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  • n. Plural form of hypester.


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  • If you are buying gold because you are a bitter clinger that is brainwashed by those hypesters who rip off listeners at advertise with Glenn Beck, Rush and Sean, just ignore gold's having trounced all other major currencies over time.

    Bill Baker: Fiat Currency Fever: The Causes

  • But, my point is that being a bit more explicit with the headlines may help to ensure that TPM isn't a tool of political hypesters.

    Harold Ickes: Hillary Will Need "A Few" More Super-Dels Than Obama To Catch Him

  • But a close look at commercial activity on the Web tends to back up the hypesters, not the balloon-poppers.

    What Shakeout?

  • If you listen to Info Age hypesters, phone companies are broadcasting's future.

    Changing Channels

  • In fact, more has probably been accomplished since the hypesters left.


  • The hypesters can try all they want to market gaming as a cultural force destined to overtake Hollywood, but the industry's dogged unwillingness (or inability) to join the mainstream right now is about as obvious as a too-big silicone tit stuffed into a too-small T-shirt.

    Boing Boing: May 20, 2001 - May 26, 2001 Archives

  • John Henry never pretended to be as serious a project as some hypesters made them out to be, but they did have many a fun show. rss feed

  • This austere elegance is, at last, what mumblecore's practitioners and hypesters need to learn: Rohmer wasn't a hipster narcissist but an intent observer of life and language styles:

    New York Press

  • No news is never bad news for the Bristol hypesters.


  • The world of pennies is inhabited by hardworking average Joes and Janes hoping to strike it rich, as well as by pumpers and dumpers, hypesters and scammers. The Motley Fool


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