But then hiding behind a computer to spout off
is never big or very clever.
They'll also spout off
a load of claptrap about how they have a better "understanding", of what it's like to be dirt poor and starving.
The anti-lease community also likes to spout off
about how leasing doesn't take advantage of favorable interests rates that taking out a loan can do.
How can any of us possibly understand that it isn't okay to spout off
racist remarks anywhere?
IT'S all very well for David Cameron to spout off
about how we should all remember the values of Jesus Christ at Easter.
It's amazing the way people will spout off
these fake statistics that men think about sex nearly constantly and so much more often than women do.
One thing that doesn't come out in your article - but then it seems whenever and wherever Conservative controlled WCC and Conservative Councillor Tilly May spout off
about this, they forget to mention it - is that it cost pounds 110,000 of taxpayers' money to build.
It makes my blood boil when people spout off
about things they know nothing about.
Committees, in my experience, are talking shops where people can spout off
about something they know very little about.
I never tell anyone that Fag Ash Lil was my ex, so why does she spout off
into print again?
Dear Editor, David Cameron can spout off
all he likes about how wonderful his party is, but I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him.
IT WAS laughable to hear Paul Allott, the so-called Sky cricket expert, spout off
about the omission of Ian Bell from the Bears side who played Hampshire in the recent Friends Provident semi-final.
Funny how all those folks who regularly spout off
about how they hate taxes of all kinds are falling all over themselves in support of the plan to prop up Fish & Game with General Fund support.
Whenever someone wants to hear a candidate spout off
his/her beliefs, or try to figure out who is right and who is wrong regarding certain measures, they can tune in to the Political Channel.
Thanks to the listeners of Progressive Radio and Progressive Point of View, and to the forty stations that carry us, and to the talented engineers at Audio for the Arts, who record me as I spout off