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  • noun Plural form of stalker.


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  • One of the most infamous stalkers is still sitting in jail for his devastating crime.

    Hollywood Dame » Blog Archive » Celebrity Stalkers

  • My feeling is that what differentiates the “psycho” stalkers from the polite, friendly ones is that they’re precisely the ones least likely to be dissuaded by a “no psycho stalkers” disclaimer.

    Matthew Yglesias » Do We Think This Will Work?

  • (I do like the idea of stalkers Jeff and Lester spying on Chuck, however; it's about time someone at the Buy More noticed his odd behavior.)


  • You better get on Facebook (aka a stalkers paradise) and check his wall.

    Examiner California Headlines

  • And I've got a couple of stalkers, which is very unfortunate.

    Ottawa Sun

  • The word "stalkers" doesn't begin to explain how damaged and vulnerable these people are.

    Tonight's TV highlights

  • This is really the ultimate example of the way Palin manipulates the press and inverts the relationship between reporters and politicians, turning the former into "stalkers," and the latter -- as long as they're Republicans or members of her family -- into saints whom no one can criticize.

    Sarah Palin's strange, unprofessional and paranoid grudge

  • But I think Mathew Parris explains why this happens - it seems journo's collect 'stalkers' like a badge of achievement.

    Drowning In Lies

  • John Barnes' "An Ocean Is a Snowflake, Four Billion Miles Away" follows two future documentary filmmakers as they record both each other and the terraforming of Mars; their interactions filmed by cameras pointedly called "stalkers", their editorial practices, and their philosophies of documentary art all leave "reality" up in the air.

    The Little Professor:

  • But the best part is that the movie has two United States governors in substantial roles — Arnold Schwarzenegger (California) in the title role and Jesse Ventura (Minnesota) as one of the "stalkers" trying to kill Arnold.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » One Movie, Two Governors!


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