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  • Somewhere in there Knightfall happened with Batman and Superman had a crapton of clones.

    My dwindling comics obsession

  • Nottingham sounds awesome and so does this, however those statements he made piss me off, the matrix was awesome, so was minority report to name a couple, his arrogance is irritating so he better deliver or hes gonna get a crapton of backlash.

    Ridley Scott Returning to Sci-Fi After Nottingham! « FirstShowing.net

  • Just take a look at a game like Dragon Age - not only is there a metric crapton of dialogue with some great voice acting but there are also a squillion little backstories, historic tales and information pieces in something called a ‘Codex’.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Tuesday writing blog: show me the money.

  • Finally, you can find a crapton of information at e-cigarette-forum. com, from tips and tricks to reviews of the various different electronic cigarette models and suppliers.

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  • If I had a crapton of money to spend for no particular reason, I would SO buy that helm...

    Original Conan Movie Props for Sale!

  • But the guys over at SyFy passed along to Geek6 a crapton of video features and previews for the upcoming Caprica.

    Everything you wanted to know about Caprica

  • LibQual: you do it, you get a crapton of data, and then what happens?

    2009 May « Attempting Elegance

  • I'm gonna guess lady fingers and a crapton of orange icing.

    Chick Chicky Boom

  • You shouldn't call yourself a "big baby" because you aren't.. you are dealing a crapton of stuff right now.

    High Anxiety Living

  • CPP, that is very interesting (the physiological fact). for some reason, most people i know that write a crapton of code use black backgrounds when coding (me included) because it's more comfortable, yet JLK's post also made my eyes swim.

    Aaaaaarrgggghh!!!

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  • similar in usage to the vulgar American term "shitload", denotes massive quantity.

    crap+ton

    June 19, 2009

  • Compare asston.

    September 3, 2008