“What you need to know about these vultures is that their idea of fairness is throwing 100,000 people out of work and denying retirees their pensions and their health benefits just so they can liquidate the company and maybe squeeze an extra 15 cents on the dollar from their Chrysler debt.”
“Relief pitchers who pick up these sorts of victories are called vultures around the clubhouse and Aceves is one of the best.”
“The media plays along calling the vultures swans so others, they hope, see ugly ducklings around the vultures instead of swans.”
“Imagine my shock when I discovered my own name among the so-called vultures who were profiting from her untimely demise.”
“ACOSTA: And for once we weren't being called vultures, which was a good thing.”
“When we look at most cultures, the vultures are seen as a scavenger, in a very negative light, whereas to parsi the vultures are a religious bird because it's ... performing a religious service.”
“As foreclosure rates are reported to be doubling in some parts of the country, what some people might call vultures are moving in.”
“When Atlanta lost Game 1 at home for the fourth straight time Wednesday, the vultures were already staring to sortie overhead.”
“By the way, the vultures are already circling over at craigslist.”
“At the least he was not left for the zapilotes, as the Aztecs call the vultures, like the rest of them.”
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