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Obama should fight and get nasty if needed, and if the citizens are DUMB ENOUGH to believe this uncrafted PITBULL WITH LIPSTICK, than let them suffer with the REPUBLICANS.
You see, Karen Sandler and Mike Tarantino, who live in New York, are friends with a graphic designer, who couldn't let the musical couple's upcoming nuptials go uncrafted.
Thestar.com - Home Page Elizabeth Haggarty 2011
But it is a mistake to argue that the uncrafted is somehow more authentic.
The Corner 2009
This was supposed to be it’s own entry, but it’s been steeping in my brain for a month and hasn’t been written, so here it is, distilled into a rather uncrafted paragraph.
madrigle Diary Entry madrigle 2006
I always say if I'm not good at something it's just because I've not had time to focus on it ... it's just uncrafted, like a slab of rock that contains the statue of David within it. "
Film | guardian.co.uk Simon Hattenstone 2009