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Brooks says few blue starers "could name even five NASCAR drivers"; but as reporter Sasha Issenberg noted in Philadelphia magazine, three of the five top markets for the Winston Cup are in blue states.
And DeLay has no intention of extending a helping hand to Blue Starers.
We can all remember the loiterers and loungers, the vulgar starers, the gaping idlers, we used to meet there .
Free Starers are determined to work within the political system to reduce the size and scope of government.
A similar fate for the Free Starers seems likely-perhaps--some significant moves in tax and service cutting in New Hampshire, but a fully libertarian society stillborn under the watchful eye of federal tyranny.
While the European-minded know-it-alls of Blueland waited only a short time after 9/11 to commence blaming America for the tragedy, the story goes, sturdy Red starers stepped forward unhesitatingly to serve their country one more time.
Starers and starees were linked via a video set-up similar to that used by Williams (1983).
Rockets (0-4) update: Houston turned over three of five starers - everyone but Charles Barkley and Hakeem Olajuwon - and it's shown on the court.
Neither did the Big Bangers nor Steady Starers of this century.
When we started reading the starers decided they needed to see the text, so collectively shuffled round to be able to peer over our shoulders and look at the book, even though it was quite foreign to them.
How they appear, how they seem, whether their shirttail might be hanging out their fly, whether there's maybe lipstick on their teeth, whether the people they're ogling can maybe size them up as somehow creepy, lurkers and starers.