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  • In “The Sneetches,” McBean departs with all the sneetches 'money, convinced that the creatures will never learn anything.

    This One Was That One or That One Was This One

  • All I know is the star-bellied sneetches are making things intolerably uncomfortable for us non-star-bellied sneetches and such and such.

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  • Stories like this put the lie to any claim that African-American participation in big law firms is hindered by racism; if anything, law firms are forced by this socially-accepted racism to compete against one another to recruit and retain the few African-American attorneys out there, because clients apparently value the sneetches with the stars on their bellies more than sneetches who are merely the best lawyers, and shareholders tolerate this dissipation of value.

    Finding Balance

  • That's a big reason I'm averse to using my real name and should be more careful with my real image because I don't want any trouble with Ypsi/Arbor sneetches.

    troll alert

  • I'm thinking he's confusing our nation's mothers with Dr. Seuss' sneetches sp?

    I Just Threw Up in My Mouth

  • Didn't the sneetches have something to do with leeches?

    I Just Threw Up in My Mouth

  • It's not enough for the meek to inherit the earth; they need to look down and see all the bare-bellied sneetches suffering, while they themselves urinate on them from on high.

    not with a bang but a whimper

  • Roland, clutching the rose in his bleeding right hand, rolled onto his back, raised his gun, and waited for the sneetches to make their turn.

    The Dark Tower

  • The Old King threw four more sneetches, and Roland took care of them all with calm ease.

    The Dark Tower

  • There, about six feet above the cartons that held the few remaining sneetches (the old lunatic had had no other weapons after all, it seemed), he saw two red eyes, floating in the darkening air, looking down at him witfi eternal hatred.

    The Dark Tower

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