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  • No matter how simplistic the original experiments were, tt's unforgiveably derivative to repeat them, and I don't think they would help anyone in the repeating, because the freshness of doing something you came up with yourself is gone.

    Peter Straub's A Dark Matter

  • ▶ As France's grimly satisfying exit from the World Cup became official, ITV unforgiveably cut away to an advert in the middle of the post-match argument between the French and South African coaches, after the former refused to shake the latter's hand.

    Tim Dowling's World Cup diary

  • Instead, they play linguistic beggar thy neighbor, and we are to beg their pardon that we have, somehow, unforgiveably, inserted our foot under their heel.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Beg the Question”

  • This could have been a truly great show, but it squandered its chances on the whole and the ending was unforgiveably trite.

    Battlestar Galactica: Watched The Finale? Still Got Questions? We’ve Got Answers!

  • This isn't rocket science, folks, and that ad isn't particularly odious in tone (although it is unforgiveably false).

    CT-05: GOPer Johnson Coins New Term: "Ned Lamont Liberal"

  • Shamefully and unforgiveably, Zuroff fails to mention once in his article Latvia's experience of Stalinist terror.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • November Omikuji, unforgiveably late, is going out today.

    The Day in Question

  • The other sad I have is for Troy Kennedy Martin, whose death yesterday seems to have gone almost completely unremarked, particularly and unforgiveably by the BBC, who have been giving heavy - and well-deserved - coverage to Brian Barron's passing and his career and not, so far as I can see, mentioned Kennedy Martin at all today.

    September 17th, 2009

  • Suicide, especially when you have children - babies - is unforgiveably selfish.

    The suicide's baby commits suicide (at the age of 47).

  • Unfortunately, all of the great bits that would have made this movie passable, if not really good, were washed away by some unforgiveably awful parts.

    Giving Ghostbusters II a second chance

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