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  • The Good: After ending up at the dump, Dougal makes friends, first with the trucks, then with the worker, and finally finds a friend in Bumble Bee.

    Dougal the Garbage Dump Bear

  • You’re casually implying that if only Bobby Jo Jones, the 17 year old son of working class, high school educated service-industry parents in Bumble Hump, PA, just followed the ‘Liberal Way’ of ‘cohabiting with a similarly post-graduate partner and focused on getting the degree’, he’d be much better of than under his parents ‘Red State’ sabotage of ‘get married, don’t have kids out of wedlock, and work a good job as soon as possible’.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Do ‘Family Values’ Weaken Families?”

  • And for our mostly fondant free sweet, we have the Abominable Snowman also known as The Bumble from Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer.

    Sunday Sweets: Wintry Wonders

  • Although Patty didn't know it, Helen was the real name of her cousin who was always called Bumble, and Patty, horror-stricken at the import of this message, read it aloud, asking what it could mean.

    Patty Fairfield

  • Wumble had called Bumble Bee, but we could not locate this creek, and Jack Wumble had departed for fresh fields.

    The Rover Boys out West Or, The Search for a Lost Mine

  • Sendak may be best known for Where the Wild Things Are (just brought to life on film with the help of Spike Jonze), but he's authored and illustrated more than 100 books; he's currently working on his latest, titled Bumble-Ardy.

    Gothamist

  • Oh, and the abdominal Snowman (aka Bumble) from Rudolph.

    Pajiba

  • At St James 'Park his central defensive partnership with Titus "Bumble" Bramble provided the sort of comedy slapstick normally associated with The Chuckle Brothers – and the Toon Army found it just about as funny.

    World Cup 2010: Didn't he used to be rubbish? Oguchi Onyewu of the USA

  • Twenty20 is no longer a bit of hit and giggle, with David "Bumble" Lloyd guffawing and bellowing: "Start the car," and declaring: "It's all great fun."

    Hit and giggle game can put the smile back on Caribbean faces

  • David "Bumble" Lloyd was in the Guardian on the 28th, talking about his love of the Fall.

    The Fall online - latest Fall News

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