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Steve Stockman Violates House Rules With Tweet
ComplicitNoMore On the old classic TV sitcom the Andy Griffith Show, a character named
used to react humorously to obvious situations by uttering the words, “Surprise,...
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Paul Rolly: The Max Hall issue: It’s not black an...
I hate you all, Waa, Waa, Waa." BYU fans ripped me, basically dubbing me the dumbest person since
. U. fans thought I was a literary genius, comparable to Mark Twain and Will Rogers. My...
Read more at The Salt Lake Tribune
... going to be there. You only got so many people going to dress up like Floyd the Barber or
and walk down Main Street. Kids my age are leaving the city because there’s nothing...
Read more at The New Yorker
Law enforcement sent Rice video to NFL exec month...
... 10, 2014 5:06 PM I can’t wait to see the show “Who wants to be an NFL commissioner?”
would say “Surprise, surprise, surprise! “. GOOOODBYE GOODELL!!!! Good Bye...
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KNIGHT: The source of civility
... Charlotte breaks down in Mayberry, where Sheriff Andy Taylor, Deputy Barney Fife, Aunt Bea and
astound him with their slow pace of life. If you’ve ever gone on vacation only to find...
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Spoiler alert! Don’t read this if you don’t want ...
... surprise, surprise” was a big catchphrase used by TV character
, of The Andy Griffith Show, in the 1960s. But if Gomer was watching TV recently and tweeting live to “The...
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The Good Wife
Weekend TV Is Getting Started a Little Early
... as a problem. "My problem is: No more problems.") But young Jerry Lewis, adorable. After
and Dobie Gillis, he was my favorite as a child. ...Yep, not lookin' at that lineup for...
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