rant about (something)

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rant about (something)

To speak angrily, forcefully, and at great length about something. I hate going to my friend's house because his husband always rants about politics at me. I stopped paying attention as soon as he started ranting about being more fiscally responsible.
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rant (at someone) about someone or something

to talk in a loud, violent way, about someone or something. Anne ranted about the bad service she had received at the store. On the bus, someone was ranting at me about the end of the world.
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ANDERS BREIVIK is an extensive blogger whose online rants about politics expose him as a Nazi sympathiser.
It's got some well thought out treatises on the state of skating, some political rants about GW, but also some ranting about local politics that droned for a bit and didn't mean much to me.
It's rounded out with some interviews (BJ Morrill, Stacy Lowery, and a band called Useless Wooden Toys), some top 10s, rants about the book Ishmael (a great book, by the way, on organized religion and the environment/state of the world) and punk rock, and a few other tidbits (crossword puzzle!).