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  • Being an Australian (from Melbourne, no less - little interest even in rugby here), I know precisely bugger-all about American football.

    2010 NFL Draft

  • Oh, for constant, low-level vexation over largely bugger-all: frittered grocery budgets, nomination-day crocodile tears, characters who confuse "keeping it real" with "being verbose tactless tits", spats over contraband Bourbon Creams and the edifying spectacle of D-list celebs weeping into cans of brand-obscured pilsner, before crawling around on astroturf snatching up old fag butts to build grim last-resort roll ups.

    Celebrity Big Brother: Grace Dent's TV OD

  • They're embracing kleptocapitalism – investing bugger-all in industry, hiving it all off for themselves, and blaming "the crisis", until the whole world's workforce will be uniformly paid flumpence an hour.

    I have a bad dream…

  • Do I really need her to point out to me that bugger-all has happened since then, it being 1979 now?

    Late, Late at Night

  • Cases where imposition of attempted imposition of monolingualism made no difference or made worse separatist tensions: 19th century Ireland (Irish almost wiped out by enforced English-only in the National Schools: made bugger-all difference to Irish desires for separatism from the UK, Kurds in Turkey, Kosovar Albanians in the 1990s.)

    Matthew Yglesias » Getting Worse

  • Most every new social network or user-generated content site I see profiled on TechCrunch has bugger-all content and certainly not enough to justify anywhere near the amount of VC dollars or attention they get.

    2007 July « Squash

  • Keats, along with the other romantics, eased my teenage years but he knew bugger-all about wine; 'beaded bubbles winking at the brim' and a 'purple-stained mouth' suggest that he needed to try a new off-licence.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • EDITOR: In truth it is just the Lib Dems whining about bugger-all

    Thursday afternoon election update

  • It is micromanagement of the more dotty kind and has bugger-all to do with environmentalism and cutting waste.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Plenty of minds sharper than his had chewed the problem to a pulpy husk, to less than bugger-all resolution.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Small Pepsi challenge.


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  • See also bugger all.

    October 22, 2008