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  • n. Plural form of vermin.


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  • Alternatively - because, while not the cleverest, your modest author is not totally devoid of sense - would it not be easier and more comprehensive to abolish the vermins 'totally illusory tool of finance once and for all and in so doing return the world to sanity and the planet to health?

    Let's learn something from the birds

  • And as you see once again ‘the self-elite’ and ‘their media’ with coldly-calculated mentally-jazzing razzmatazz are parading before you only their choice of ever more venal and corrupted smirking and posturing apes to be your bell-wether ‘leaders’ to further mad excess to put our populations and our armies at the disposal of the international vermins 'interests of constant war and insatiable acquisition ...

    Migraine, asthma and . . .

  • Reply: if you feel they are vermins don't go to them

    Death by vomiting on ER Floor; Murder Weapon: Denial of Universal Health Insurance

  • If you feel that doctors are blood sucking profit oriented vermins, then don't go to them.

    Death by vomiting on ER Floor; Murder Weapon: Denial of Universal Health Insurance

  • The only reason WTC will not be build back to what it was is because that would waste a valuable opportunity for all the vermins crawling under the tent of the War on Terror to justify all that is rotten around them, from a massive mistake like this war or shameless economical exploitation or less evident – but equaly harming – personality, intelligence and civility issues.

    Do not build that. Not there. « BuzzMachine

  • Oops, and muslims too should be personally offended by these vermins.

    Creationist amorality - The Panda's Thumb

  • Sure, they don't compare them to vermins and rats, but they clearly want to exterminate the Jews as much as Himmler.

    Archive 2004-04-01

  • It seems to have been a special nest of these vermins, and the slopes were alive with them, all writhing in our direction, for it is a peculiarity of the Jaracaca that he will always attack man at first sight.

    The Lost World

  • On being cautioned as to the risk he ran in sleeping in the same room with a young rattlesnake, he quietly replied: "Yes, I know the vermins never go to sleep; but I always do with one eye open and my" bowie "for a bed-fellow."

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • It is the second nature of all such canines to pursue vermins, nor are they at all capable of comprehending the Why and Wherefore of a shocking flagellation.

    Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.


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