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  •  Good grief. Mentally trying to say "initial" and (1+ / 0-)
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    mattc129

    "inaugural" at the same time gets you "innigural".

    This is a terrible unfounded accusation to throw at this woman in a Kos diary.

    Newscasters goof up and profane or embarrassing words come out all the time (that they do NOT intend to say)

    "Privatize to Profitize" explains every single Republican economic, social and governing philosophy. Take every taxpayer dollar from defense, education, health care, public lands, retirement - privatize it, and profit from it.

    by mumtaznepal on Sat Jan 19, 2013 at 04:38:30 PM PST

    •  Then they ought to get other jobs. (1+ / 0-)
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      Horace Boothroyd III

      I have said the word "inauguration" tens of thousands of times in my life, and it has never, ever, not once, ever come out "inniggeration."

      Never.

      Faux Fascist Noise or any of its puppet affiliates deserve NO benefit of the doubt whatsoever.

      •  Oh please. I guess let's just all stop speaking (3+ / 0-)

        You don't think a college professor has ever messed up language and said something profane? Or what about voiceover talent for commercials and audiobooks?

        The only difference in this case, albeit a big one, is news reporters are public figures who are always being recorded. So then their speech mistakes get put on YouTube for opportunists to criticize.

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