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- v. Present participle of goldbrick.
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- n. The evasion of work or duty.
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- n. the evasion of work or duty
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The kids return to school Monday and there isn't a good reason to keep 'goldbricking'
I say this because of his insinuation -- unsupported by the evidence - that David was actually (wink, wink) let go for "goldbricking,"
Once hailed as champions of the working class, for some Americans -- including a majority of Republicans -- they have become symbols of goldbricking and greed.
Does Jimmy T. think you win Superbowls by goldbricking?
Any chance that the other players were buying into Voldetool's goldbricking was gone right then.
And wonder of wonders, like John Locke on Lost after the crash of Oceanic 815, when he was miraculously healed, so Voldetool, on arriving back in camp, was suddenly healed of his affliction, and was trotting about doing stuff pain-free, not even noticing that everyone was now disgusted with his transparent goldbricking.
"Alarm bells should be ringing on Capitol Hill, where industry lobbying, legislative goldbricking and Republican aversion to regulations have bottled up much-needed laws on digital communications," Times editors write, singling out Verizon's effort to block text messages sent from national NARAL Pro-Choice America.
He went from being a goldbricking pilot and head cheerleader at Phillips Andover to being a Born-Again Conservative Republican.
At the same time, we know about union bullying and tactics and goldbricking.
Is it worth twenty bucks to save your goldbricking hide?