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“Sheen also addressed reports that he might be replaced on the sitcom, telling Lorre: "Good luck putting those tin-can sh--brain words in the mush-mouth of some arrogant carcass you've traded for this warlock.”
“Many residents say there is only one reason they wound up in this bleak place, which in Afrikaans means "tin-can town.”
“Offering freedom but not for wireless users is tantamount to telling independent producers we are free to communicate and do business -- but only by tin-can or pony express, while the big boys rule the mobile superhighway.”
“He praised Lulu's suggestive wiggling in a PG-13 sex scene, told the villain to tuck in his thumb because it marred a tableau, and worried about whether Hap's tin-can hat created a distracting shadow.”
“The story is partly inspired by a comic-strip character named Happy Hooligan, an affable hobo with a tin-can hat created by the famed cartoonist Frederick Burr Opper around 1900.”
“Now you've heard it straight from the mouth of this giant tin-can:”
“When I first started to run, many years ago, it was on the tin-can level: My mind would tell my body to go out and run.”
“When I've felt most strong as a writer were when I created the 0-gee gun battle sequence for Ragamuffin down the center of the ecologically damaged and war-torn tin-can shaped space station, and both the blimp chase scene in Sly Mongoose and the floating cities at war battle sequence.”
“A few minutes 'work with a pair of scissors and some sandpaper can turn a tin-can into a stove-top (or candle-lantern - top) popcorn maker.”
“That's where Hamas 'strength lies, not in these tin-can rockets that they build.”
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