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  • If you're not making an asston of money with them, get rid of them; they're annoying.

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  • When you say 'that was in the context of that time' you open up your religion to an asston of interpretation depending on what time they are in.

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  • Why didn't Ken Lewis tell Bank of America shareholders that the company they were acquiring was set to report an imperial asston of losses for the fourth quarter, information that would've been more useful to them before the deal went through, rather than after?

    Dealbreaker

  • Why didn't Ken Lewis tell Bank of America shareholders that the company they were acquiring was set to report an imperial asston of losses for the fourth quarter, information that would've been more useful to them before the deal went ...

    Dealbreaker

  • I guess he and his baristas should just be exhibiting better technique ... his bean roasters (who, I'd venture, know a metric asston more than he does about coffee) certainly don't have any kind of absolutist problem with iced espresso.

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  • Ken Lewis has reportedly been asked by the House Oversight Committee to testify about the so-called "threat" he received from the government last year, which KL claimed prevented him from sharing with BAC shareholders that MER was set to report an imperial asston of losses for the fourth quarter, information that would've been more useful to them before the deal went through, rather than after.

    Dealbreaker

  • For instance, players take a metric asston of damage before dying, because that way you can score lots of experience and valor points by blasting away at them.

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  • With a metric asston of losses under its collective belt, Vikram and gang have announced they're having the best quarter since 2007. related news, the government has been meeting to plan on what to do next when Citi fucks up

    Dealbreaker

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  • "A whole lot" of something (ass+ton). See clever usage-avoidance on why do you hate freedom.

    Compare crapton, which my spawn says a lot.

    September 3, 2008