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Dice-rolling braggadacio by a key officer at one of the nation's largest banks is exactly the kind of thing Congress, taxpayers, and voters should find scary.
An episode of braggadacio that failed and which reveals a fundamental emptiness and drift.
If a candidate, like McCain, is a proven hero then that is irrelevant to the office of President, and, if he should mention it, a symptom of braggadacio and issue dodging.....
After completing boot camp and technical training, she used her feminine wiles to wangle an assignment to Gitmo, where she trolled the NCO club trying to elicit damning braggadacio from the trusty prison guards.
League Division Series on Wednesday night, and immediately live up to their braggadacio, establishing themselves as the team to beat in the American League.
As much as most of you would like to disassociate yourselve's from Mary Kay's "MOST DISAPPOINTING" proclamation for Quinn and your braggadacio about Quinn during the winter and spring months, reality won't let you.
Open your checkbooks, liberals - or has that bit of liberal braggadacio already bit the dust in the face of weak academic paychecks? "