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  • n. Plural form of shitpile.

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Examples

  • For me, the ideal scenario would be for Dems to craft the right proposal, focusing on helping people facing foreclosure, the bottom up way to make the banks 'shitpiles stink less, and on providing needed infusions of cash through equity so the government can profit it and when the economy returns.

    Obama Edging Into More Active Role On Crisis

  • So here I am at class looking at the week ahead of me and grimacing at the shitpiles of work I have to get done.

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  • That baby is moving shitpiles of facial muscles in order to make that expression.

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  • And the shitkeepers in control of AIG allowed their exposure to other people's shitpiles to grow so large that there was no one left to de-odorize.

    Dealbreaker

  • What does this have to do with Steele and Craputo, a pair of talking shitpiles, and their discussion, nimrod?

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  • What does this have to do with Steele and Craputo, a pair of talking shitpiles, and their discussion, nimrod? osage Says:

    Think Progress

  • The mortgage meltdown, Iraq, budget deficits, and the oncoming recession all stem from this problem, but fixing only the crisis du jour, ignores the elephant in the room that ensures more shitpiles to clean up - the political crisis.

    Corrente

  • Lohan's an adult now and needs to step in her own shitpiles and learn to wipe the stuff from her own shoe.

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  • On the other hand, the GOP does have a knack for making sandwiches out of shitpiles, and no doubt they'll find a way to do it here.

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  • Lo is a hedge fund advisor and "quant" who studies systemic market risk & believes the risk of creating more and bigger shitpiles can be managed by-yep!

    Baltimore City Paper

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