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  • Afghanistan, in utter contrast to the Persian Gulf, is a useless hunk of damn-all.

    Matthew Yglesias » Muslims Want Us Out of the Middle East

  • Afghanistan, in utter contrast to the Persian Gulf, is a useless hunk of damn-all.

    Matthew Yglesias » Muslims Want Us Out of the Middle East

  • I'm in no mental shape to write anything (blame the meds, I do, frequently) but can take notes like damn-all and pick out the character names.

    Quick update

  • But you, Ady, sound like a callow youth with damn-all historical perspective and a whole load of anti-Israel bile.

    Little White Lies

  • This is a draft for the speech that Obama should make - telling Muslim states and peoples that the US has a mostly good record - and it is they who need to get their heads straightened out, they who have done damn-all for peace :

    Inside Story

  • Further - people have complained about the form of the procedure and the BBC has done damn-all about it.

    T for 324?

  • So it is, at the very least, possible that violent climate changes happen from time to time which are not only nothing to do with humankind, but there is damn-all we can do about them.

    Tim Yeo Cruel Victim of Green Practical Joke

  • Beefsteak we never see, damn-all sugar for our tea

    Old Soldiers Never Die

  • In spite of Mr. Race-Driver's machismo, he doesn't drive so damn-all fast.

    Omnibus

  • Plan, we need a plan ... there's going t 'be damn-all interference at the airport.

    Omnibus

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