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  • In June, the blustery, flustery Lewis Black published his non-apologia, Me of Little Faith; a couple of weeks later, the death of George Carlin reminded everybody what a cranky old infidel he was.

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  • Sometimes you want to act like an insane nut who's flustery embarassed but secretly jealous of mad acting skillz and confidence.

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  • There's just too much going on, too many items and phone calls and flustery packages.

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  • "We had challenging conditions that were very flustery and a new course in Perth waters that none of the Skippers had sailed in so it is impressive that Williams won four from four on day one," Lissiman said.

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