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hooey

hooh ee

  • n  senseless talk

  • With respect to the cooperation with the Iranian government, that's just left-wing hooey.
  • Experts often dismiss such claims as hooey at best, blame ducking at worst, but there may be more to it than that.
  • But the Marqus disappears from her book until the final chapter, where Scotti lays out Decker's account and then details the reasons why it's probably hooey.
News & Articles

  • Pop neuroscience is bunk!
    The media -- and some scientists -- use brain imaging to explain law, politics, even theology. It's often hooey        
    June 8, 2013 - Salon.com
Quotes

  • Oscar Goodman in New York Times
    There's an impression out there,Mr. Goodman said, "that somehow if you come to Las Vegas, it's going to reflect on your business culture, and that'sa bunch of hooey."
  • Jeb Bush in WFLA
    The Oedipal rivalry is high-grade, unadulterated hooey,former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told The Washington Times.

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