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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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And, in the play's dying moments, Jones spoonfeeds Miss Daisy with Thanksgving pie with the tender concern of a man similarly blasted with antiquity.
Someone spoonfeeds Krugman a line of attack, he prints it, then they tout his quotes.
This report, as farcical as it is, is also being misrepresented today to the masses and as has come to be expected, whatever the lamestream media spoonfeeds them, they swallow.
The system is broke but it cannot begin to be fixed until we stop believing in the candidates the media spoonfeeds us or the two-party dictatorship we are bred from birth to believe in. by
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If you enjoy horrific poverty, revolting sanitary conditions, the inability to say ANYTHING negative about your government without fear for your life, and media that spoonfeeds you only what your government wants you to think and feel, then it may well be the paradise you have dreamed of.
You should see the latest PerSec awareness video the army spoonfeeds you these days.
: Whenever Bob publishes he doesn't just provide the usual journalism approach of a titillating headline and spoonfeeds you a thirty second elevator pitch but instead makes you look at something from a totally different perspective.
- Bill Spooner spoonfeeds the Cavs a Mo Williams three after Hedo steps over the line on an in-bounds pass.
In front of each mission briefing, your commanding officer spoonfeeds you the storyline to the game, but ultimately each mission is about the destruction of your enemies and the dominion over all.
Don't believe ANYTHING that the mass media spoonfeeds you!
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