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  • verb Present participle of nevermind.


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  • And it's not simply the case that 15 to 16 million people don't like Barack Obama or like Hillary "for whatever reasons" --- as opposed to all those Obama supporters for whom liking has nothing to do with their decisions; their votes are based entirely on their having read all the position papers and come to the only rational conclusions, neverminding their personal feelings about either candidate.

    Lance Mannion:

  • And it's fine to encourage people to tattle on others with the flagging program, neverminding the difficulty your average American faces in reading a 1,000 page bill in legalese as fast as possible (before it's rushed through office.)

    Double Standards and Disingenuosity On Bellowing Townhall Disruptors

  • They have enormous power and use it to full advantage, neverminding what is right or what is best for our country.

    URGENT: Complain to ABC Advertisers About Its Ban of Kucinich, Gravel and Hunter from Tonight's Debate

  • It was such a scandal .... neverminding the fact that Whoopi is a comedian.


  • We’re not tempted to venerate heart diseases, but tell us that evolutionary theory suggests that the superior races need to out compete the inferior neverminding that race is pretty genetically useless anyway, and we’re setting up eugenics programs in no time flat.

    Silly Billy on Silly books - The Panda's Thumb


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