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  • n. Plural form of heckler.


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  • From 2007, the movie was an exploration of hecklers, that is, people who yell out at a performer on-stage.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • And, then, the so-called hecklers who touched off the actor known as Kramer's racial outburst, we will hear their side of the story, right here in THE SITUATION ROOM.

    CNN Transcript Nov 22, 2006

  • Former "Seinfeld" star Michael Richards called hecklers the word at a comedy club in 2006, and Duane "The Dog"

  • He also said that the branch took exception to SACP chairperson Gwede Mantashe's "unbecoming conduct" in allegedly not calling the hecklers to account.

    IOL: News

  • Among the loudest of the hecklers has been the Colts 'Bill (Na) Polian, who questioned his veracity, especially when it came to listing Tom Brady as "Probable (shoulder)" every week for six straight years.

  • He called hecklers "idiots" and said it makes no sense to show up to a concert if you can't enjoy it.

  • If Richards had called his hecklers "assholes" or "idiots" this would be a non-story.

    Stand-Up is Tricky

  • Everyone seems upset that Richards called his hecklers “nigger”, but nobody notices that that was just one exchange in a long and varied litany of feudalistic vitriol.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Michael Richards Meltdown

  • It's not simply "hecklers" bothering White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and his family, visiting Israel and East Jerusalem for their 13-year-old son's bar mitzvah.

    Eileen Read: Kahane terrorists threaten Rahm Emanuel's family in East Jerusalem

  • Palin's first instinct was to rebuke these "hecklers" by questioning their patriotism, suggesting completely out of the blue that they might be reluctant to show sufficient gratitude towards our veterans.

    Palin, On Auto-Pilot, Questions Patriotism Of Her Own Supporters


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