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  • People have always lied about their income or paid specialist accountants to produce the necessary documents to obsfucate an obviously false claim.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Why is it that politicians are allowed to obsfucate meaning so readily and journalists so happily help to parrot their obsfucation?

    Brown's tax rise promise needs to be tackled before it is too late

  • I guess I just get my panties in a bunch when I see people spending time on hoaxes because all that crap does is obsfucate the REAL which to me means "authentic" phenomena from being explored.

    Posthuman Blues

  • "I guess I just get my panties in a bunch when I see people spending time on hoaxes because all that crap does is obsfucate the REAL which to me means "authentic" phenomena from being explored."

    Posthuman Blues

  • All efforts now seem to be to obsfucate and hide the data, and to denigrate anyone who challenges their opinions.

    Karl and Hansen Condemn Poor USHCN Metadata « Climate Audit

  • Geez, sounds like move-in week here undergrad's need not obsfucate; UT of Knoxville.

    The dog days of summer.

  • There is an elaborate institutional structure in place to obsfucate the true nature of these transactions.

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  • You miss the mark entirely and obsfucate well. the size and complexity of Oregon government grows at an astounding rate.

    BlueOregon

  • You miss the mark entirely and obsfucate well. the size and complexity of Oregon government grows at an astounding rate.

    BlueOregon

  • There is an elaborate institutional structure in place to obsfucate the true nature of these transactions.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

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  • See obfuscate.

    July 2, 2009