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  • No surprise that someone, sooner or later, grabs that gun out of their hand, pistol-whips them this side of the face — poison — and that side — vitriol — then fires it wildly with a snarl that captures the attention of everyone in the room:

    Ethics and Enthusiasm

  • Fake UPS employee invades home, pistol-whips woman (NC8)

    DeMorning DeBonis: June 18, 2010

  • He gets drunk, he gets a woman over there, he pistol-whips them and worse, and so, the sad thing about the Clarkson case, the Lana Clarkson case, is that Phil went too far.

    CNN Transcript Apr 28, 2007

  • He then pistol-whips a newspaper reporter and escapes in his car.

    CNN Transcript Mar 11, 2005

  • When Don Bryant doesn't agree to do that, he pistol-whips him and he take off in his green Accord.

    CNN Transcript Mar 12, 2005

  • Rocco drives to Milwaukee and pistol-whips recalcitrant pimps.

    American Tabloid

  • My flashlight beam froze a fawn and her mother, cracking their pistol-whips.


  • Also in this issue: Choopie pistol-whips Karl the Mothman into taking him to the Old West to settle a not-so-old score … featuring art by MATT WIERINGO and CHRISTIAN LEAF!

    Major Spoilers


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