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  • Supreme Court again -- at least if this fellow's lawyers have their way.

    Jack Bog's Blog: July 2009 Archives

  • And I'm curious -- why aren't you asking for "citations, please" for any of the information contained in this fellow's blog?

    The Portland Creed (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • We must respect the other fellow's religion, but only in the sense and to the extent that we respect his theory that his wife is beautiful and his children smart.

    See You Later, Mr. Chan*

  • He ran a withered hand down the young fellow's leg and caressed the swelling thew.


  • Genevieve gave him one swift glance, and saw the young fellow's face, drawn and white, his lips unconsciously moving as he kept the count with the referee.

    Chapter 5

  • Then the young fellow's mother broke through and fell upon him in a tremendous rage, boxing his ears, pulling his hair, and shrieking like a demon.


  • Alf had thrust strongly with his shoulder against the fellow's chest.

    In Yeddo Bay

  • For example, religious doctrine grew more tolerant of other faiths when tolerance helped smooth economic or political interactions that were potentially win-win: it's wise to respect the other fellow's gods when you want to trade or form military alliances with him.

    Can Science Explain Religion?

  • But most people who watched that weren't going, 'How sad, this fellow's gonna fall'; they're going, 'Oh, look at that!

    Ginny Dougary: Ricky Gervais in His Most 'Postmodern' Interview Ever

  • Thomas Friedman's January 12th op-ed in which he predicts continued and steady economic gains for China's foreseeable future will no doubt have convinced the fellow's readership that the Middle Kingd ...

    Barrett Brown: Friedman Makes Another China Prediction Despite Past Failures With Same


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