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  • n. Common misspelling of gluttony.


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  • Without their greed and glutony the US would not be in this position.

    Two health care bill liberal holdouts to say 'yes'

  • I don't see how we could recover from the coporate / government glutony of theft and greed.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Given such pandemic frauds I am more convinced now that there is a mother of all frauds yet to come: the US$ that Americans print non-stop in exchage for imported oil, raw materials, services and other goods that attempt to satisfy the insatiable American glutony and other consuming greeds, may be denouced as worthless currency in the not too far future.


  • Deb, I couldn’t agree with you more that our glutony has gotten out of hand where Thanksgiving is concerned heck, where any day of the year is concerned.

    moules frites, redux | smitten kitchen


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