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  • When I drew back my bow, there was a squeek from the lower cam, and of course they split.

    How's Your Season Going?

  • I tried to give directions to an old lady yesterday, and I swear, it was like trying to order a salad tossing from a Thai lady-boy who doesn’t speak a squeek of English.

    HA, OLD PEOPLE

  • What can be more fun that making mom or dad say 'squeek' every time she points at the mouse?

    Things get IF'fy

  • Paid members can also "squeek" messages up to 500 characters in length, a dramatic increase over Twitter's limited 140 characters.

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  • So, I look for 2 things this game - Kevin Boss to have a big game, and Redskins to keep it close enough to perhaps squeek out a win.

    Football query (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • If so then there is actually no such thing as genuine medical coverage – with the problems we could squeek by on and pay, they pay the costs (and we get — what – 0.30 on the dollar in the deal?)

    Think Progress » Rockefeller: ‘The health insurance industry is the shark that sits right below the water.’

  • This bill did not squeek through, it passed with over 60% of the vote.

    Senate Dems suggest they're open to altering health care bill

  • I thought that you were so tight you'd squeek when you walk, now you've confirmed my suspitions.

    Do-It-Yourself Recoil Reducer

  • Web Zen: Zoo Zen Revisited squirrel messenger unidog wiggles dog wigs dancing chicken owls daily mail picnic frog inner city snail counting sheep squeek the squirrel hamsters in hats uni the hedgehog

    Boing Boing

  • I managed to squeek out a couple more scrapbook pages late last week in preparation for my Scrapbooking 101 class I held at the Harwich Council on Aging on Friday.

    Archive 2009-10-01

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