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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of freep.


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  • The fact is that in this case, the CBC has been "freeped".

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • These tactics and harassment campaigns have created the terms "freeped" and "freeper" because it looks like many of the extremists involved seem to rally for the attacks with individual of a similar political bent at Free Republic. com.

    The Internet Should Work Like Our Democracy

  • Not sure what freeped means, but if it means what I think it does, I pioneered the practice ages ago when the NLP/Perot Reform Party would storm any online poll _en masse_ and show that John Hagelin was beating all comers in online popularity.

    Polls: Ohio Again Tied; Palin Approval Plunges

  • Did you key in the numbers backward, or is PBS getting freeped?

    Polls: Ohio Again Tied; Palin Approval Plunges

  • The results of the CNN question of the day were running 70:30 in favor until an hour ago when it got freeped.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Shorter SHE of the ALL-CAPS: Pardon me while I point out all the online polls that I, along with the rest of the mouthbreathers on the right side of the blogosphere, furiously freeped in order to completely skew the results in our favour and hold them up as undeniable proof that blogs can mobilize the grassroots.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Colby Cosh: Long Live Morgentaler! doesn't advocate for science fictional procedures or trumpet freeped polls and made up statistics.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Oh, the Intelligently Designed scientific pollsters over at Free (Free for Whites and Christians) Republic have freeped a poll.

    Think Progress » Kristol: “The Administration Looks Weak Right Now”

  • I hate to bring the hoi palloi in, but getting this freeped would probably not hurt.

    Wegman report released « Climate Audit

  • Amazon's reviews have been unfairly freeped by people who are unhappy that she revealed some unsavory secrets about life inside the CIA, but don't let the 3 star rating fool you.

    WIL WHEATON dot NET: 1.5: February 2006 Archives


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