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  • So Diana Gabaldon kicked off a stushie with a post about her dislike for fanfiction.

    Fanfiction

  • If the radical left wing wants Obama-They can have him. stushie

    Schneider: More sobering news - the value gap

  • The current stushie in the Anglican Church over gay clergy illustrates both sides of the coin.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • One might be optimistic and say that, given it's their job to judge a book by the words on the page rather than by the stushie surrounding it, one can expect them to be more concentrated in the category of detached shruggers; one can expect a higher standard of scrutiny, surely.

    Hype Hype Hoorah!

  • There was very little that they didn't all disagree on, but once Simon had unilaterally signed them up for the next BOTB, they had to decide what their set should comprise, and a stushie ensued that made what had passed already seem like a lost golden age of harmony and accord.

    A Big Boy Did It and Ran Away

  • (And a certain proportion of the sounder-offers are atheists who deal with that kind of thing in meatspace). stushie the dumb fundie troll:

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Calum Cashley on the stushie about the lost Glenrothes registers.

    British Blogs

  • Stushie is the writer of the daily devotional Heaven's Highway, which is also podcasted at www. stushie.libsyn.com.

    Presbyterian Bloggers

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  • An uproar, a row, an altercation (Scots).

    August 26, 2009