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As I stumbled/staggered into the hallway to escape the cloud of toxic fumes, the dog followed, further adding to the heavy, slow-to-disperse, sulfurous wave that swept down the hall and into all the bedrooms to envelop the sleeping occupants in an airborne stinkbomb.
While Pandora may be spinning its yarns while it still has yet to bring to market its top-tier on-demand premium streaming option, iHeartRadio has beaten this Silicon Valley stinkbomb already.
Stinkbomb and Ketchup-Face and the Badness of Badgers
Capture Mourinho, who hammed up the humility as Real Madrid knocked out United in last season's Champions League - when Rooney was benched by Sir Alex Ferguson, letting off a transfer stinkbomb which will linger until the September 2 deadline.
The vote on this stinkbomb will be a congressional sobriety test.
NOW THAT THE EFFLUVIUM from former high-flying lobbyist Jack Abramoff's stinkbomb is starting to disseminate through the chambers on Capitol Hill, it is going to be interesting to see how long it takes Congress to get around to passing legislation of importance to the nation, not to mention the life insurance business.