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  • It has nothing to do with opinion of the article, and everything to with the repetitous posting.

    Obama: Let's End "Divisive Politics And Tit-For-Tat"

  • Finally Goldie sucked major ass and I do not intend on ever seeing him again; I expect good music which I got, but not the repetitous crap that was every single record he spun.

    plastickman Diary Entry

  • Almost a repeat of the constant repetitous giggling sexual references about teabagging she engaged in with her buddy from Playboy.

    Crooks and Liars

  • His enthusiastic and repetitous use of "Flat World" was tiresome.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • One of Miranda July's funniest affectations in her performance/digital art is her tendency to use pre-recorded crowd cheering to punctuate her lines or do her own repetitous call/response with a lowered voice creating her own sycophant lover.

    Film Experience Blog

  • For years, I have found pleasure and insight in your writings about guns and hunting, but you're really NOT obliged to write so voluminously about politics, especially since it's of no real purpose to your readers (being repetitous as it is, of your/NRA's basic unending stances.

    So Who Knows?


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  • You (can't) say that again.

    July 25, 2008