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  • So basically, Evil Uncle Chuckles is saying that people who try to reject white imperialist invaders are on the side of the Devil.

    Matthew Yglesias » Did Haiti Form a Pact With the Devil?

  • Chuckles is certainly on to something - there has been absoulutely no other support or mention of this dilemma in the other blogs that I could even find (barring my own addition).

    Home Stretch

  • British-born Claude Stanley Choules, who was known as "Chuckles" by his comrades, joined the Royal Navy aged just 14 and witnessed the scuttling of the German fleet at Scapa Flow in 1919.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • I ended up calling Chuckles, her best friend and another co-worker, who didn't come out with us and I somehow expected her to be able to tell me where Giggles was.

    The Cracktown Bar Scene Is Still Better, Though

  • Apparently Giggles 'drunkenly called Chuckles on Friday night and left a message on her answering machine threatening to kill her.

    We Just Need A Cherry For On Top

  • And though his accomplishments were many - including a a 41-year military career that spanned two world wars - the man known as "Chuckles" to his comrades in the Australian Navy was happiest being known as a dedicated family man.

    The Seattle Times

  • It's down to company commander Major Carl Boswell aka "Chuckles" to keep everyone's focus.

    The Guardian World News

  • In a nutshell; Maxie Zeus is distributing a watered down version of Joker Venom in a new street drug called Chuckles, which has caused more than one death.

    Major Spoilers

  • Halliburton spokesman Bob "Chuckles" Finster deflected the accusation, insisting, "We told them that the box -- given its structural limitations, given the budgetary constraints they placed upon us when constructing it -- should not be placed any more than four feet from the ground, and they had it, like, 10, 15 feet off the ground."

    David Kronke: Republicans: Regulation of Chemical Industry Unnecessary After Toxic Airborne Leak Kills 90% of Population

  • "It is unconscionable to be proposing cuts to the critical comedic lifelines for hard-working Americans," says Republican Congressman Leonard "Chuckles" Pendlebright, who was also incensed over the commission's recommendation to reduce the number of words with the "k" sound.

    Spencer Green: Obama Fiscal Commission Proposes Cutting "Comedy Rule of Three" to Two

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