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skipvia commented on the word whack job
"In convo with Playbook, a top McCain adviser one-ups the priceless 'diva' description, calling her (Palin) 'a whack job.'"
-Mike Allen's Playbook, Politico.com.
I'm not even going to list "convo." That term deserves to die.
October 28, 2008
reesetee commented on the word whack job
A common epithet around here. :-)
October 29, 2008
noisymark commented on the word whack job
otherwise known as "bashing the bishop"
dontcry commented on the word whack job
Uh...I think that's different. No? A whack job is what somebody is. Bishop bashing is what somebody does... I think.
chained_bear commented on the word whack job
I think you're right, dc. Also, I've never heard it called bashing the bishop; I think it's choking the bishop.
"Bashing" just sounds painful.
How weird/apropos is it that this conversation is occurring on a page that began with something about Palin? (Skip, I think you're right about "convo" too. Die! Die!)
yarb commented on the word whack job
Yes. One can whack off or bash one off, but that wouldn't be a whack job.
Choke, bash, hang, impail...I'm guessing it's all a matter of personal preference.
*definitely not having bishop-envy right now*
*loves that this began with Palin*
*bets Palin is having bishop-envy right now*
Even though I think you mean "impale," dc, there has got to be a joke about impale and Palin in here somewhere...
bilby commented on the word whack job
Convo? It's a tall building made of trucks.
Yike! my spelin's giten worser....
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