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  • He is - that's why all this damn foofarah on the thread is driving me nuts.

    Election Central Sunday Roundup

  • The thing is - billionaires don't pay taxes, so all this foofarah about raising taxes on them like it's going to hurt them is bullshit.

    Poll: Majority Agrees With Obama, Not Joe The Plumber Or McCain, On Spreading The Wealth

  • He's going to win, and this latest flack over some stupid press-driven foofarah won't matter any more than the last one or the next one because it misses the real importance of his candidacy.

    Obama On Clinton's Attacks: "Shame On Her"

  • All the foofarah over the Vatican's updated Seven Deadly Sins list may have brought to mind the Seven Deadly Sins Classic.

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • But instead, the foofarah due south of us proved to be an excuse to ride one of his favourite hobby-horses these days--our evil human rights commissions.

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  • Man did that game live up to its hype, but I would bet that the ratio of ads and foofarah to football was about 2: 1.

    Just wondering

  • Based on actual experience with televised start times, the actual start could be anywhere from 6: 05 p.m. to 7 p.m., depending on the quantity of pregame foofarah the network decides to air.

    Just wondering

  • So how do I avoid the foofarah and still see the game?

    Just wondering

  • Most of the foofarah over these developments has already been hashed out.

    Websnark

  • In other words, this media foofarah is mostly sound and fury signifying nothing.

    Taylor & Company

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  • Definition: It's Scottish slang denoting much ado about very little.

    January 15, 2015