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  • You may recall the kafuffle a couple of months ago around the offer of "100 free trades" to certain high-net-worth Vanguard Brokerage clients.

    Free Trading Vanguard's Shotguns

  • Our Simon has a quote for his banner from preening, left-wing, he's-not-Mickey blogger Stephen Kaus who seems to be some sort of lawyer but thinks judges announce decisions by saying "Decision: name of winning party" and that there is a word "kafuffle".

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • But even that small kafuffle has been undercut by Bolton agreeing to return to the ballroom as a singer on Tuesday night, filling in for an ailing Susan Boyle.

    Backstage at Dancing with the Stars: No Drama?

  • Today he has an amusing wink at this week's cover art kafuffle HERE.

    The Inferior 4 + 1

  • Would you believe that while I expected people to have opinions (I solicited them, after all), I had no idea it would cause any sort of kafuffle?

    The Bitch Is Back

  • Once I realized there were specific (and other) rules imposed by the government of Mexico itself, however, I have chosen not to risk losing my "baby" to a bureaucratic kafuffle at the airport.

    official regulations

  • Canadian TV (CTV) caused a kafuffle yesterday when they reported that a “senior member” of Obama's campaign called the Canadian Ambassador to the U.S.

    Blame Canada - Swampland - TIME.com

  • If you haven't heard about the NinjaWords kafuffle, here's the readers digest notes.

    UFies.org: iPhone Archives

  • Justice Alito, joined by Scalia and Thomas, blames the whole kafuffle on a black reverend who argued colorfully for the test to be thrown out and that for too long, the senior officers in the New Haven Fire Department had been white, and, perhaps, white Italian-Americans.

    Stephen Kaus: Fighting Sotomayor, Republicans Falsely Advance Fire Fighter Ricci as the White Man's Rosa Parks

  • Ms. Larcher De Brito's sounds, variously termed as "shrieks," "wails" and "grunts," have caused a kafuffle in professional tennis of John McEnroe proportions.

    Roger I. Abrams: The Sound and the Fury

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  • Did you mean kerfuffle?

    November 16, 2007