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“We all laughed at and derided the McCain campaign for their slip-shod non-vetting of Sarah Palin.”
“Do a slip-shod job in off-shore wells, and you end up with devasting spills.”
“He accuses me of "slip-shod and inaccurate hyperbole," and says that he, too, is disgusted with some things done by Harry Reid, e.g., allowing certain votes to confirm certain appointments.”
“Again, stop with the slip-shod and inaccurate hyperbole.”
“And, not that the literate readers of this blog need reminding but just because you seem to have a slip-shod relationship with reality, this wasn't the ACLU telling Bush it had concerns with some program, it was the Attorney General, an office which has been damningly and notoriously compliant with White House requests.”
“Four years later hurricane Katrina revealed how slip-shod, mismanaged, uncoordinated, lackadaisical that agency still was.”
“It stopped reading like a well-crafted, subtle, adult-fantasy and started feeling more like a slip-shod kids book, with magical elements thrown in to impress and awe rather than to serve any useful purpose in the story.”
“In a dissent joined by five of his colleagues, Judge Cabranes criticized the slip-shod handling of the case by a majority that lacked the courage of its racial preference convictions.”
“From sociopath executives (my own former employer was slimed in Gawker's "Worst Bosses" series) to slip-shod school administrators, many Americans behave despicably to get ahead.”
“Southern California Edison spokesman Steve Conroy said his utility accepts responsibility for five fires, but he said it didn't reflect slip-shod practices on the utility's part.”
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