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  • By the way I know about the term pitbull with lipstick but have you ever heard of the term FOOL'S GOLD?

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  • John-Paul Massey was attacked by the "pitbull" - type animal at his grandmother's house in Liverpool in the early hours of Monday.

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  • John-Paul Massey was attacked by the "pitbull" - type animal at his grandmother's house in Liverpool in the early hours of Monday.

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  • Plus, if the only difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull is (the cost of?) lipstick, then I’m wondering just how much Mrs. Palin thinks it costs to take care of a pitbull. $150,000 a month seems like a pretty high bar to owning a pitbull if you ask me so maybe there are some other differences between a hockey mom and a pitbull that Mrs. Palin forgot to mention. — charles laffiteau

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  • The only thing distinguishing her from a pitbull is a pitbull has less whiskers.

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  • "The only difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull is the lipstick"

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  • Bryan: It's funny … the pitbull is a bit racist, considering that Obammy's homies tend to favor such ...

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  • Bryan: It's funny … the pitbull is a bit racist, considering that Obammy's homies tend to favor such ...

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  • It revealed her nickname as "pitbull" and said she was "charming and easy going with a lightning-quick temper."

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  • It revealed her nickname as "pitbull" and said she was "charming and easy going with a lightning-quick temper."

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  • A tough and relentless fighter. As a metaphor it is most often employed in the political arena.

    Pit bulls have a reputation, long held and recently exaggerated, as fighting dogs of “rare courage.�? Despite dog lovers’ and breeders’ protestations that no breed is inherently vicious and that it is individual dogs who are “trained�? to be so, pit bulls are widely considered singularly dangerous dogs.

    July 27, 2009