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  • Rodney is one sick son-of-a-gun, but he doesn't last long.

    Book Review: "The Glory Bus" by Richard Laymon

  • A.M., and just you bring along your whole basket of tricks, you old son-of-a-gun.

    Chapter XI

  • No son-of-a-gun will ever have chance to say Marcus O'Brien robbed frien 'cause frien' was drunk.

    The Passing of Marcus O'Brien

  • Then there are other people who exercise like a son-of-a-gun but eat a lot of junk ...

    John Robbins: The Real Jack LaLanne

  • Viles would meet them there and host the Gouldings in a high-rise that Harry described as “a swanky son-of-a-gun.”

    Yellow Dirt

  • McConnell, not to be outdone; spun into a gun totin son-of-a-gun;

    McConnell Lies About His Constituents, Falsely Says They Back War

  • The contents of this pdf shows that more eloquently than I can express at any length..... and some lazy son-of-a-gun will probably download it, rip it apart and turn it into a .cbz file and have it torrented up and/or up on their blog by Monday morning.

    Mr Hyper's got some splainin' to do!

  • And what kind of a messed up son-of-a-gun leaves a poor little kitty out on the balcony?!

    Go, go, Gadget Arm! « A Bird’s Nest

  • I would add that, when presidents can be thoughtful and even almost down, or speak of things that are painful, if they haven't been president for a while -- when a president has been president for a while and says, "Things are very bad," everybody goes, "Yeah, well, you son-of-a-gun, you've been president for two years."

    CNN Transcript Jan 18, 2009

  • And a third Lib Dem son-of-a-gun turned a blind eye to the flyposting on this cinema for the venue he used to manage.

    Archive 2008-02-10

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