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dreck

(drɛk)
n. dirt; garbage; feces. (From German via Yiddish.) I’ve had enough of this dreck around here. Clean it up, or I’m leaving.
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One hoped for high-low fun like, say, socialite fridge magnets or Liz flasks, only to find dreck like a $35 Andy doll with Cabbage Patch--like face and Campbell's T-shirt and icky Planet Hollywood--esque neckties.
In addition to some fine rare paintings, there are countless numbers of 18th- and 19th-century dreck and kitsch - a seemingly limitless appetite for paintings of ducks, spotted-billed pelicans and dreary French landscapes.
The popular press, while acknowledging that at least some serious work was being done, generally described art in the East Village as mired in the low-end, its scope ranging from "pure kitsch to solid substance," "nitwit realism to Minimalist abstraction," or "excellent art next to dreck.
DAVID ROSS (DIRECTOR, WHITNEY MUSEUM): For me it's very encouraging that the Internet is such an accurate reflection of the world, in that it's mostly dreck.
And the punishment doesn't end there, with anyone who hands over good money to watch this dreck also likely to feel the pain.
Also, whoever made this dreck is apparently the only person left on the planet who thinks Martin is still funny.
Amazingly, this dreck was put together by Jared Hess, the man behind the 2004 hit Napoleon Dynamite.
There are enough shots of the chesty model in her bikini to keep adolescent boys happy, but somewhere along the way the makers of this dreck forgot to include anything resembling tension or believability.
And while the scenes of animals stuck in a lab may upset some, that's nothing compared to the sight of Danny Glover and Robert Downey Jr appearing in this dreck.
They are joined by other newcomers such as flava, music with a Caribbean taste; phat as in good, not overweight; and dreck, something of poor quality.
If anything, it manages to be even less interesting, thrilling, scary or believable than the first sorry mess that must have done just about well enough for them to churn out this dreck.
You have to wonder what two such talented actors are doing in this dreck.
The Donald" could trump that dreck, and he has creepy company; there isn't an original thinker among the lot, it's just the American Legislative Exchange Council and the John Hay Initiative.
I spent much time reading all sorts of Cold War spy novels and thrillers; not unrealistic dreck like Robert Ludlum's Bourne trilogy but rather excellent tomes from the likes of Martin Cruz Smith, Bill Granger, and J.
For those of us who aren't enamoured with the special art of taking self- portraits, opening any social network today means wading through the unending vacuous dreck of other people's lives and faces.