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Along the way we meet members of the family, most of who tolerate Matt out of fear that El Patrón will punish them or, worse, turn them into one of the "eejits" that work the opium fields.
On November 28th 2009, ash wrote: open your eyes eejits!!!
Best of all, though, were the cleaners, porters, and ancillary staff, those poor eejits who did the worst jobs for the lowest wages, and were usually guaranteed to lay their hands on any information you wanted, for a small fee.
The Priest Gerard O’Donovan 2011
What most quickly comes to mind are the posts in the previous McDonnell story from the eejits and braintrusts that felt empowered by his proclamation to assert that the civil war had NOTHING to do with slavery!
If these eejits would look beyond their next move, they should realize that it is NOT going to go over well to even ATTEMPT to overturn a law that would allow somebody's child to have medical coverage.
That means being open to the new – but it also means being proud of who we really are, which is a daft bunch of eejits.
Surely the eejits right to free speech was entirely upheld.
Armenia: It's a terrible thing to say, but this is actually the best so far - she can sing, it's visually interesting and even the "three gyrating eejits" are rather good.
Answers to the previous quiz feorag 2008
Birmingham have signed a lot of players this summer. they are on an upward curve just as Liverpool continue to tread water under those two warring eejits in the boardroom.
Ironically, the fact that you claim Climate Change Science as being unassailable, while assailing it, and missing the whole point and value of peer review that has made the IPCC look like eejits, I think escapes you, and like Jacobson, I find your conclusions brilliantly funny!