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Bill Walsh
Washington Post copy editor and author of Lapsing Into a Comma, The Elephants of Style and Yes, I Could Care Less. (See also .)
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Josh Barro 22m
This is a weird name for a cherry producer. Like, you can see other orchards from their orchard?
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Bill Walsh 27m
Yes. [T]orture the ... quote until it ... confess[es].
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Bill Walsh 1h
Off today? Then you'll have plenty of time to submit questions for Tuesday's Grammar Geekery chat!
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Bill Walsh 16h
Also STILL can't get underwear dislodged from butt crack.
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Bill Walsh 17h
I knew about Nadal's loss, but then what else happened?
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Bill Walsh 17h
"Paddle rackets!" is now an exclamation used by men of my age unhappy with the temperature of our soup.
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Bill Walsh 18h
That's like the most electric name ever, short of Thomas Alva Edison Rickenbacker.
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Bill Walsh 19h
There's Kedzie, of course.
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Bill Walsh 19h
You knew they'd eventually run out of real names.
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Bill Walsh Jul 2
My bike's seat post is inordinately interested in saving me 15 percent or more on car insurance.
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Bill Walsh Jul 2
Sports lingo is sports lingo.
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
BREAKING: Joe's run off to Fire Lake.
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
Could be less a matter of confusion than of being a giant smart-ass.
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
Potatoes combined with ketchup might be worth a try, but potatoes resembling ketchup ...
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
Unless, of course, someone is specifically asking how many you mashed.
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
Yes, "how much mashed potatoes," though if they're like ketchup I think is doin it wrong.
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
I forget: Which one was Grexit?
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
Firing back can backfire.
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Bill Walsh Jul 1
DAAAY-VEEEY!
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Bill Walsh Jun 30
Maybe it's the low blood sugar talking, but I'm not sure "Mickey D's" is appropriate in a news story.
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