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  • The work's title, Brank & Heckle, refers to a brank, a 16th-century iron muzzle used to silence women offenders, and hecklers, first thought to refer to 19th-century Dundee mill workers who, while heckling combing out flax would, like the artist, give surreptitious voice to dissent.

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  • Heckle these idiots right back to Washington and than out of office during the next elections!!!!

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  • Heckle had been a next-door neighbor since we were kids, and he was this small, chunky dude with a big-ass mop of curly hair whose obnoxiousness I mistook for the kind of attitude I could use in a guy.

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  • But I managed to deflect it as a one-off at first, blaming it on all sorts of bullshit like the pressures of the tour and then blaming it on the presence of Heckle and Jeckle living at home.

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  • I heard about it via phone via Jaymie, and both sides had locked horns in the kitchen over something and Heckle started yelling at her.

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  • Jaymie was my nurse and Heckle and Jeckle finally had some real assistant work to do, and, thankfully, everyone agreed that weed was a necessary medicine to keep my chill.

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  • And Heckle, the so-called babysitter, played along and lived my life vicariously.

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  • It was now me, Josh, Heckle, and Jeckle, and Jaymie living under one roof.

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  • Meanwhile, I would lock myself away with Heckle and Jeckle in the master bedroom, sitting on the bed with the curtains drawn, passing the blunt around.

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  • Heckle on Jul 3, 2008 another great asian horror movie made into a hollywood remake – when are they going to stop?

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