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Cable political TV, apart from MSNBC (which fired Phil Donahue in 2003 for presenting both sides of Bush's fabricated drive to invade Iraq) is a race between the wildly hysterical Beck-types and Bill O'Reilly pantingly trying to out-do Beck, even though O'Reilly knows better.
Because cheap print depended on impulse buys in public places, writers evolved a language of heavy-breathing euphemism that did the job without recourse to actionable words or images, as in George Thompson's proto-bodice ripper The Delights of Love: "'Be my Adonis!' murmured the lady libertine, as she pantingly sank into the arms of the eager youth, who whispered, as he pressed her yielding form to his wildly throbbing heart--'I am yours, my Venus!'"
At moments like these, you realize this is not a film protesting American totalitarianism; it's one that eagerly, pantingly, desires it.
Give it to me: She clutched hold of the mask and breathed short and deeps pantingly, making the respirator click.
Louisans, however, are pantingly eager to take part in events--look how many people travel long distances to get drunk during the Soulard Mardi Gras (the Post story matching zip codes with miscreants was superior) or who battled to find enjoyment during New Year's Eve in Forest Park, an evening when I felt extremely sorry for River City and its great talent for shooting itself in the foot.
In the early morning you may see a man pantingly chased out of the city by another man with a naked sword.