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The gesture seemed to go down well with most of Bolling's colleagues, who chortled appreciatively at his lampoonery and played video of what they felt were stupid protesters in the movement.
What you're writing is factual nonsense, and you don't seem to have any interest in improving your knowledge about this subject, and as a result, you are a suitable object of lampoonery.
Â Jonni DC is now a Black Lantern, and is no help at all, and much lampoonery of DC, the comics industry, big crossovers and Dan Didio ensue, some of it pointless, some of it merciless.
"He was fantastic for me for two years at Wigan and we've got a fantastic deal," concluded Bruce, who may have a point: since leaving Newcastle Bramble has shown admirable mental fortitude to overcome the lampoonery that sticks to him like doggie-doo on a shoe and become a highly reliable defender.
In 1989, Yankovic tried to expand his multimedia lampoonery to film, cowriting and starring in UHF , the story of a low-wattage, lowbrow TV station that broadcasts such gonzo shows as Conan the Librarian and Wheel of Fish .
Whether whipped up in the busy back room of The Daily Show, or laid down in a quiet recording studio out west, or simply cobbled together by some renegade smart aleck with a turbo-charged laptop (and, perhaps, a little too much time on his hands), these were the video moments that defined Campaign '08 -- from the sublime artistry of those musical mash-ups, to the landmark lampoonery of Tina Fey's Sarah Palin.
In this tryptic, I find the lampoonery of the physical deformation inherent to both the slight-statured, fat-footed Frodo and the EPO-swilling, peglegged pirate in the first 2 images to be apt signifiers of his poorly cobbled performances and subsequent attempts at mea culpa.
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B3ta used to be full of politcal lampoonery in the old days (when all this was fields) and it goes without saying that it was all the better for it
About the Novel • Bulgakov progressively integrates these threads, while "exercising devilish lampoonery and wit to satirize Soviet life under Stalin" (Sonne 2005).
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