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  • "Erratic" and "head-up-own-ass" are fine for a pub crawl, but definitely not for a president; the last eight years are a perfect example of what those characteristics offer a nation.

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  • "Erratic" and "head-up-own-ass" are fine for a pub crawl, but definitely not for a president; the last eight years are a perfect example of what those characteristics offer a nation.

    The Greater Depression Debate Thread and Virtual Pub

  • "Erratic," supplied Ellen, who had decided on the headache-bandeau.

    The Hawk of Egypt

  • The next day, the state GOP ran an attack ad on Dayton called "Erratic," quoting a Time Magazine assessment of his single term in the

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  • 'Erratic' bus driver drunk at the wheel A MAN at the wheel of a bus has been charged with high-range drink driving in Sydney's west.

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  • 'Erratic' driving: Doherty in court (From Sutton Guardian)

    Your Local Guardian | Sutton

  • The spot, entitled "Erratic," hits McCain's personality generally, but focuses particularly on his response to the economic crisis.

    Blogrunner

  • The spot, entitled "Erratic," hits McCain's personality generally, but focuses particularly on his response to the economic crisis.

    Blogrunner

  • Former Employee Calls Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife "Erratic"

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Former Employee Calls Steve Harvey's Ex-Wife "Erratic"

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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