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  • I believe that word actuall means someone who does something primarily for the love of the subject rather than money, not necessarily someone who is totally unpaid or bad at something, and if you use that definition I think you guys meet it.

    EP041: Ambient Sleaze

  • The cloud cover would make actuall observation of the sun and moon impossible would it not? peace

    Augustine on Creation

  • The cloud cover would make actuall observation of the sun and moon impossible would it not?

    Augustine on Creation

  • If you would stop talking out of your butt and actuall post something of substance I wouldn't be doing that.

    A New Book

  • The only way to keep actuall discussions and amendments to improve the.

    Senate Republican may switch vote and back debate on bill

  • Will the Pirate-party actuall show substantive improvement (will people actually bother to take a stand politically, or is the growth in membership just blathering?)

    Us versus Them

  • The figures quoted in the report 44,000 to 50,000 BSP actuall represents less that 5% of the population !

    Taxation: Squeezing middle Britain | Editorial

  • Then there are the people who do actuall care, but are increasingly desperate to survive in a society with a rapidly evaporating middle and working class.

    Obama aide: Copenhagen accord 'a great step forward'

  • The proof for them is in the content of the actuall legeslation that he supports not what he says in speeches and town halls.

    Polls: Obama approval rating stands at 51 percent

  • A bill that both parties would support would be the most desirable, that way no one can use it in the next elections against the other party, and all the senators and representatives might actuall y care about what is IN the bill!

    Two senators say House health-care proposal is dead

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