“To me saying that Sarah Palin "slams healthcare bill" is the equivalent of saying "CarrotTop slams health care bill" .... she is less and less relevant at time passes.”
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“CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Palin slams Levi for ‘porn’ « - Blogs from CNN. com”
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“In her op-ed, Palin slams President Obama's cap-and-trade energy plan, saying she believes the plan is "an enormous threat to our economy.”
“Before Sarah Palin slams Ezekiel Emmanuel, I suggest she actually ready what he has written and listen to what he has said.”
“In Friday's pictures, rain slams the Northeast, a man is publicly whipped in Indonesia, India prepares to celebrate Gandhi and more.”
“Clinton again slams Obama process" is the headline???????”
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random gangster lingo and street slang with extra absurdities.
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By Great Big Sea, new CD is Fortune's Favor. I'm trying to restrain myself from doing all their new songs as Tunies.
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Looking for tweets for slams.