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  • interjection dated excellent!


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From out of sight


  • I'm up front — no more bass — just front man — and this cat Jack on lead and Stokes the drummer and this outasight piano — he used to be with the Dead —

    Hepatitis RR or Bust

  • Supercool as a semiradical organizer stikin' it to da man, way cool at Harvard, where he rose above the petty ideological bickering and let Harvard feel great about itself by becoming chief elitist at the Law Review, outasight cool back in Hyde Park with Bill Ayers and the white whine crowd, national cool as a Senator and Presidential candidate and historically, epochally cool as the first half African American to become the President.

    "Somebody said that we're not in President Obama's Final Four..."

  • Everything will be outasight, when Les sings "Money" at the Rollershow tonight. jeff p

    WFMU's recent playlists

  • It deals learnedly with such demotic spoken words as Oo-er, an English expression of surprise, Orl right, outasight, and polis, the Glaswegian pronunciation of police.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IX No 3


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