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- verb Present participle of
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Yes the Bottler has scuttled out of his bunker, or had a lackey issue a statement before scutting back inside:
So I started work last night on a story that's been sort of scutting around in my hindbrain for a month or so, and it's doing that "well, I'm not sure what form I want to take yet but I'll keep talking so long as you keep typing" thing (or grafitti'ing, in this case).
Down and dirty realism wins the day, not trashing progressives and Obama smiley face stickers on global warming, stolen elections, money cow oil wars for the elites, a perfect storm of financial chaos racing to America's second Depression, religious fanatics scutting around Washington like cockroaches, and the annihilation of America's ... quot; middle class "(just elites and human cattle -- that's the pug holy grail),