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  • n. Plural form of poindexter.


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  • Notice the critical quotes are from think tank poindexters who havent worked for 20 years.

    Obama, Medvedev sign START treaty

  • So it is patently ridiculous to assume she was drinking vodka while filming the ludicrous pap which serves as an entertainment vehicle for poindexters of the liberal persuasion.

    What was Althouse drinking?

  • The quirky fun specs were somewhat reminiscent of a pair of poindexters, but the rims screamed out in a pop-inspired fire-engine red!

    Sunglasses…cool, colorful, casual! Out of the shade, into spotlight! « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture

  • And we'll be talking the weekend politics with a pair of political poindexters.

    CNN Transcript Mar 21, 2008

  • It's likely that there are other pitfalls and holes in my theory, technical or social, but I'm sure the poindexters at the big G can allocate enough of their pulsing grey matter to the problem to prevent griefing.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • As part of my continuing efforts to connect with other poindexters located in the Midwestern United States, I have bravely ventured out alone to at least one of the

    Gamasutra Feature Articles

  • When Mr. W. was at HUD right after 9 / 11, some poindexters in NJ, I think it was, refused to allow Muslims in low-income housing to have a mourning service for relatives lost in the towers -- didn't want to run afoul of regs preventing establishment of religion, as this was gov't property.

    Wheat & Weeds

  • Come on young reds and greens dont let poindexters like Laine get the better of ye! that was a town council, er what that other guy

  • But are presents really as much of a waste as the poindexters would have us believe?

  • Like you, dear readers, I'm shocked a campaign stocked with poindexters like this guy didn't win.



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