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  • But despite all the speeches, and despite all the exposure, and despite all the opportunities to explain her "new ideas", even to supposedly hostile corporate media anchors (whose assistants aren't being paid nearly enough to read the anguished, incoherent scrawls from disillusioned retards every time their new wampeter is exposed as a fraud), the bottom line is that Palin has failed to express a single new thought or idea.

    Hammer Of The Blogs

  • This is partisan bullshit, a foma that has become the wampeter of the McCain

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  • Speak to us of foma, master.

    November 1, 2008

  • A wampeter is the pivot of a karass. No karass is without a wampeter, Bokonon tells us, just as no wheel is without a hub. Anything can be a wampeter: a tree, a rock, an animal, an idea, a book, a melody, the Holy Grail. - Cat's Cradle

    December 3, 2006